Countersunk Magnets

Countersunk Magnets

A countersunk magnet is an uncommon circle/block/ring/circular segment magnet (neodymium, ferrite) with an opening fit for the screw. We can give neodymium countersunk magnets to different applications. Magnets with countersunk/counter bore mounting apertures can be tightened with the screw head flush to the surface.

Countersunk magnets are made of a great circle/block/ring/curve magnet depressed into a treated steel shell, implying that the north pole is on the focal point of the attractive face and the south pole is on the external edge around it. The treated steel pot builds the magnets' adhesive power, giving them an inconceivable hold for their size and expanding their protection from erosion. Another benefit of circle/block/ring/curve magnets is that they are impervious to chipping or breaking following steady contact with a steel surface. These magnets are counter-exhausted on the attractive face and can be fixed to a character with a screw. Interests are likewise accessible with subsets and strung studs.

 

Uses for Countersunk Magnets

These ring-molded magnets look like washers with a raised surface and an opening in the middle. The wedge and the space exist so the countersunk magnet (otherwise called subset magnet) can be moored set up with a solitary screw. We sell an assortment of countersunk blocks with openings that permit you to utilize screws, nails, or fasteners to join the magnet to an alternate surface.

 

We’re going to show you how to use countersunk magnets to make life easier around the house.

 

Latches that are magnetic

Countersunk magnets might be a useful solution if you have an entryway that won’t remain open. Install a countersunk magnet in the floor at the entryway’s edge and another on the entryway (if it isn’t already magnetic). When the entrance is open, it will hook onto the floor's magnet and wait. You can likewise utilize magnetic latches for keeping kitchen cupboards or drawers shut, just as with file organizers or storage spaces. Honestly, strong neodymium countersunk magnets can hold anything open or closed!

Hidden Magnetic Holder

Do you need a place to stash your family’s hidden treasures? First and foremost, cut off or locate a wooden edge that will fit within the photo positioning. Add a magnetic board behind the trim and introduce a magnetic hook between the wooden casing and the photo placement. By adding a composition or picture to the case, anything added will stay hidden. A hidden compartment for extra capacity can be created with a photo location and few countersunk magnets. You can hang your things utilizing pin magnets. You can find a more point-by-point instructional exercise here on a past blog entry.

 

Science Experiment

Need a simple test to keep the youngsters occupied? By utilizing some bar magnets, you can make an empty pyramid. When a countersunk magnet is added to the pyramid, you can watch it revolve around without touching it. The children will think it's sorcery, yet you can disclose to them the enchantment of attraction!

 

Additional usage.

It is essential to utilize neodymium countersunk magnets as per the maker's guidelines. Their utilization goes from science classification showings to intrigue creates, stud locators, or coordinators. They can furthermore be utilized on steel gadget holders to adhere little apparatuses to them. Notwithstanding, whenever wrapped on the floor, tiny countersunk magnets can lose a little draw power.

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