Flat pot magnets of hard ferrite

Flat pot magnets of hard ferrite, galvanized

Alternative to the standard we also offer individual solutions:
» Corrosion protection with black galvanised housing surfaces (up to 720 hours in a salt spray test - depending on the magnet material)
Article number D mm H mm Force* N Weight g Temperature °C  
F10B-v 10+0.1/-0.1 4.5+0.2/-0.1 4 2 200
F13B-v 13+0.1/-0.1 4.5+0.2/-0.1 10 3 200
F16B-v 16+0.1/-0.1 4.5+0.2/-0.1 18 5 200
F20B-v 20+0.1/-0.1 6+0.2/-0.1 30 10 200
F25B-v 25+0.1/-0.1 7+0.3/-0.2 40 18 200
F32B-v 32+0.1/-0.1 7+0.3/-0.2 80 29 200
F36B-v 36+0.2/-0.1 7.7+0.3/-0.2 100 39 200
F40B-v 40+0.2/-0.1 8+0.4/-0.2 125 55 200
F47B-v 47+0.2/-0.1 9+0.5/-0.2 180 84 200
F50B-v 50+0.2/-0.1 10+0.5/-0.2 220 102 200
F57B-v 57+0.2/-0.1 10.5+0.5/-0.2 280 141 200
F63B-v 63+0.3/-0.1 14+0.5/-0.2 350 226 200
F80B-v 80+0.3/-0.1 18+0.5/-0.2 600 468 200
F100B-v 100+0.5/-0.1 22+0.5/-0.2 900 915 200
F125B-v 125+0.5/-0.1 26+0.5/-0.2 1300 1680 200
REACH
RoHS
UV_resistance
PAC free
* The forces have been determined at room temperature on a plate in polished steel (S235JR according to DIN 10 025) with a thickness of 10 mm (1kg ~ 10N). A maximum deviation of -10% compared to the specified value is possible in exceptional cases. Value is exceeded in general. Small cracks in the magnetic material do not influence the force. Depending on the type of application (installation situation, temperatures, counter anchor etc.) the forces can be influenced enormously. The indicated values are serving as an orientation. Please get advice and help from our experts.