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Customized Channel Neodymium Magnets Feature:
Part No.: Custom
Holding Force: Customized
Material: Neodymium Magnets / U Shape Steel Shell Pot
Plating/Coating: Ni-Cu-Ni (nickel) triple plated, Galvanized
Magnetization Direction: Through thickness
Max Operating Temp: 176ºF (80ºC) or as per needs
Tolerances: ±0.004″ (+/-0.1mm)
Other: All magnets passed QC(Br. Flux.Dimensions) and 24-Hour Salt Spray Test.
A powerful nedoymium holding magnet fixed into the steel channel forming a magnetic channel assembly with strong adhesive force on the surface.
Holding and pull strength – Channel assemblies are up to 32 times stronger than ceramic magnets by themselves. Pull strength is tested on a flat steel plate 3/8 inch thick. The pull may vary depending on the surface it is attracted to, for example if the steel is less than 3/8 inch thick, coated, rough or rusty. We recommend that you obtain a sample to test and confirm the actual pull / holding capability when used in your application.
Colors, packaging – Custom Channel Neodymium Magnet by HSMAG can produce rectangular magnet assemblies in just about any color. We can package them in individual bags or other the packaging types you specify.
Design and handling considerations – Most of our magnetic assemblies are made with ceramic magnets, which are brittle and may break if dropped or if riveting is used in their application. Please use caution when handling channel magnets assemblies, their exceptional magnetic force may cause them to attract to metal (or to each other) so strongly that putting fingers in their path could prove painful.