Magnetic Product Description:
This cylinder magnet has a diameter of 6mm and a height of 8mm. It is identified by the Amf magnets part number 39025.
Uses for our samarium cobalt cylinder magnets:
These petite, stylish samarium cylinders are often overshadowed by bigger and stronger members of the large magnet family. Industrial designers, cabinet makers, tinkerers and crafty types however, know that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In fact it’s the absence of bulk and brute strength that makes these tiny cylinders so loveable.
In the health field these cylinders are deployed in instruments and devices that need to be regularly pulled apart so components can be cleaned. That’s the vital strength of these magnets. The designers or makers of medical instruments, toys, tools, filters, sensors, signage assemblies, cabinetry and the like decide what strength magnet is right for the components they are joining. Ease of disassembly without material penalty is highly desirable for servicing and cleaning many fabrications and greatly increases the product’s amenity and longevity.
Magnets release at a predetermined pull force. Consider using magnets to connect benchtops, shelving systems and cabinetry in science laboratories, hospitals, care facilities and commercial kitchens and cool rooms. Anywhere infection controls are enforced or where health and safety laws mandate thorough cleaning protocols. The easier it is to disassemble and reassemble the more affordable these protocols are to observe.
An intuitive release or quit the grip, and renewable grab, as if for the first time, plus high compatibility with other materials is what people love about magnets. For reassembly who could not smile when performing the click, stick and tick routine? Sometimes good things do come in small (cylindrical) packages.