Neodymium Round Disc Magnets

About These And Other Neodymium Disc Magnets In This Category
Magnets are useful and fun, but can also be dangerous if they aren’t handled properly. Little magnets should always be kept away from small children and pets, as they can cause serious harm if they’re swallowed. Very strong magnets, like neodymium magnets, can pull together with an extremely substantial force, pinching your fingers if they’re caught in between. You always need to keep magnets away from digital devices, such as computers and mobile phones, and away from credit cards (or any other card with a magnetic strip). This is because the information on such devices can be stored using magnetic recording, and may be erased when it comes close to a strong magnetic field. If you’re performing a HS Magnetics project involving magnets, make sure you read the safety precautions for this particular project prior to starting.

Neodymium Round Disc Magnets

Neodymium Round Disc Magnets

What Is In This Category:
Over 400 Neodymium Disc Magnet products listed
Temp range Is Grade Specific
Rare Earth – YES
Disc magnets in Grades N35, N42, N45, N50 & N52
Neodymium disc magnets with Diameters 1/8” – More than 3 “
Gauss 12,100 – 14,800
3 Layer Coatings, Epoxy & Plastic coated too on These Disc Magnets!
Countersunk Neodymium Disc Magnets
Pull Forces .36 – more than 600LBS

What we here at HSMAG Magnetics concerning how clients select a magnets are by shape (1st) by style (2nd) by how powerful the magnet is (3nd)

Since you are already here I will assume that you are looking for a disc shaped magnet. You probably have an idea how big it needs to be. Let us move onto style.

A below is a bare neodymium disc magnet. The Magnet has a 3 layer coating of nickel- copper -nickel for the magnets protection of the magnet itself.

B is a neodymium disc magnet with a coating of epoxy which is a little tougher for protection of the magnet too.

C is a neodymium disc magnet with a screw hole in it. The hole is countersunk & allows the head of the screw to sink with the head flush even with the surface. This is a very useful feature in that it allows you to fasten a magnet to a non magnetic material such as wood or plastic

D Allows for the mounting of a magnet to non magnetic materials that you may not want to put a screw into.

E is a disc magnet typically used for lifting or magnet fishing. It is a neodymium disc magnet with a steel casing and a hook or loop to attach a rope to. The casing focuses the magnet’s collective power in one direction placing all of its strength in 1 direction instead of 4.

Round Disc Magnets For Classroom Decorations

Magnets are useful and fun, but can also be dangerous if they aren’t handled properly. Little magnets should always be kept away from small children and pets, as they can cause serious harm if they’re swallowed. Very strong magnets, like neodymium magnets, can pull together with an extremely substantial force, pinching your fingers if they’re caught in between. You always need to keep magnets away from digital devices, such as computers and mobile phones, and away from credit cards (or any other card with a magnetic strip). This is because the information on such devices can be stored using magnetic recording, and may be erased when it comes close to a strong magnetic field. If you’re performing a HS Magnetics project involving magnets, make sure you read the safety precautions for this particular project prior to starting.

Plastic Coated Strong Disc Magnets Colored Magnetic Buttons

3/4″ dia. x 3/8″ thick Yellow Disc Plastic Case Neodymium Magnet

3/4″ dia. x 3/8″ thick Black Polypropylene Coated Whiteboard Neodymium Disc Magnet

Ø 14.3 x 4.14 mm Rubber Coated Disc Neodymium Magnet Black

White ABS Plastic Encased Disc Neodymium Magnets

Ø 10 x 10 mm Small Disc Neodymium Magnet with Black Rubber Coating

Ø 14.3 x 4.14 mm Rubber Coated Disc Neodymium Magnet Black

Axially Magnetized Samarium Cobalt Disk Magnets