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Bar Magnets

Our extensive range of bar magnets provide a strong performance at each end due to the fact that they are magnetized down their length. Common applications include activating reed switches and more commonly within classrooms where each pole is painted!

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  • 50 x 19 x 5mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 1.5kg Pull
  • 42 x 8 x 10mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 14kg Pull
  • 50 x 19 x 10mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 3kg Pull
  • 20 x 4 x 2mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 1.9kg Pull
  • 30 x 10 x 5mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 8.1kg Pull
  • 40 x 25 x 10mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 3kg Pull
  • 40 x 10 x 20mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 18.6kg Pull
  • 15 x 4 x 4mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 2.2kg Pull
  • 40 x 10 x 5mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 8.3kg Pull
  • 130 x 8 x 5mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 23.7kg Pull
  • 16 x 4 x 50mm long Ferrite Bar Magnet with North & South Identified
  • 25 x 5 x 5mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 4.3kg Pull
  • 40 x 20 x 10mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 21.7kg Pull
  • 10 x 3 x 2mm thick 45H Neodymium Magnet - 0.8kg Pull
  • 10 x 3.5 x 2.25mm thick N45 Neodymium Magnet - 0.9kg Pull
  • 60 x 20 x 15mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 4.9kg Pull
  • 20 x 10 x 5mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 5.4kg Pull
  • 25 x 10 x 6mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 0.8kg Pull
  • 10 x 8 x 21mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 4.5kg Pull
  • 7 x 7 x 25mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 0.23kg Pull
  • 25 x 5 x 5mm thick Samarium Cobalt Magnet - 3.2kg Pull
  • 2 Educational Alnico Bar Magnets - North & South Identified (11 x 6 x 75mm)
  • 50 x 25 x 10mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 3.6kg Pull
  • 70 x 20 x 15mm thick Y30BH Ferrite Magnet - 4.2kg Pull
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Bar magnets look like regular rectangular magnets but they are magnetized in a specific way. To be a ‘bar’ magnet, the magnet must have the north pole on one end and the south pole on the other, magnetized down their length. This means that they are stronger on each end where the pole faces are located. This is different to rectangular magnets which are ordinarily magnetized so that their north and south poles are on the larger, flat faces and magnetized through their thickness.

Bar magnets are used when maximum strength is required from a small pole area. They are also commonly used to activate reed switches in proximity and counting applications. And, of course we must not forget the traditional alnico bar magnets, which are usually painted to identify the north and south poles and have been used in classrooms for decades!

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