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20mm dia x 10mm thick N38SH Neodymium Magnet - 11.2kg Pull

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Small, high-operating temperature Neodymium (N35SH) magnets, capable of operating in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius.

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20mm dia x 10mm thick N35SH Neodymium Magnet - 11.2kg Pull ( High Temp ) ( Pack of 2 )
20mm dia x 10mm thick N35SH Neodymium Magnet - 11.2kg Pull ( High Temp ) ( Pack of 2 )

Small, high-operating temperature Neodymium (N35SH) magnets, capable of operating in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius.

  • Pack of 2
  • 20mm diameter x 10mm thick
  • +/-0.1mm tolerance
  • Each magnet's north and south pole are on opposite 20mm diameter faces
  • Each magnet can support a steel weight of up to 11.2kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface of equal thickness
  • 150 degrees Celsius maximum operating temperature
  • Coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth finish

These neodymium disc magnets may be small but they have an astonishing pull of 11.2kg and unlike regular grade neodymium, this special high-temperature material can operate in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius. Because of their high maximum operating temperature they are commonly used in applications such as motors and electric motors, turbo machinery and sensors. They also have many uses in engineering and manufacturing where size and strength is important. What's more, because of their resistance to demagnetisation they are ideal for creating a shock-absorbing or damping effect when used to repel other magnets. These magnets come with a safe-handling warning; because they are so powerful they can be dangerous if not handled carefully.

£6.44 Now £3.22 each Was: £6.44 each

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20mm dia x 10mm thick N35SH Neodymium  Magnet - 11.2kg Pull ( High Temp ) ( Pack of 20 )
20mm dia x 10mm thick N35SH Neodymium Magnet - 11.2kg Pull ( High Temp ) ( Pack of 20 )

Small, high-operating temperature Neodymium (N35SH) magnets, capable of operating in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius.

  • Pack of 20
  • 20mm diameter x 10mm thick
  • +/-0.1mm tolerance
  • Each magnet's north and south pole are on opposite 20mm diameter faces
  • Each magnet can support a steel weight of up to 11.2kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface of equal thickness
  • 150 degrees Celsius maximum operating temperature
  • Coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth finish

These neodymium disc magnets may be small but they have an astonishing pull of 11.2kg and unlike regular grade neodymium, this special high-temperature material can operate in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius. Because of their high maximum operating temperature they are commonly used in applications such as motors and electric motors, turbo machinery and sensors. They also have many uses in engineering and manufacturing where size and strength is important. What's more, because of their resistance to demagnetisation they are ideal for creating a shock-absorbing or damping effect when used to repel other magnets. These magnets come with a safe-handling warning; because they are so powerful they can be dangerous if not handled carefully.

£60.26 Now £3.01 each Was: £6.03 each

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20mm dia x 10mm thick N35SH Neodymium  Magnet - 11.2kg Pull ( High Temp ) ( Pack of 40 )
20mm dia x 10mm thick N35SH Neodymium Magnet - 11.2kg Pull ( High Temp ) ( Pack of 40 )

Small, high-operating temperature Neodymium (N35SH) magnets, capable of operating in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius.

  • Pack of 40
  • 20mm diameter x 10mm thick
  • +/-0.1mm tolerance
  • Each magnet's north and south pole are on opposite 20mm diameter faces
  • Each magnet can support a steel weight of up to 11.2kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface of equal thickness
  • 150 degrees Celcius Maximum operating temperature
  • Coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth finish

These neodymium disc magnets may be small but they have an astonishing pull of 11.2kg and unlike regular grade neodymium, this special high-temperature material can operate in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius. Because of their high maximum operating temperature they are commonly used in applications such as motors and electric motors, turbo machinery and sensors. They also have many uses in engineering and manufacturing where size and strength is important. What's more, because of their resistance to demagnetisation they are ideal for creating a shock-absorbing or damping effect when used to repel other magnets. These magnets come with a safe-handling warning; because they are so powerful they can be dangerous if not handled carefully.

£113.30 Now £2.83 each Was: £5.67 each

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20mm dia x 10mm thick N35SH Neodymium  Magnet - 11.2kg Pull ( High Temp ) ( Pack of 80 )
20mm dia x 10mm thick N35SH Neodymium Magnet - 11.2kg Pull ( High Temp ) ( Pack of 80 )

Small, high-operating temperature Neodymium (N35SH) magnets, capable of operating in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius.

  • Pack of 80
  • 20mm diameter x 10mm thick
  • +/-0.1mm tolerance
  • Each magnet's north and south pole are on opposite 20mm diameter faces
  • Each magnet can support a steel weight of up to 11.2kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface of equal thickness
  • 150 degrees Celsius maximum operating temperature
  • Coated with three layers of nickel, copper and nickel to reduce corrosion and provide a smooth finish

These neodymium disc magnets may be small but they have an astonishing pull of 11.2kg and unlike regular grade neodymium, this special high-temperature material can operate in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius. Because of their high maximum operating temperature they are commonly used in applications such as motors and electric motors, turbo machinery and sensors. They also have many uses in engineering and manufacturing where size and strength is important. What's more, because of their resistance to demagnetisation they are ideal for creating a shock-absorbing or damping effect when used to repel other magnets. These magnets come with a safe-handling warning; because they are so powerful they can be dangerous if not handled carefully.

£217.95 Now £2.72 each Was: £5.45 each
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  • 20mm x 10mm
  • +/-0.1mm tolerance
  • North-South poles on opposite faces
  • 11.2kg
  • 150 degrees Celsius operating temperature
  • Triple coated

These neodymium disc magnets may be small but they have an astonishing pull of 11.2kg and unlike regular grade neodymium, this special high-temperature material can operate in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius. Because of their high maximum operating temperature they are commonly used in applications such as motors and electric motors, turbo machinery and sensors. They also have many uses in engineering and manufacturing where size and strength is important. What's more, because of their resistance to demagnetisation they are ideal for creating a shock-absorbing or damping effect when used to repel other magnets. These magnets come with a safe-handling warning; because they are so powerful they can be dangerous if not handled carefully.