Flat pot magnets of Neodymium-iron-boron (NdFeB)

Flat pot magnets of NdFeB, with bore and counter bore, 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 d1 mm d2 mm Force* N Weight g Temperature °C  
F10-NdCv 10+0.1/-0.1 4.5+0.1/-0.1 2.6+0.1/-0.1 5.2+1/0 19 2 80
F13-NdCv 13+0.1/-0.1 4.5+0.1/-0.1 3.5+0.1/-0.1 6.6+1/0 40 4 80
F16-NdCv 16+0.1/-0.1 4.5+0.1/-0.1 3.5+0.1/-0.1 6.6+1/0 75 6 80
FG016NdC-00v-11 ¹ 16+0.2/-0.2 4.5+0.2/-0.1 3.5+0.2/-0.2 6.6+0.7/0 65 5.5 80
F20-NdCv 20+0.1/-0.1 6+0.1/-0.1 4.5+0.1/-0.1 9.3+1/0 105 13 80
F25-NdCv 25+0.1/-0.1 7+0.2/-0.2 4.5+0.1/-0.1 9.0+1/0 160 24 80
F32-NdCv 32+0.1/-0.1 7+0.2/-0.2 5.5+0.1/-0.1 11.0+1/0 310 39 80
F40-NdCv 40+0.1/-0.1 8+0.2/-0.2 5.5+0.1/-0.1 10.3+1/0 500 73 80
FG047NdC-00v-00 ¹ 47+0.2/-0.1 9.2+0.2/-0.3 8.5+0.1/-0.1 17.3+1/0 740 97 80
REACH
RoHS
UV_resistance
PAC free
¹ Housing punched from strip steel, rear chamfer with radius
* 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. 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.