CN-15-08-06-N

Cone magnet Ø 15/8 mm, height 6 mm

Neodymium, N42, nickel-plated
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Description

These cone magnets are neodymium magnets with special features: The magnetic flux lines are bundled on the small circular surface (8 mm), and therefore the magnets possess a high adhesive force (approx. 3 kg). The base area has a diameter of 15 mm. The north pole is located on the small circular surface.

Cone magnets are perfectly suitable for the use on whiteboards, magnetic boards and other metal surfaces: The stump holds notes on the surface, but the magnet can be removed easily by turning it sideways. When you place the large base on a metal surface, however, it is hard to remove the magnet.
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Technical data

Article ID CN-15-08-06-N
EAN 7640155431293
Material NdFeB
Shape conical
Diameter base area 15 mm
Diameter top surface 8 mm
Height 6 mm
Tolerance +/- 0.1 mm
Direction of magnetisation axial (parallel to height)
Coating Nickel-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni)
Magnetisation N42
Strength approx. 3.1 kg (approx. 30.4 N)
Max. working temperature 80°C
Sticks to whiteboard 20 A4 sheets
Colour Silver-coloured
Weight 4.9 g
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Additional features and tips


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A single cone magnet CN-15-08-06-N holds up to 20 A4 sheets on a whiteboard with no problem. You can basically entrust him with a thin dossier.

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Cone magnets look very classy on a magnetic glass board. They still adhere well, despite the large distance to the metal.
The four available sizes of the cone magnet also look good together. The two larger magnets, however, are hard to separate.
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