Rubber Pot Magnets / Rubber coated magnets are high in magnetic strength and weatherproof so they are ideal for indoor and outdoor applications where high magnetic strength is required. They are frequently used for holding, mounting and fixing purposes, from mounting lights or fixtures to equipment repair, holding tools and organizing items in warehouses, workstations and outdoor areas.
- Strong pull force, waterproof, durable, high traction, corrosion resistant, temperature resistant, magnets do not easily chip.
- Constructed with N35 Neodymium magnet encased in a steel structure & coated with a protective rubber coating.
- Internal Female Thread accommodates standard fasteners & attachments.
- NdFeB Magnets are axially magnetized (through the thickness).
- Isoprene Black Rubber Coating is approx. 0.762mm thick.
- Maximum recommended operating temperature is 70°C
Corrosion is the most common reason for a failing magnet. By adding a rubber-coating to a magnet you increase its resistance to corrosion and what’s more they are safe to use on easily marked surfaces without scratching. Typical applications include suspending outdoor cameras, heavy-duty gate and door latches, hanging signage and mounting sensors.
Best used in a shear position, rubber-coated pot magnets have a superior slide resistance over regular magnets due to the increased friction generated between a rubber and smooth steel surface.
Compared to standard pot magnets without a rubber coating, these rubberized pot magnets are thinner and more unobtrusive. There is a steel plate under the rubber coating with 6 embedded magnets. They are arranged alternately with north and south pole facing up. Our neodymium channel magnets are sintered for optimal magnetic strength and axially magnetized (the magnetism direction is along the axis of the magnet from the north to the south poles as shown).
Rubber Pot Magnets with Internal Threaded are made with Neodymium Magnet
Rubber Pot Magnets with External Threaded are made with Neodymium Magnet