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12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets

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Ferrite (Y30BH) rectangular block magnet - excellent resistance to demagnetisation and corrosion at unbeatable value.

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12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 20)
12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 20)

Ferrite (Y30BH) rectangular block magnet - excellent resistance to demagnetisation and corrosion at unbeatable value.

  • Pack of 20.
  • 12mm outer diameter x 3mm inner diameter x 7mm thick.
  • Each magnet's north and south poles are on opposite circular faces.
  • Shallow countersink on the north pole.
  • Resistant to demagnetisation and corrosion without any extra coating.

Also known as ceramic magnets, ferrite magnets offer excellent value for money when pull strength is not the most important factor. They have a high resistance to corrosion and demagnetisation and can operate in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius. Ring magnets are typically made for loudspeaker systems and their sizes have evolved with demand from this market. However, they are also commonly used in magnetic rollers for separating applications and in the printing industry. Because these magnets are weakly magnetised they are not suitable for weight-bearing applications, but instead are commonly used in sensors and other similar applications.

£2.60 £0.13 each

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12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 200)
12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 200)

Ferrite (Y30BH) rectangular block magnet - excellent resistance to demagnetisation and corrosion at unbeatable value.

  • Pack of 200.
  • 12mm outer diameter x 3mm inner diameter x 7mm thick.
  • Each magnet's north and south poles are on opposite circular faces.
  • Shallow countersink on the north pole.
  • Resistant to demagnetisation and corrosion without any extra coating.

Also known as ceramic magnets, ferrite magnets offer excellent value for money when pull strength is not the most important factor. They have a high resistance to corrosion and demagnetisation and can operate in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius. Ring magnets are typically made for loudspeaker systems and their sizes have evolved with demand from this market. However, they are also commonly used in magnetic rollers for separating applications and in the printing industry. Because these magnets are weakly magnetised they are not suitable for weight-bearing applications, but instead are commonly used in sensors and other similar applications.

£24.00 £0.12 each

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12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 400)
12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 400)

Ferrite (Y30BH) rectangular block magnet - excellent resistance to demagnetisation and corrosion at unbeatable value.

  • Available in packs of 20, 200, 400 and 800.
  • 12mm outer diameter x 3mm inner diameter x 7mm thick.
  • Each magnet's north and south poles are on opposite circular faces.
  • Shallow countersink on the north pole.
  • Resistant to demagnetisation and corrosion without any extra coating.

Also known as ceramic magnets, ferrite magnets offer excellent value for money when pull strength is not the most important factor. They have a high resistance to corrosion and demagnetisation and can operate in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius. Ring magnets are typically made for loudspeaker systems and their sizes have evolved with demand from this market. However, they are also commonly used in magnetic rollers for separating applications and in the printing industry. Because these magnets are weakly magnetised they are not suitable for weight-bearing applications, but instead are commonly used in sensors and other similar applications.

£44.00 £0.11 each

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12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 800)
12mm O.D. x 3mm I.D. x 7mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 800)

Ferrite (Y30BH) rectangular block magnet - excellent resistance to demagnetisation and corrosion at unbeatable value.

  • Pack of 800.
  • 12mm outer diameter x 3mm inner diameter x 7mm thick.
  • Each magnet's north and south poles are on opposite circular faces.
  • Shallow countersink on the north pole.
  • Resistant to demagnetisation and corrosion without any extra coating.

Also known as ceramic magnets, ferrite magnets offer excellent value for money when pull strength is not the most important factor. They have a high resistance to corrosion and demagnetisation and can operate in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius. Ring magnets are typically made for loudspeaker systems and their sizes have evolved with demand from this market. However, they are also commonly used in magnetic rollers for separating applications and in the printing industry. Because these magnets are weakly magnetised they are not suitable for weight-bearing applications, but instead are commonly used in sensors and other similar applications.

£80.00 £0.10 each
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  • 12mm outer diameter x 3mm inner diameter x 7mm thick.
  • Each magnet's north and south poles are on opposite circular faces.
  • Shallow countersink on the north pole.
  • Resistant to demagnetisation and corrosion without any extra coating.

Also known as ceramic magnets, ferrite magnets offer excellent value for money when pull strength is not the most important factor. They have a high resistance to corrosion and demagnetisation and can operate in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius. Ring magnets are typically made for loudspeaker systems and their sizes have evolved with demand from this market. However, they are also commonly used in magnetic rollers for separating applications and in the printing industry. Because these magnets are weakly magnetised they are not suitable for weight-bearing applications, but instead are commonly used in sensors and other similar applications.