Our?43mm Female Rubber Encased Holding Magnet has an outside diameter of 43mm, a thickness of 6mm and has an M4 threaded female stud. This holding magnet has a pull force of 6 kilograms before releasing (on a 3mm mild steel plate) and also has an epoxy rubber like coating. Furthermore this Rubbermag comes with a easy to grip handle.
Customers can identify our 43mm Female Rubber Encased Holding Magnet with our stock code: RUBBERMAG43F
Uses for our 43mm Female Rubber Encased Holding Magnet:
Our Rubbermag’s are ideal for use in those environments where a softer touch is required. Due to the strong Neodymium magnet contained within the epoxy casing, these magnets have a strong pull but are gentle enough for use on areas like car paint. We feel so strongly about this that our own sign-writing team use these magnets daily to hold prints on client vehicles, boats, cars or even planes. These magnets work a treat!
The female version of our Rubbermag’s come with a threaded stud that can be used to attach your own handle. Alternatively, if you are looking for a rubber magnet with a handle then try our RUBBERMAG43F or as we also call it our Signmag. This comes with a handle making it easy to apply and remove.
Be aware that due to the epoxy coating these magnets have a lower pull opposed to a raw magnet. Because of this, we recommend that you use a larger magnet than you need.
Neodymium rubber magnets have a very high power to size ratio, even the smallest Neodymium magnets have a surprisingly large amount of pull. If subjected to temperatures of over 80°C Neodymium’s will start to permanently lose their magnetic properties. For high-temperature environments, we recommend the use of Samarium magnets.
If applying to a delicate surface ensure the application surface is clean, these magnets will protect against abrasion but only on a clean surface.
See below for a list of our FEMALE THREADED rubber magnets;
As a result of these being so powerful and wanting to attract to each other, we must warn you of some potential hazards.
- Magnets can be deadly if ingested, not recommended for children.
- Use eye protection while using our magnets because if two join with force they may break or shatter.
- Magnets can wipe magnetic media such as credit cards, keep magnets away from these to avoid data loss.
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