Nonmarring Encased Ceramic Magnets Introduction
Nonmarring Encased Ceramic Magnet is a type of magnet that contains a ceramic magnet core encased in a nonmarring housing. The housing material is typically made of nonmagnetic, non-conductive materials such as plastic or rubber. These magnets are designed to protect surfaces from being scratched or damaged when they come into contact with the magnet.
Nonmarring Encased Ceramic Magnets Specifications
|Thickness Tolerance||-0.063″ to 0.063″|
|OD Tolerance||-0.063″ to 0.063″|
|Maximum Pull||6 lbs.|
|Sets of Poles||1|
|Maximum Temperature||175° F|
|Maximum Energy Product||28 kJ/m³|
Nonmarring Encased Ceramic Magnets Applications
Nonmarring Encased Ceramic Magnets are commonly used in various applications where strong magnetism is required but surface protection is also important, such as in automotive, industrial, and household use.