- D2H2 Neodymium Magnets, 1/8 inch dia. x 2/10 inch thick
- R211 Neodymium Magnets, 1/8 inch od x 1/16 inch id x 1/16 inch thick
- D50x3.5mm Neodymium Magnet, 50 x 3.5mm Disc Magnet
- C-D5H5-N45 Neodymium Magnet, 5x5mm Cylinder Magnet
- BEEC Neodymium Magnets, 7/8 inch x 7/8 inch x 3/4 inch thick
- D40x30mm Neodymium Magnet, 40 x 30mm Disc Magnet
- BY0X01 Neodymium Magnets, 2 inch x 1 inch x 1/16 inch thick
- B50x12x2mm Neodymium Magnet, 50 x 12 x 2mm Block Magnet
- D14-N52 Neodymium Magnets, 1/16 inch dia. x 1/4 inch thick
- B20x20x3mm Neodymium Magnet, 20 x 20 x 3mm Block Magnet
- NSWC2 Steel Cups and Washers
- D Series Permanent Magnetic Lifter
- C-D15H30-N35 Neodymium Magnet, 15x30mm Cylinder Magnet
- BX0X04 Neodymium Magnets, 1 inch x 1 inch x 1/4 inch thick
- D52 Neodymium Magnets, 5/16 inch dia. x 1/8 inch thick
- D-D2H1-N45 Neodymium Magnet, 2x1mm Disc Magnet
50 Lb Neodymium Magnet
50 lb neodymium magnet
50 lb. Rare Earth Magnets
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ALB rare earth magnets for a plethora of uses and applications.
Available in many forms including disc magnets, holed discs, round bases, blocks, cylinders and more.
Shop through different neodymium metals, weights, and lengths.
Rare earth magnets have a multitude of industrial uses, including welding clamps, oil filters, stud finders, holding banners on cars and floats, trailer hitch rods and plenty of others.
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ALB Magnets N52 magnets
stronger than N50 Pull Force: 50 lbs Magnetized.
Welcome to ALB Magnets where we sell strong magnets for less.
One category of strong magnets that we have in stock is a whole line of ceramic magnets.
Our ceramic magnets are high in demand and are highly versatile.
These have been used in many an industry and with a high success rate.
You can never go wrong with our huge assortment of ceramic magnets.
From inducers, electromagnets and transformers magnets have been used in everything.
We stock both ceramic blocks and rings for whatever projects you need them for.
Browse our site for the most comprehensive selection of ceramic magnets on the web.
Look through our picture gallery to find the product you are looking for and we will deliver it to you.
Many materials have unpaired electron spins, and the majority of these materials are paramagnetic.
When the spins interact with each other in such a way that the spins align spontaneously, the materials are called ferromagnetic (what is often loosely termed as "magnetic").
Due to the way their regular crystalline atomic structure causes their spins to interact, some metals are (Ferro)magnetic when found in their natural states, as ores.
These include iron ore (magnetite or lodestone), cobalt and nickel, as well the rare earth metals gadolinium and dysprosium (when at a very low temperature).
Such naturally occurring (Ferro)magnets were used in the first experiments with magnetism.
Technology has since expanded the availability of magnetic materials to include various manmade products, all based, however, on naturally magnetic elements.
Not only do we have a collection of ceramic magnets but we also have a large range of Neodymium Magnets as well.
These magnets are very robust in relation to their size.
Popular with industries and hobbyists.
Neodymium magnets are used in a wide variety of applications.
From hard drives to headphones to loudspeakers these magnets have seen it all.
Ceramic Magnets or ferrite
Ceramic magnets, or ferrite, are made of a sintered composite of powdered iron oxide and barium/strontium carbonate ceramic.
Due to the low cost of the materials and manufacturing methods, inexpensive Ceramic magnets (or nonmagnetized ferromagnetic cores, for use in electronic components such as radio antennas, for example) of various shapes can be easily mass-produced.
The resulting Ceramic magnets are noncorroding, but brittle and must be treated like other ceramics.
Neodymium magnets also referred to as neodymium-iron-boron (NdFeB) magnets, have the highest magnetic field strength, but are inferior to samarium cobalt in resistance to oxidation and temperature.
This type of magnet has traditionally been expensive, due to both the cost of raw materials and licensing of the patents involved.
This high cost limited their use to applications where such high strengths from a compact magnet are critical.
The use of protective surface treatments such as gold, nickel, zinc and tin plating and epoxy resin coating can provide corrosion protection where required.
Beginning in the 1980s, NIB magnets have increasingly become less expensive.
Even tiny neodymium magnets are very powerful and have important safety considerations. At ALB Magnets you will get the best possible price on these Neodymium magnets.
All you have to do is just browse and choose from our huge selection and we will do the rest.
Plus with shopping online you get the modern convenience of buying from your home or place of business.
Nonetheless, our neodymium magnets come in many different shapes and sizes.
