Strong Neodymium Disc/Cylinder Magnets With Countersunk Holes are best for securely attaching magnets to both magnetic and non-magnetic surfaces.
Neodymium disc/cylinder magnets with countersunk holes are small, cylindrical magnets that have a depression on one or both faces, creating a conical-shaped recess. The magnets are typically made from a rare earth metal called neodymium and are known for their strong magnetic properties, making them popular for a variety of applications where a strong magnetic force is required.
The countersunk holes on the magnets allow them to be easily fastened to a surface using screws, making them useful for creating magnetic closures, clasps, and fasteners. They can also be used in a variety of industrial and engineering applications, such as in motors, generators, and sensors.
Neodymium disc/cylinder magnets with countersunk holes come in a range of sizes and strengths, and their strength is usually indicated by their grade. Higher grade magnets have a stronger magnetic field and are capable of lifting heavier weights.