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40mm Dia NdFeB Countersunk Furniture Fixing Magnets w/ Rubber Coating Parameter:
Item No. RCM01-C40
Magnetic Face: 40mm dia
Plating: Ni-Cu-Ni ( Nickel )
Vertical Pull (Kg): 5
Slide Resistance (Kg):
Max Temp (degrees C): 80
40mm diameter x 5mm thick with a 6mm diameter countersunk hole for fixing.
Each magnet has its North pole on the countersunk face.
Each magnet can support 5kg pull vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface.
Rubber-coated to increase friction and prevent marking other contact surfaces.
Can be fixed in place with our 6mm diameter countersunk screws.
These rubber coated Neodymium (NdFeB) pot magnets are especially suitable for magnetically fixing objects such as advertising displays or safety blinkers onto car roofs (the metal work must have a mild steel content – aluminium or carbon fibre surfaces will not work). The rubber coated Neodymium (NdFeB) pot magnets are also suitable for fixing signs, plates, temporary lightings and sample parts scratch-free onto highly polished chrome-plated or painted mild steel (ferrous) surfaces. D27mm Rubber Coated Countersunk NdFeB Magnets
Ideal for furniture fixings, hanging artwork and keeping doors and drawers closed, countersunk magnets have a central hole which allows them to be fixed to non-magnetic surfaces with a screw. Because these magnets have a rubber-coating they are ideal for using to attract fragile or easily marked surfaces, the rubber coating increases friction, softens impacts and prevents marking. Countersunk magnets with opposite poles on the countersunk face can be used to attract two surfaces or two opposing countersunk magnets with the same pole on the countersunk face can be used to create a damping, shock absorbing or repelling effect. Also available with the South pole on the countersunk face.
Santoprene Rubber coated magnets are ideal for holding or creating an attachment system for non-metallic materials. Rubber coatings offer protection to both the magnet and the surface to which they are attached. This can be beneficial where painted metal surfaces are involved. Other advantages include increased resistance to slippage or dislodgement due to sheer forces and increased protection from corrosion and collision damage which are the main causes of magnet failure. Rubber protects the magnet and ensures its reliable and consistent operation over time.
Applications include closures or latches for metal gates or doors where an ordinary magnet would break or attachment of signage to painted metal surfaces using the male thread and a nut. Timber or acrylic sheeting can be fixed to metal window frames to provide temporary protective or safety screens. Likewise, brackets or footings can be attached to the male thread to make any object attach to steel. Rubber coated magnets protect surfaces from scratching or damage, especially where repeated relocation or removal occurs.