1.500" (38.09mm) long x 1.500" (38.09mm) wide x 0.125" (3.17mm) thick, N50 Rare Earth Neodymium Square Magnet, Magnetized through the thickness. Nickel Plated.
Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) = 1 pc
Square Magnets are typically used as motor magnets, generator magnets, pump motors, holding magnets, and sensor magnets. The surface area of a square magnet gives a strong hold when paired with steel or another magnet, and the contour of the magnetic field makes them an option for most motors, generators and pumps.
Neodymium square magnets can be manufactured with the direction of magnetization through the thickness or width. Most square magnets are magnetized through the thickness when used in motors, generator and pumps, however, some applications are better suited for the direction of magnetization to be through the width.
When a square magnet is used in motors, pumps and generators, the grade and coating of the magnet should be considered carefully. Knowing the temperature requirements, the operating environment, and the field strength needed from the square magnet will be important prior to magnet production.
SM Magnetics, the engineering and manufacturing sister company of SuperMagnetMan, has been assisting Corporate customers for many years with their custom neodymium square magnet and magnetic assembly applications.
SM Magnetics works with Corporate customers to optimize their design and can then manufacture the specific neodymium square magnet or magnetic assembly to meet the required specification. SM Magnetics has their own ISO certified factories and controls the entire manufacturing process when making individual magnets or entire magnetic sub-assemblies. For assistance from a technical representative at SM Magnetics, click here for the contact info.
For a list of neodymium magnet materials and their characteristics, visit our Neodymium Magnet Table section. Use care and caution when handling neodymium magnets, as outlined in our Magnet Safety section.
S1503Regular price $15.00
|Max Working Temp||60°C|
|Direction of Magnetism||Through thickness|