Countersunk pot magnet, Ø48 mm. - Ferrite
Product no.: MAGZ-1062-F
Very big ferrite-magnet with steel pot. This magnet has a strenght of approx. 23 kg. in direct pull.
Ferrite magnets are often used outdoors, and this magnet has a screw hole for countersunk screws M8 (8.5 mm).
There are two clear advantages to choosing a ferrite pot magnet:
- Ferrite can be used outside
- Ferrite is a cheaper alternative to neodymium
Ferrite magnets can endure direct sunlight and they don't rust despite the weather. But you need to be aware that the steel pot kan get a thin layer of rust - this does not affect the magnetism though.
Diameter: 4.8 cm.
Height: 11.5 mm.
Screw hole: ø 8.5 mm. (M8)
Strenght: approx. 23,000 g.
Max. temperature: 50°C
In addition to making the magnetic field more powerful, the steel pot also holds the ferritemagnet together. This hardens the magnet - and should the ferrite part crack by accident, the magnet is still intact and takes no damage (only visually).
The strength of the is measured on a thick magnetic steel plate with a direct pull.
Ferrite magnets are not suitable for glass boards.
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