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NdFeB Channel Magnet with Countersunk Feature:
Part No.: HSNIA-15
Dimensions: L(15mm) * L1(7.5mm) * W(13.5mm) * H(5mm) * D1(3.3mm) * D2(6.5mm)
Holding Force: 7 (KG)
Material: Countersunk / Countersink Neodymium Magnets / 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.
For NIA10-NIA30, there is only one Countersunk Hole, for the rest, there are two.
A powerful countersunk nedoymium magnet fixed into the steel channel forming a magnetic channel assembly with strong adhesive force on the surface.
This neodymium channel magnets is made of a super strong neodymium magnet encased inside a chrome plated steel circuit which triples the holding force to 45 lbs, which is 15 pounds stronger than an equivalently sized standard channel magnet! At the same time, the steel channel also protects the magnet from being damaged during day to day use. It’s perfect for use as a cabinet latch, to keep nuts and bolts in one place, or even tools handy. There are two #6 countersinks at each end of the magnet to allow for a flush installation to maximize holding power.
• Tapered holes fit a standard flat head screw
• Steel housing makes the magnets more durable in harsh environments.
• Steel housing absorbs the south polarity and wraps it to face the other direction increasing the attach strength.