A Neodymium Pot Magnet, also known as a neodymium cup magnets or threaded neodymium magnets, is a type of magnetic assembly consisting of a magnet encased within a protective steel or iron housing, forming a "pot" shape. The magnet is typically embedded deep within the housing, which shields it from external influences and concentrates the magnetic force on one face. This configuration enhances the magnet's performance and allows it to have a controlled and directed magnetic field.
Neodymium Pot Magnet are versatile and find extensive use in various applications. They are popular for their ability to provide a strong and focused magnetic hold on metal surfaces, making them ideal for lifting, holding, and positioning tasks. The steel or iron housing provides both mechanical protection to the magnet and a convenient surface for attaching the magnet to different surfaces using screws, hooks, or other fasteners.
These magnets are widely employed in industrial settings, woodworking, automotive, and even in everyday applications like magnetic closures and fixtures. The combination of the protective housing and the inherent magnetic strength of materials like neodymium ensures that pot magnets are efficient tools for securing, lifting, and attaching objects in a controlled manner, making them essential components in various engineering and practical contexts.