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1.00 x 1/8 Inch Neodymium Rare Earth Countersunk Ring Magnets N52 (8 Pack)

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  • Size: 1.00 x 0.125 inch (Diameter x Thickness)
  • Metric Size : 25.4 x 3.175 mm
  • Countersunk Hole Size: 0.35 x 0.195 Inches at 82°
  • Screw Size:  #8
  • Grade: N52
  • Pull Force: 14.77 lbs
  • Coating: Nickel-Copper-Nickel (Ni-Cu-Ni)
  • Magnetization: Axially
  • Material:  Neodymium (NdFeB)
  • Tolerance: +/- 0.002 in
  • Max Operating Temperature: 80℃=176°F
  • Br(Gauss): 14700max
  • Quantity Included: 8 Discs
  • USD$19.94 USD$18.99
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    Neodymium magnets are a marvel of modern engineering, combining small size with incredible strength. These powerful magnets are capable of holding significant weight, making them a popular choice for a wide range of applications. Thanks to their low cost, they are also accessible to a broad range of users, and their versatility makes them a popular choice for anyone who needs to secure important items on metal surfaces.

    One of the most exciting aspects of neodymium magnets is their behavior in the presence of other magnets. This makes them ideal for scientific experimentation and exploration, and the possibilities are virtually endless. It's important to note that neodymium magnets are graded based on their maximum energy product, which is a measure of their magnetic flux output per unit volume. The higher the value, the stronger the magnet.

    To enhance their longevity, neodymium magnets are often coated with three layers of nickel, copper, and nickel. This coating reduces the risk of corrosion and provides a smooth finish that helps protect the magnet. Neodymium magnets may also come with countersunk holes, which allow them to be fixed to non-magnetic surfaces with screws. This expands their range of applications and makes them even more versatile.

    These magnets typically measure 1.00 inches in diameter and 0.125 inches thick, with a 0.195 inches diameter countersunk hole. They can be used for a variety of purposes, including tool storage, photo display, refrigerator magnets, whiteboard magnets, and more. It's important to use caution when handling neodymium magnets, as they can strike each other with enough force to chip and shatter, which could result in injury, particularly to the eyes.

    If you're not satisfied with your purchase of neodymium magnets, you can be assured that most suppliers offer a full refund policy.

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