From blocks, cubes, spheres, cylinders to arcs and rings;
we here on our website offer it all.
We can supply you with our neodymium magnets better than the other suppliers out there.
Cylinder Magnets - Neodymium Magnets
Cylinder bullet magnets are used in applications where a focused magnetic field is required.
Bullet Shape, North at the tip, South at the base, N50 Neodymium Magnets Rare Earth Magnets, Magnetized through length.
Pull Force, 4.82 LB.
0.250" (6.35mm) dia x 0.750" (19.05mm) long.
Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) = 20 pcs
Neodymium Cylinder Bullet Magnets have a more concentrated magnetic field when magnetized through the length. This makes them a good option as a sensor magnet where the magnetic field needs more focus in a specific area, or in an application where a very targeted field is required.
How to Separate Strong Magnets
Neodymium magnets are strong. Really strong. If you have never handled neodymium magnets before, you will be surprised at their remarkable strength. They're not the ceramic magnets you find at craft stores.
Whether talking about relatively small magnets like 1/4" diameter D41 discs, or monstrously big block magnets like our BX8X8X8, separating these magnets can prove to challenge to those without experience.
Here, we share some of our strategies and tips for separating strong neodymium magnets.
Neodymium magnets pull towards each other with a strong force. If you try pulling two magnets directly apart, you need quite a bit of force to pull them apart. To separate one magnet from another, you'll need to pull with a force equal to the listed Pull Force Case 1 number.
This can be difficult if the magnet is strong, or if there isn't much area to grab onto the magnet. Most methods of separating these magnets do two things:
They provide more leverage and/or a better way to grip the magnets
They move the magnets apart laterally (sideways), which requires less force
Small magnets can be separated by hand, usually without any mechanical aid. Magnets with listed Pull Force Case 1 values of about 5 lb or less fall into this category. The key is to slide one magnet off the stack with lateral motion.
Neodymium magnets are made of brittle material. Don't let the shiny nickel plating fool you -- these magnets are not as strong as steel. They are more like a brittle ceramic. If you let two magnets slam together, they can crack and break. This is true for magnets large and small. Even small D41 magnets can crack if you let them fly together.
Industrial 50 lb neodymium magnet.
Magnet Resources and Information
Neodymium magnets are the strongest permanent magnets in the world.
What is neodymium?
Neodymium (Nd) is the element with an atomic weight of 60.
You will find it in the lanthanide or rare-earth section of the periodic table.
What are neodymium magnets and how are they made?
Neodymium magnets are the strongest permanent magnets in the world.
They are composed of Neodymium Iron and Boron.
They are also known as Neo, NIB, or NdFeB magnets.
How do they compare to other magnets? Are they the strongest?
Yes, Neodymium magnets are much stronger than any other permanent magnet available today.
Neodymium magnets are about 10 times stronger than ceramic or ferrite magnets.
What does the grade or rating of the magnets mean?
Neodymium magnetic material comes in different grades with different capabilities.
In general, the grades balance the thermal capabilities of the material with the maximum energy product.
Do neodymium magnets require a keeper?
No, Neodymium magnets will retain their strength for a lifetime without a keeper of any kind.
How do I identify the poles of the magnet?
You can use a compass, a gauss meter, or an already identified pole of another magnet.
Is one pole stronger than the other?
No, both poles have the same surface gauss.
Can you make a magnet with only one pole?
No, as far as we know this is completely impossible.
How is the strength of magnets measured?
Gauss meters are used to measure the magnetic field density at the surface of the magnet.
This is referred to as the surface field and is measured in Gauss.
Sometimes it is measured in Tesla.
Pull Force Testers are used to test the holding force of a magnet that is in contact with a flat steel plate.
What is pull force and how is it measured?
The force required to pull a magnet free from a flat steel plate using force perpendicular to the surface.
Does a pull force of 50 lbs.
Mean that the magnet will hold a 50 lb.
Yes, 50 lbs would be the maximum weight the magnet can hold.
The sheer force would be about 18 lbs.
Master Magnets at ALB Hardware
Neodymium Super Disc Magnets 6.5 lb. pull 35 MGOe Silver 1 pc. $1.79.
Ceramic Latch Magnet 50 lb. pull 3.4 MGOe Red 1 pc. $8.29.
150 lb. Pull Retrieving Magnet
Recover dropped or sunk metal objects with a powerful retrieving magnet $999.
This versatile retrieving magnet is a great tool around any shop, garage, septic tank, pool or ranch.
Easily retrieve lost fishing gear, separate scrap iron from waste or clear your garage of nails, screws and sharp metal after your next project! Whatever the application, you can attach your own choice of line or the retrieving magnet can be easily mounted to your wall or workbench as a holdfast.
Retrieve metal objects from tanks and waterways
Separate scrap metal from waste
Includes eye bolt for rope attachments
Remove eyebolt and replace with a threaded rod to use as a pick-up tool.
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