Neodymium Sphere - Diameter 10mm N40

Product code: 61054

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Neodymium Sphere - Diameter 10mm N40

Product Code 61054
Pull Force* 1.76 kg
Weight 30 gm
Style Rare Earth Sphere Magnet
Coating Nickel (NiCuNi)
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised (top to bottom) thru 10mm thickness.
Dimensions Diameter:10mm

Product Description:

This rare earth sphere magnet have a diameter of 10mm. It is identified by AMF Magnet part number 61054.

Uses for our Rare Earth Sphere Magnets:

Spherical magnets have a north and a south pole and are attracted to iron, cobalt, nickel and other ferromagnetic materials, as well as other magnets. Their spherical shape enables them to be used for special uses that other magnets aren't designed for. Sphere magnets are an easy way to make non-magnetic objects magnetic. Adhere a sphere magnet into a polymer clay figure and make a refrigerator magnet or glue a few to the corners of a small whiteboard and you have a refrigerator board, great for making grocery lists and other notes. Glue two to opposite ends of a necklace and you have a magnetic clasp that is much easier to remove than one made with flat magnets. For a chain holder, hang a string of neodymium magnets from an iron nail in the wall. Store your keys and other small metal objects on the end of the string of magnets.

IMPORTANT: These sphere magnets are a swallowing hazard and are not suitable for children.

Neodymium Sphere - Diameter 10mm N40 (61054)

Product Description:

This rare earth sphere magnet have a diameter of 10mm. It is identified by AMF Magnet part number 61054.

Uses for our Rare Earth Sphere Magnets:

Spherical magnets have a north and a south pole and are attracted to iron, cobalt, nickel and other ferromagnetic materials, as well as other magnets. Their spherical shape enables them to be used for special uses that other magnets aren't designed for. Sphere magnets are an easy way to make non-magnetic objects magnetic. Adhere a sphere magnet into a polymer clay figure and make a refrigerator magnet or glue a few to the corners of a small whiteboard and you have a refrigerator board, great for making grocery lists and other notes. Glue two to opposite ends of a necklace and you have a magnetic clasp that is much easier to remove than one made with flat magnets. For a chain holder, hang a string of neodymium magnets from an iron nail in the wall. Store your keys and other small metal objects on the end of the string of magnets.

IMPORTANT: These sphere magnets are a swallowing hazard and are not suitable for children.

Neodymium Sphere - Diameter 10mm N40 (61054)