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Countersunk/Counterbore Pot Magnets

Posted By: atechmagnet

Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2022

Price: $10.00

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Countersunk/Counterbore Pot Magnets
Material Sintered Neodymium Iron Boron, Steel
Dimensions Diameter Min.16 mm—Max.136 mm
Pull Force 10 lbs — 900 lbs
Magnetization Orientation Axial
Magnetic Properties Grade Max. Operating Temperatures
N35-N52 80°C (176°F)
Remanence(Br) 11,300 Gauss — 14,800 Gauss
Coercive Force(Hcb) 10,000 Oersted — 11,600 Oersted
Intrinsic Coercive Force(Hcb) 11,000 Oersted — 12,000 Oersted
Magnetic Energy Product (BH) 33M GOe — 53M GOe
Surface Treatment Ni-Cu-Ni, Nickel, Zn

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