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Rubber Coated Magnet

Posted By: weizhongmagnetics

Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2023

Price: $1.00

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Rubber Coated Magnets for Sale

Rubber coated magnets or rubberised magnets are best described by one concept, that is: rubber coated holding magnet is a perfect combination of force and protection. Rubber covered magnets are actually one extension of pot magnets using the same working principle, but the rubber coating has greatly broadened the application scope of rubber coated pot magnets. If you are looking for reliable rubber coated neodymium magnets suppliers, Weizhong magnetics can provide you with high quality rubber coated rare earth magnets with reasonable price, which are strong and waterproof, and satisfactory service.

Application of Rubber Coated Magnets
It doesn't happen when you need to hold something on a nice, elegant surface, you do with your greatest tenderness not to leave any scratch on it and this is why rubber coated super magnets is invented. Rubber coating can effectively avoid direct contact of the surface with sharp, hard objects minimizing the cause of scratch.

Basically, you can use them anywhere you want as long as they hold. The uniqueness of its rubber coating makes them more suitable for delicate surface than other magnetic products. TPV has superior chemical stabilities but using it in places where it is too hot, too cold or corrosive may compromise its life. As one of the professional magnetic assembly suppliers, we have rubber-coated magnets for sale of good quality.

Technical Advantages of Rubber Coated Magnets
The material we use for rubber coated waterproof magnets is TPV which features better durability than regular rubber due to its more stabilized chemical properties. You do not need to worry about its becoming hardened or peeling off in a long time.

What's more, odorlessness is another benefit, which differentiates TPV from regular rubber. TPV does not stain --- try to use them with your bare hand for a while and TPV won’t leave any black marks on your fingers.

It is true that rubber coating does not contribute to a better force, instead, it reduces the holding force of the part. However, by following some approaches you still get wanted force with these rubber-coated super magnets. Simply put, a rubber coating of even thickness and an optimized structure will promote the holding force, which is exactly what we are using with our rubber-coated neodymium magnets.

Features of Rubber Coated Magnets

The slim design of the rubber pot magnet hardly adds to the height and is supplemented by a rubber sheath to guarantee scratch, and resistance and protect the contact surface. Our high-performance neodymium rubber magnet boast a very strong holding force of up to 350 kgs. and the holding force is available within an ample temperature range between -40°C to 80°C.

The rubber material used is particularly soft, thus creating sufficient resistance and lending magnets a particularly high anti-slip resistance. As a result, the Contact surface for magnet adsorption is well protected from scratches and the magnet sheath copes perfectly even in tough weather conditions and low temperatures as well as when exposed to UV radiation.

The Santoprene rubber material has very good chemical stability. what's more, The rubber coating provides complete isolation from outside air, for which the rubberized magnets also passed over 1000hrs salt spray test. Which has very good waterproof as well as Corrosion resistance.

The colourful rubber-coated magnets with various shapes can cater to your various applications perfectly, especially for decoration, display and visual management. They are eye-catching and can help to pass important information in a simple and direct way.

Rubber Covered Magnet products have easy access to great flexibility and high efficiency. No Welding, No Drilling, Easy operation. You can easily mount or remove it quickly without damaging the construction.

Our Rubber coated magnets are produced in line with RoHS and REACH Certified. What’s more, We are ISO 9001:2015 certified and we put every of our production steps, and quality control processes strictly in accordance with ISO requests. For which quality you can rely!

When all efforts are concentrated on one point it is a matter of time to make a difference. We hold this belief in our work and have been dedicated in magnetic assembly ever since 2010. With accumulated experience we built up our expertise in manufacturing, engineering of china magnetic assembly aiming at holding application.

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