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5/8 x 1/8 Inch Neodymium Rare Earth Countersunk Ring Magnets N52 (20 Pack)

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  • Size: 0.625 x 0.125 inch (Diameter x Thickness)
  • Metric Size : 15.875 x 3.175 mm
  • Countersunk Hole Size: 0.295 x 0.17 Inches at 82°
  • Screw Size:  #6
  • Grade: N52
  • Pull Force:  8.86 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: 20 Discs
  • USD$20.99 USD$19.99
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    Neodymium magnets are a remarkable advancement in magnetic technology. Despite their small size, these magnets are incredibly powerful and can hold a significant amount of weight, making them ideal for a wide range of applications. Their cost-effectiveness also makes it easy to purchase large quantities of these magnets.

    One of the most fascinating aspects of neodymium magnets is their interaction with other magnets, which creates endless possibilities for experimentation and discovery. When shopping for these magnets, it's important to keep in mind that they are graded based on their maximum energy product, which measures their magnetic flux output per unit volume. A higher value indicates a stronger magnet.

    These neodymium magnets are designed with countersunk holes and coated with three layers of nickel, copper, and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth finish, which enhances their durability. The countersunk holes also allow the magnets to be attached to non-magnetic surfaces with screws, expanding their range of uses. These magnets measure 0.625 inches in diameter and 0.125 inches thick, with a 0.17-inch diameter countersunk hole.

    Neodymium magnets with holes are dependable and robust, and they can be used for a variety of purposes, such as tool organization, photo displays, refrigerator magnets, scientific experiments, locker suction, or whiteboard magnets. However, these magnets can be dangerous if they strike each other with enough force, causing chipping and shattering, particularly eye injuries. Be cautious when using them. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you can always return it for a full refund.

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