Magnetic Product Description:
This neodymium cylinder magnet has a diameter of 25.4mm and a height of 50.8mm. Identified by AMF magnet part number 21004/N52. LIMITED STOCK.
Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:
Magnets have always played an important part of electronics equipment, including vital communications technologies. Marine radios, like all electronics equipment contain magnets, including neodymium cylinder 25.2mmx50.8mm magnets.
Magnets find many uses throughout the marine vessel community. Magnets operate without breaching the materials they are joining or holding or releasing at a predetermined pull force. Housed inside many of the winches on sailing vessels ring magnets assist with the smooth operation of hauling and lifting of sails as well as providing fail safe functions to allow winches to release the rope or cable when undue force (gale wind) is applied.
On board kitchen cabinetry use magnets as a secure fastening system allowing the sections of cabinetry to be easily taken apart at known pull forces for cleaning or re-surfacing. Space is at an absolute premium on board most vessels, attaching useful items with magnets, including these popular cylinder magnets or with the aid of self-adhesive magnetised strips for non-magnetised surfaces maximises all and every available space.
Ring magnets with hook or eyelet attachments threaded through them provide options to hang items from walls, soffits or ceilings. As a simple, reliable, durable and versatile space saving and labour saving connective, holding and release connective tissue there really is nothing quite like the magic of magnets and magnetism.
These cylinder magnets are adopted by industries needing a strong pull force (38kg) where space is limited. Electronics and electrical equipment, marine and retail joiners, and industrial designers often reach for these great all-rounders. This cylinder magnet is ideal for general use.