Dia. 10mm x 3mm Screw-on Countersunk Neodymium Magnets N35
10mm outer dia x 3.5mm inner dia x 3mm thick 8pcs/pack (4 facing pairs)
Countersunk Id to fit M3 screw/90° countersunk
Titan Magnetics Screw-on Neodymium Magnets. Small, Neat and Versatile!
a.k.a Screw-on Countersunk Neodymium Magnets N35 Grade.
N35 Grade Neodymium Ring Countersunk Magnet D10mm x 3mm
These small sized facing pair of countersunk neodymium magnets are perfect for any carpentry or home improvement projects.
The specially designed countersunk hole enables the convenient use of flat head countersunk screws for securing to any flat or recessed area.
Be careful if using ferrous metal screws with these countersunk magnets.
Once the screw are inserted into the hole, it will be extremely painful if your finger were to get caught between the pointed screw and another magnet or metal.
Alternative is to use stainless steel screws.
Do not use high power driver to fasten the screws as over tightening might break the brittle countersunk magnet.
Because of the facing pair polarity, it works even if you:
a) secure each of the magnet on 2 separate objects such that it can be magnetically attached or detached
b) you secure both pieces of magnets on a single object and magnetically attach it to metal surfaces.
Detachable, Reusable, Easily Re-positioned and no sticky residues!
– Grade N35 Rare Earth Magnets
– Specially designed countersunk hole works with flat head countersunk screws
– Facing pair polarity allows single or dual objects installation
The possibilities are endless…
Flushed Fit nicely into a dia 10mm hole. Ideal for magnetising wood, plastic, aluminium, thick cardboard objects.
ID1: 8mm appx.
ID2: 3.5mm appx.
Magnetisation: Thru 3mm thickness
Max. Operating Temperature: 80 ° C
Tolerance: ± 0.1 mm
Each pack contains 8 pieces of N35 Grade Ring Countersunk Neodymium Magnets 10mm outer dia x 3.5mm inner dia x 3mm thick (4 facing pairs)
Screws are NOT Included.
– Handle and separate magnet with care
– Only separate them when about to install or use
– Do not allow magnet to jump together after separation
– Do not over tighten magnet with power tools