With our pot magnets, also called assembly magnets, fastening magnets, gripping magnets or simply "flat grippers", the magnetic core is integrated in a circular steel head. This increases the holding force or the magnetic flux of the magnet.
Hard ferrites consist of oxidized metals and consist of about 90% iron oxide (Fe2O3) and 10% alkaline earth oxide (BaO or SrO), which are cheaper to produce than neodymium. They are the most produced magnets worldwide.
Hard ferrite magnets are characterized by their resistance to moisture, solvents, alkalis, weak acids, salts, lubricants and harmful gases.
Dimensions: D = 25mm; H = 7mm; d1 = 15mm;
Case material: steel
Housing coating: zinc
Holding force (N) = 40
Working temperature: 200 ° C
Direction of magnetization: axial
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