Rectangular magnets reliably and permanently perform their services in innumerable holding applications. The principle behind it: Due to their extensive and smooth surface, the rectangular magnets form an excellent bond to all magnetic materials. Their shape additionally gives the products a stable character. In direct comparison to the normal magnets, the rectangular rare earth element magnets score with a clearly strong magnetisation level. As a consequence, they surpass the holding force of the known ferrite magnets by around ten folds. The popularity of this product is based on its great price-performance ratio. We offer these magnets as self-adhesive and non-self-adhesive variants in our MagnetiQ magnet shop.
What are the properties and features of the high-performance rectangular magnets?The properties of height, holding force, the length of the short side as well as the length of the long side interact among the measurements to be noted. The rectangular magnets with exactly same long sides (squares) and examples with a shorter and a longer side (rectangle) must be differentiated. We make square block magnets with intermediate steps in the range of 8 x 8 millimetre to 25.4 x 25.4 millimetre. Rectangular magnets begin in our online shop at 7 x 6 millimetre and end with the values 40 x 15 millimetre. Their holding force starts at 550 gram and reaches up to a strong 20 kilogram. Between the fine value of one millimetre and 12.7 millimetres, the height of the range varies.
Where do permanent magnets score points in practice?Permanent magnets have many practical advantages: They possess and retain a static magnetic field. In contrast to an electromagnet, they do not require an electric current flow. With their help, various useful objects and utensils can be fixed effectively and reliably on suitable, mostly ferrous surfaces. Whether pinboard, planning board with magnetic plates, cupboard door lock or the attachment of name tags to clothing - the applications make everyday life and work noticeably easier. Many innovative and compact designs are not possible without magnetic components.
In addition to the obvious applications, many types of magnets are invisibly installed in electrical devices: They include electric toothbrushes, induction hobs and computers. Loudspeakers and hard drives need magnets to perform their function. The principle of magnetism is the driving force of industry. However, this is not the end of the practical benefits. Data protection and data security are playing an increasingly important role in almost all areas of modern life in Europe. The extremely powerful magnets play their part in this sensitive aspect by being used when deleting hard disks or EC/credit cards.