R-60-06-30-N

Ring magnet Ø 60/6 mm, height 30 mm

Neodymium, N45, nickel-plated
promptly deliverable

Description

"One Ring to rule them all. One Ring to find them. One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them."
A giant ring magnet (actually closer to a disc with a drill hole) that can be tied with a piece of cord. You can use this to drag your bicycle (and who knows what else) out of the river without a problem. Other uses: Pull your keychain out of a gully or Euro coins out of a pond. This ring magnet is dangerous and not suitable for children or any kind of "fun use", as it can seriously pinch fingers or lead to any number of injuries. If you don't have any experience with neodymium magnets, please buy a smaller magnet first. (Cord not included)
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Technical data

Article ID R-60-06-30-N
Material NdFeB
Shape Ring
Outer diameter 60 mm
Inner diameter 6 mm
Height 30 mm
Tolerance +/- 0,1 mm
Direction of magnetisation axial (parallel to height)
Coating Nickel-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni)
Magnetisation N45
strength approx. 120 kg (approx. 1180 N)
Max. working temperature 80°C
Weight 640 g
PDF data sheet

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Additional features and tips


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Adhesive force in relation to the air gap between magnet and steel plate.

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This huge ring has drill holes with two different diameters. On one side, the drill hole diameter is 6 mm and the depth is 20 mm...
... on the other side the diameter is 16 mm and 10 mm deep.

You could also fasten it with a large screw (but be careful - the slant is not 45 degrees - a normal counter-sunk screw would therefore not be sufficient, a rubber buffer or something similar would be necessary.)
Incidentally, Euro coins are magnetic and will be attracted by this magnet.
The cardboard pieces between the giant magnet and the nails are over 40 mm thick.
A single nail flies to the magnet from a distance of 10 cm.
Luckily, we laid a thick piece of cardboard on the cutting board before we started this experiment - otherwise we could barely have removed the magnet again. I also recommend this precaution to you - so that you don't end up scratching the paint off your filing cabinet when pulling the magnets off...
The weight of a bicycle is naturally no problem for this magnet.
Even when the magnet is only in contact with a small piece of the bicycle...
For details, see the cross-section sketch. If you need a higher resolution to see all the dimensions, please click on the sketch.
Note that the slant can be slightly different than 2 mm - this sketch is only to give you a general idea of the layout.
The north pole is located on the are with the larger opening.