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Neodymium Magnetic Systems with Steel Shell and Internal Thread Feature
Part No. HSM-TNE
Style NdFeB Pot / Cup Magnet
Size Customized Size
Shape Pot Flat Magnet with Internal Threaded Bush
Composite Neodymium Magnet
Delivery Time 25 working days
This NdFeB pot magnet has a threaded bush and this structure makes it possible to mount hooks or other objects on this part. Comparing with its ferrite version, NdFeB pot magnet gives much higher holding force.
Compact magnet systems with a steel shell and with threaded bush for easy mounting.
Due to the shell of these pot magnets, the magnetic field strength increases and they are more resistant to corrosion or chemicals. Pot magnets have a single attracting surface. This precludes dispersion of the magnetic field.
Pot magnets with threaded bush are available in neodymium, ferrite and samarium cobalt.
Optimal magnetic holding force
In principle, magnets retain their magnetic force indefinitely.
Clean pole surfaces and a flat workpiece ensure optimal tensile force.
Small cracks in magnetic material have no effect.
Factors that adversely affect the functioning of pot magnets:
Heat, shocks, external magnetic fields and corrosion.
Different alloys influence the magnetic force because of the permeability of the alloyed material; The higher the carbon content of the alloy components, the smaller the magnetic attraction force.
When the roughness of the surface of the workpiece increases.
An air gap and non-magnetic material between magnet and workpiece.
Through exposure to prolonged radioactive and gamma radiation. Neodymium Pot Magnets with Threaded Bush
Pot magnets – also called cup magnets – and magnetic hooks are compact magnet systems with a single attracting surface.
They have a steel, brass, stainless steel or plastic shell. The steel shell prevents dispersion of the magnetic field and increases the magnetic force of the attracting surface. The shell – or pot – also provides better corrosion and chemical resistance. The maximum operating temperature ranges from 60 to 450 °C.