Neodymium Mounting Magnet - 22 mm x 6 mm | Rubber Coated

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Neodymium Mounting Magnet - 22 mm x 6 mm | Rubber Coated

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Product Code RCND22F
Pull Force* 5 kg
Weight 12gm
Style Mounting Magnet F-thread
Grade N35
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetized
Dimensions Thickness:6 mm, Diameter:22 mm
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Product Description:

This rubber coated neodymium mounting magnet measures 22 mm (D) x 6 mm (H). It has a center hole with an M3 female thread. The Santoprene rubber coating protects surfaces. This rare earth magnet has a pull force of 5 kg and a weighs 12 grams. GRADE N35

Product Information:

Rubber coated magnets have a superior slide resistance over regular magnets due to the increased friction generated by the rubber and steel surface. Rubber coating resists corrosion and protects easily scratched surfaces. These magnets are often used with an eye bolt or hook screwed into the threaded central hole to suspend outdoor equipment, or string up guide lines or barriers. They are water resistant and suitable for use in marine, aquatic and outdoor environments. Magnetic engagement avoids the need to drill into surfaces and the rubber coating protects the same. These magnets are used by farmers, campers, truck drivers, emergency workers to create fixing points on the exterior of their vehicles to string up hazard tape, signage or lighting. They are also used on construction sites, and in situations where metal strike presents a hazard. Shipping containers, mobile homes, portable classrooms and offices often have metal doors, walls, and ceilings. These magnets provide a way to create fixing points with no damage to the surfaces.

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.

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Reviewed by David B.
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Very handy little magnets

I got 4 of these magnets to do one job to hold my glue pots up onto steel frame studs but only needed two of them. They are great

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