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Rare Earth Magnets (Neodymium)

Neodymium Magnets: Powerful magnets for a wide range of purposes!

Neodymium magnets, also called Rare Earth Magnets, are commonly utilized for mechanical and industrial applications where a very strong magnet is required. Their impressive size to strength ratio, as well as their good resistance to temperature fluctuations make them the preferred magnets in the mining, construction, printing and designing fields.

You can find Neodymium magnets in electrical generators: the size and strength of the magnet determines the efficiency of a generator.

Rare Earth magnets are also prevalent in medical equipment: small Neodymium magnets are used to maintain dental implants and prostheses, and very large magnets are employed in MRI scanners. They are also the first choice magnets for vehicle ABS sensors.

Last but not least: Did you know that The NASA uses Neodymium magnets for collecting dust on the Mars Exploration Rovers?

Looking for the strongest of permanent magnets?

Make no mistake: even the tiniest Neodymium magnet can hold incredible weights! Their powerful magnetic field is far superior to Ferrite or Alnico magnets! Moreover, these permanent magnets utilize several protective coatings (Nickel, Phosphorus, or Zinc) that give them a very reasonable resistance to corrosion. That is why Neodymium magnets are the premium choice in the engineering and manufacturing industries.

Rare Earth magnets are very brittle and hard. They are manufactured using the powder metallurgical method and their chemical composition is Nd2Fe14B.

Our High strength Neodymium magnets come in various shapes, sizes and grades that can be adapted to almost any technical application. Check out our diverse range: We stock Rare Earth magnets in Discs, Blocks, Cylinders, Rings, Pots and Spheres. Some have a self-adhesive backing, others are rubber-coated to protect both their own and other surfaces.

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Rare Earth (Neodymium) Block Magnets


Neodymium (Rare Earth) Block Magnets are the most powerful permanent magnets available. We offer a wide range in varying dimensions and grades that suit many industrial and mechanical applications.

Rare Earth (Neodymium) Disc Magnets


Neodymium (Rare Earth) Disc magnets come in a large range of diameters and are extremely powerful. These versatile permanent magnets are widely used, from technology and engineering applications, to school science experiments.

Rare Earth (Neodymium) Holding Pot Magnets


Neodymium (Rare Earth) Holding Pots are high strength magnets that are more resistant to damage by temperature and chemicals due to their mild steel protective cover. Pot magnets are an effective solution for attaching and suspending objects in small places.

Rare Earth (Neodymium) Ring Magnets


Neodymium (Rare Earth) Ring magnets are disc magnets with a non-threaded hole in the center. These versatile magnets are used in joinery, MRI Scans, shop-fitting, hydraulic cylinders, torque drives and in general mechanical applications.

Self Adhesive Rare Earth (Neodymium) Magnets


Self-Adhesive Neodymium Magnets enable two Non-Magnetic surfaces to become attractive magnetically. They are available in discs, blocks or the relatively new, super strong metre-long strips. Their 3M adhesive backing provide exceptional adhesion to almost any surface, including plastic, timber, metal or brick.

Rare Earth (Neodymium) Cylinder Magnets


Neodymium (Rare Earth) Cylindrical Rod magnets present huge strength for a small pole surface area. Hence their utilisation for technical applications such as switches or sensors, acrylic signage or joinery. They are also popular for educational and experimental demonstrations.

Rare Earth Spheres Magnets


Spherical magnets made from Neodymium (Rare Earth) have a north and a south pole. They are attracted to iron, cobalt, nickel and other ferromagnetic materials. They are commonly used for chemistry or physics demonstrations, manufacturing applications, but also as hobby and craft components.

Rare Earth Countersunk Magnets


Neodymium (Rare Earth) Countersunk Magnets are disc magnets with a countersunk hole in their centre. Especially designed for screws, they can be used for temporary or permanent positioning. They are very popular amongst carpenters, sheet metal fabricators, aluminium and glazing suppliers, and fixture supply outlets.