Gold-Plated Samarium Cobalt Disc Magnet
Diameter (in): 0.197
Thickness (inch): 0.080
Approx. Pull: 10 oz.
Finish: Gold Plated
Gold-Plated Samarium Cobalt Disc Magnet Features
- This Gold-Plated Samarium Cobalt Disc Magnet (Grade 26) measures 0.197" (5 mm) in diameters and 0.080" (2 mm) in thickness with an approximate pull of 14 oz.
- Plated with a quadruple layer of Ni-Ci-Ni-Au (Nickel-Copper-Nickel-Gold) using an electrolytic based process for maximum protection.
- Licensed and made under ISO 9001:2015 standards, gold plated magnets are used for therapeutic applications as well as for applications in high temperature environments; industrial, aerospace, military & defense, and medical applications.
- Samarium Cobalt magnets do not typically require any type of plating as they are super resistant to corrosion and oxidation. Gold plated SmCo magnets are useful for decorative purposes, jewelry applications and various magnet therapies for people who are allergic to other metal alloys.
- Item 26DRE1305-AU is axially magnetized through the thickness (THK).
- The standard dimensional tolerance for this magnet is +/-0.004" on both diameter & thickness.
- We also offer Gold Plated Neodymium Disc Magnets, visit this item page to learn more.
*15.00 minimum order (excluding shipping & tax if applicable) - items can be combined to reach the minimum amount.
Please note that special safety precautions should be taken when handling & packaging this material.
Price Each: $8.87
Total Price: $8.87
Samarium Cobalt Disc Magnet Technical Data
|26DRE1305-AU SmCo Disc Magnet Technical Data
|Standard Dimensional Tolerance: +/-0.004" on both Diameter (D) & Thickness (THK)
|Magnetization: Axially Magnetized Through the Thickness (THK)
|Br: 10,500 Gauss
|BHmax: 26 MGOe
|Hc: 9,200 Oersteds
|Hci: 10,000 Oersteds
|Max Operating Temperature: 662ºF/350ºC
|Curie Temp: 825ºF/441ºC
|Density (lb/in3): 0.300
Safety Precautions for Samarium Cobalt Magnets
SmCo magnets are hard, very brittle and high in magnetic strength. They can also snap together with great force, and chip or break if dropped. Therefore, they require careful handling and packing in order to prevent injuries or damages to the magnets.
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