Neodymium disc magnets
Strong holding force in small space – our high quality disc magnets utilise their strengths daily in numerous situations. Neodymium super magnets help, for instance, in office, in the home workshop, in print shops or for the classy decoration of the apartment. The strong disc magnets in the industry are equally firmly anchored. Flexibility and force at the same time, this combination of useful properties wins over in professional and private context. The circular shaped supported products score by the fact that in comparison to the normal magnets, they hold considerably more weight. This impressive power results from the high level of magnetisation of the compact all-rounder.
Why self-adhesive and non-self-adhesive round magnets?
Neodymium disc magnets are especially well suited for robust clipping, fixing and locking of material due to their high performance. An iron containing surface, a magnet or holding substrate is needed as a counter piece. And which solution pops up if a super magnet should be installed on a surface which cannot hold it? Self-adhesive magnets – often known as adhesive magnets – help along then. They stick reliably on surfaces such as aluminium, plastic or wood, because they form a resilient bond with them. They are quickly affixed, guaranteeing the reliable holding substrates. Adhesive magnets are everywhere; they function as a part of folders of quotations or presentation documents. Demanding product packaging also counts on a self-adhesive magnetic lock. Reliable in handling, elegant in with respect to visuals and design.
What are the magnetisations, sizes and holding forces of the disc magnets?
We fulfil the wishes of our customers and offer disc magnets in many differentiated gradations with respect to measurements and strengths. Our range is:
- nickel plated (Ni-Cu-Ni)
- copper coloured
- painted black
All are made of NdFeB and were axially magnetised. The direction of magnetisation runs parallel to the central axis. Thus, the poles are directly on the circular surfaces.