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rare earth neodymium pot countersunk dimensions

Pot magnets, also known as mounting magnets, or cup magnets, are high strength neodymium magnets which are encased in a steel cup for protection against chipping or cracking. Due to the steel cover, the magnetic force is concentrated on one side and therefore the gripping force is significantly increased. Pot magnets can be attached to non-magnetic surfaces without damaging the surface. This type of magnet is typically used for gripping, clamping and fixing components together. Pot magnets are often used in shipping containers, on work sites, utility trucks, delivery vans, etc. as well as on workbenches, and assembly lines.

Some pot magnets have a central hole which is designed for using a bolt or screw to attach the magnets, leaving the screw head flush with the magnet. Other pot magnets have a threaded stud, or a threaded shaft. Threaded pot magnets are designed to be used with a washer and a nut. Some of the most popular pot magnets have a removeable hook, or eye bolt. The rubber coated pot magnets are also very popular for outdoor use, or for applications where the surface may be easily damaged.

As well as Neodymium pot magnets, we also carry a selection of Ceramic Pot Magnets, and a small number of Alnico Pot Magnets.

We have a great selection of pot magnets!

Click on the links below to find out more about the different types of neodymium pot magnets available at AMF Magnets:


Straight Hole

Male Thread Stud

Female Thread Shaft

Threaded Hook (Magnetic Hook)

Threaded Eye Bolt

Rubber Coated

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Please contact our sales team if you require specific information about our magnets or need help choosing the right magnet.

Below are just a few of the pot magnets available now in our online magnet store:

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel from a horizontal surface. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel) are generally able to hold around only 30% of the pull force listed in the product description. This is due to the effects of gravity and the lack of friction between the surface and the shiny magnet. Read More