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14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull

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Small countersunk ferrite magnets with the north pole on the countersunk face. Each magnet will support 0.135kg in a vertical position against a steel surface.

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14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull (Pack of 20)
14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull (Pack of 20)
Small countersunk ferrite magnets with the north pole on the countersunk face. Each magnet will support 0.135kg in a vertical position against a steel surface.
  • Pack of 20
  • 14mm diameter x 5mm thick with a 2.5mm countersunk hole
  • Each magnet has its north pole on the countersunk face
  • Each magnet can support 0.135kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface
  • Resistant to demagnetisation 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. These magnets are countersunk on one side for fixing in place. 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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14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull (Pack of 200)
14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull (Pack of 200)
Small countersunk ferrite magnets with the north pole on the countersunk face. Each magnet will support 0.135kg in a vertical position against a steel surface.
  • Pack of 200
  • 14mm diameter x 5mm thick with a 2.5mm countersunk hole
  • Each magnet has its north pole on the countersunk face
  • Each magnet can support 0.135kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface
  • Resistant to demagnetisation 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. These magnets are countersunk on one side for fixing in place. 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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14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull (Pack of 400)
14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull (Pack of 400)
Small countersunk ferrite magnets with the north pole on the countersunk face. Each magnet will support 0.135kg in a vertical position against a steel surface.
  • Pack of 400
  • 14mm diameter x 5mm thick with a 2.5mm countersunk hole
  • Each magnet has its north pole on the countersunk face
  • Each magnet can support 0.135kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface
  • Resistant to demagnetisation 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. These magnets are countersunk on one side for fixing in place. 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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14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull (Pack of 800)
14mm O.D. x 2.5mm I.D. x 5mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets - 0.135kg Pull (Pack of 800)
Small countersunk ferrite magnets with the north pole on the countersunk face. Each magnet will support 0.135kg in a vertical position against a steel surface.
  • Pack of 800
  • 14mm diameter x 5mm thick with a 2.5mm countersunk hole
  • Each magnet has its north pole on the countersunk face
  • Each magnet can support 0.135kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface
  • Resistant to demagnetisation 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. These magnets are countersunk on one side for fixing in place. 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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  • 14mm diameter x 5mm thick with a 2.5mm countersunk hole
  • Each magnet has its north pole on the countersunk face
  • Each magnet can support 0.135kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface
  • Resistant to demagnetisation 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. These magnets are countersunk on one side for fixing in place. 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.