3/4 x 1/8 Inch Waterproof Neodymium Rare Earth Disc Magnets N52 with Black Epoxy (10 Pack)
|Quantity of Sets||Set Price||Discount|
|Buy 2||$18.04/set||5% Off|
|Buy 3||$17.09/set||10% Off|
|Buy 5||$16.14/set||15% Off|
|Buy 10||$15.19/set||20% Off|
|Buy 25||$14.24/set||25% Off|
|Buy 50||$13.29/set||30% Off|
Our super strong 3/4 x 1/8 inch neodymium rare earth permanent disc magnets offer a powerful fastening solution in a relatively small footprint. With a pull force of 12.1 lbs, these grade N52 magnets are perfect for a wide range of applications, from home improvement projects to industrial and business use, as well as scientific research.
In home improvement projects, they can be used for DIY projects like building a magnetic knife holder or a magnetic spice rack, or even to secure art pieces on the wall.
In industrial and business applications, these magnets are ideal for holding metal objects in place during welding or assembly processes. They can also be used to hold signs or banners in place, making them ideal for trade shows or outdoor events.
These magnets also work well in leather goods, medical devices, X-ray shields, and more. Unlike other fasteners like velcro, which can be bulky and noticeable, magnets can be completely hidden from view, making them ideal for applications where aesthetics and important. Additionally, magnets are long-lasting and can withstand wear and tear better than other fasteners like adhesive or velcro.
If you're looking for a versatile and reliable fastener, our 3/4 x 1/8 inch grade N52 rare earth neodymium disc magnets are an excellent choice. Order now and experience the strength of these impressive magnets in your next project!
Black Epoxy Coating
Epoxy coated magnets are commonly used in industrial and commercial applications due to their exceptional corrosion and chemical resistance, making them ideal for outdoor or marine enviroments.
Interested in more epoxy coated magnets? Shop our full selection of waterproof epoxy coated magnets.
Very strong magnets and at a good price
Total Element comes through as always. FYI, the discs each have a small spot not covered by the coating. A result, I’m sure, of the coating process. No big deal for my applications but I wouldn’t submerge them. Cheers!