Amazon Lightning Deal: 100 X-bet Ceramic Industrial Magnets £6.88 Sold by iHubrShop and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Amazon Lightning Deal: 100 X-bet Ceramic Industrial Magnets £6.88 Sold by iHubrShop and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 26th Oct 2017
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Your search for the Perfect Ceramic Magnets is officially over!

No need to worry about their power, reliability and quality anymore. X-bet MAGNET are the most widely used permanent magnets today.

The 7 Main Benefits:

1. Great for all Home, Office, Craft, Hobby, Science Projects and Product Manufacturing applications. Ceramic Magnets are perfect for glass gems, mirrors, for making refrigerator magnets, bottle cap magnets, small signs, magnetic buttons, and more others.
2. Best Price/Quality. 100 High Quality Magnets in Box.
3. Force - 2800 Gauss, Grade 5 Ceramic.
4. High Resistance to Thermal Stress. Ceramic magnets can be used at fairly high temperatures, although their magnetic properties drop with temperature. At 175° C (350° F), approximately 75% of their room temperature magnetic properties are retained.
5. High resistance to corrosion & oxidation. Ceramic/ferrite magnets are made by the pressing and sintering of a powdered mixture of strontium and iron oxide.
6. Practical size - Large Diameter 18 mm & Small Thick 5 mm.
7. Can be glued on to any surface. These are receptive to most adhesives including hot glue, E6000, Goop, Bond 527, Liquid Nails, 2 part epoxies and more.
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some people might be attracted to this deal others may find it repulsive
Bought 12 packs to make my own HyperLoop using the East Coast Main Line electrical supply ,strapped to an oil barrel. Edinburgh to London in circa 45 minutes.......watch this space.
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some people might be attracted to this deal others may find it repulsive
How do these compare to the neodymium magnets ?(pull measured in kg)
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Lilmonkey5 m ago

How do these compare to the neodymium magnets ?(pull measured in kg)



Ceramic and neodymium magnets are each most appropriate for different applications. Due to their relatively high price and sensitivity to external conditions, neodymium magnets are best only for applications where extremely high magnetic fields are needed, such as powerful turbines and generators and particle physics experiments. The more inexpensive but weaker ceramic magnets are likely best used for more run-of-the-mill jobs such as low-power turbines and generators, classroom science experiments and refrigerator magnets.
Bought 12 packs to make my own HyperLoop using the East Coast Main Line electrical supply ,strapped to an oil barrel. Edinburgh to London in circa 45 minutes.......watch this space.
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