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50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet with 8.2mm dia c/sunk hole - 95kg Pull (North/South)

code: D-F335NS

High-performance, Neodymium (N42) square magnet with a countersunk hole on either side. Compact but incredibly strong.

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50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet c/w 8.2mm dia countersunk hole (North/South) - 98.3kg Pull (Pack of 1)
50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet c/w 8.2mm dia countersunk hole (North/South) - 98.3kg Pull (Pack of 1)
  • 50mm x 50mm x 25mm thick with a 8.2mm diameter countersunk hole on either side for fixing
  • Excellent 84Kg Pull
  • Rubber Coated
  • Can be fixed in place with a countersink screw
  • N42 Grade Neodymium
  • Excellent resistance to demagnetisation and corrosion
  • This magnet is little larger than a block of post-it notes but incredibly produces an astonishing pull of 84kg. These magnets are so strong that they will wipe data from hard drives and are commonly used in large scale engineering projects such as wind turbines. They come with the convenience of a countersunk hole, meaning they can be screwed into place against a surface. Countersunk magnets with opposite facing poles can be used to attract two surfaces, or two opposing countersunk magnets with the same poles facing can be used to create a damping, shock absorbing or repelling effect. This is one of the strongest countersunk magnets available on the market.

    The magnet's rubber coating increases the amount of friction against a ferrous material and protects it from water corrosion. Additionally, the coating makes it ideal for attracting to fragile or easily marked surfaces because it softens the impact and prevents marking.

    Please note, these magnets should only be handled by people who are used to handling strong magnets and once a thorough risk assessment has been undertaken as they will easily crush trapped fingers causing serious injury.

£52.50 £52.50 each

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50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet c/w 8.2mm dia countersunk hole (North/South) - 95kg Pull (Pack of 4)
50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet c/w 8.2mm dia countersunk hole (North/South) - 95kg Pull (Pack of 4)
  • 50mm x 50mm x 25mm thick with a 8.2mm diameter countersunk hole on either side for fixing
  • N42 Grade Neodymium
  • Super-strong 95kg Pull
  • Each magnet is countersunk on either side, the north pole of each magnet is identified by a dimple on the surface
  • Coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth and clean finish
  • Can be fixed in place with a countersink screw

This magnet is little larger than a block of post-it notes but incredibly produces an astonishing pull of 95kg. A single F335NS is so strong that it will wipe data from hard drives and is commonly used in large scale engineering projects such as wind turbines. Each magnet has a triple coating of nickel, copper and nickel again to reduce corrosion. These magnets come with the convenience of a countersunk hole, meaning they can be screwed into place. Countersunk magnets with opposite facing poles can be used to attract two surfaces, or two opposing countersunk magnets with the same poles facing can be used to create a damping, shock absorbing or repelling effect. This is one of the strongest countersunk magnets available on the market.

Please note, these magnets should only be handled by people who are used to handling strong magnets and once a thorough risk assessment has been undertaken as they will easily crush trapped fingers causing serious injury.

£168.41 £42.10 each

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50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet c/w 8.2mm dia countersunk hole (North/South) - 95kg Pull (Pack of 20)
50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet c/w 8.2mm dia countersunk hole (North/South) - 95kg Pull (Pack of 20)
  • 50mm x 50mm x 25mm thick with a 8.2mm diameter countersunk hole on either side for fixing
  • N42 Grade Neodymium
  • Super-strong 95kg Pull
  • Each magnet is countersunk on either side, the north pole of each magnet is identified by a dimple on the surface
  • Coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth and clean finish
  • Can be fixed in place with a countersink screw

This magnet is little larger than a block of post-it notes but incredibly produces an astonishing pull of 95kg. A single F335NS is so strong that it will wipe data from hard drives and is commonly used in large scale engineering projects such as wind turbines. Each magnet has a triple coating of nickel, copper and nickel again to reduce corrosion. These magnets come with the convenience of a countersunk hole, meaning they can be screwed into place. Countersunk magnets with opposite facing poles can be used to attract two surfaces, or two opposing countersunk magnets with the same poles facing can be used to create a damping, shock absorbing or repelling effect. This is one of the strongest countersunk magnets available on the market.

Please note, these magnets should only be handled by people who are used to handling strong magnets and once a thorough risk assessment has been undertaken as they will easily crush trapped fingers causing serious injury.

£708.40 £35.42 each

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50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet c/w 8.2mm dia countersunk hole (North/South) - 95kg Pull (Pack of 40)
50 x 50 x 25mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet c/w 8.2mm dia countersunk hole (North/South) - 95kg Pull (Pack of 40)
  • 50mm x 50mm x 25mm thick with a 8.2mm diameter countersunk hole on either side for fixing
  • N42 Grade Neodymium
  • Super-strong 95kg Pull
  • Each magnet is countersunk on either side, the north pole of each magnet is identified by a dimple on the surface
  • Coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth and clean finish
  • Can be fixed in place with a countersink screw

This magnet is little larger than a block of post-it notes but incredibly produces an astonishing pull of 95kg. A single F335NS is so strong that it will wipe data from hard drives and is commonly used in large scale engineering projects such as wind turbines. Each magnet has a triple coating of nickel, copper and nickel again to reduce corrosion. These magnets come with the convenience of a countersunk hole, meaning they can be screwed into place. Countersunk magnets with opposite facing poles can be used to attract two surfaces, or two opposing countersunk magnets with the same poles facing can be used to create a damping, shock absorbing or repelling effect. This is one of the strongest countersunk magnets available on the market.

Please note, these magnets should only be handled by people who are used to handling strong magnets and once a thorough risk assessment has been undertaken as they will easily crush trapped fingers causing serious injury.

£1,238.58 £30.96 each
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Product Code: F335NS
Shape: Square
Magnetic Face: 50 x 50
Thickness: 25mm
Grade: N42
Kg Pull: 95
Plating: Ni-Cu-Ni (Nickel)
Material: NdFeB
Performace (Gauss): 4,900
Vertical Pull: 19Kg
Max Temp (degrees C): 80
Fixing: 8mm Screw
  • A pack of 1, 4, 20 or 40 magnets
  • 50mm x 50mm x 25mm thick with a 8.2mm diameter countersunk hole on either side for fixing
  • N42 Grade Neodymium
  • Super-strong 95kg Pull
  • Each magnet is countersunk on either side, the north pole of each magnet is identified by a dimple on the surface
  • Coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth and clean finish
  • Can be fixed in place with a countersink screw

This magnet is little larger than a block of post-it notes but incredibly produces an astonishing pull of 95kg. A single F335NS is so strong that it will wipe data from hard drives and is commonly used in large scale engineering projects such as wind turbines. Each magnet has a triple coating of nickel, copper and nickel again to reduce corrosion. These magnets come with the convenience of a countersunk hole, meaning they can be screwed into place. Countersunk magnets with opposite facing poles can be used to attract two surfaces, or two opposing countersunk magnets with the same poles facing can be used to create a damping, shock absorbing or repelling effect. This is one of the strongest countersunk magnets available on the market.

Please note, these magnets should only be handled by people who are used to handling strong magnets and once a thorough risk assessment has been undertaken as they will easily crush trapped fingers causing serious injury.

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