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25mm dia x 45mm high Laboratory Magnet - 22kg Pull (South)

These laboratory magnets consist of an incredibly strong Neodymium (N52) magnet with chrome handle attachment. Ideal for screening items for ferrous material.

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  • £19.41
  • 25mm diameter x 45mm thick.
  • +/-0.1mm tolerance.
  • Each magnet's south pole is on the counter-bored face and the north pole is on the handled face.
  • Each magnet can support a steel weight of up to 26kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface of equal thickness.
  • Each magnet is coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to improve corrosion resistance and provide a smooth and clean finish.

The Neodymium (N42) magnet in these laboratory magnets are made from the strongest magnetic material available to buy. Originally developed to screen objects before being placed near MRI scanners, they produce an incredibly deep magnetic field and can detect paramagnetic or ferrous material from 50mm inside another object. The solid handle makes these magnets easy to handle reducing the risk of trapping fingers between the magnet and a ferrous surface. The handle also makes it possible to experience the incredible force of repulsion that two N42 magnets with like poles facing will produce. As each magnet is a manageable size but still generates 6,250 Gauss it makes them ideal for scientific research. Each magnet is supplied in its own tough plastic storage case, also available with the south pole on the magnetic face. These magnets come with a safe-handling warning; because they are so powerful they can be dangerous if not handled carefully.