Ring Magnets &
Countersunk Magnets

Magnets with screws are common using in window and screen displays,shop-fitting, shelving and lighting fixtures, as well as to hold and hang signage. Frequently people use neodymium magnets screwfix closures for cabinets, gates and door latches and any other hidden magnetic closure mechanism. The hole allows the neodymium countersunk magnets to be secured on any surface with a screw or bolt. Thus, cheap neodymium magnets are much pleasing.

countersunk magnet with srew

Ring Magnets & Countersunk Magnets Features

Multiple options

Neodymium magnets come in different grades, corresponding to their magnetic fields’ strength, ranging from N35 to N52.

Because of the increasing demand for people’s production and life, it is typical to find consumer-grade magnets in the N40 to N42 range. While, in volume production, N35 is often used if size and weight are not a major consideration as it is less expensive.

  • round shape: round shape magnets with a countersunk hole in the middle.
  • rectangle shape: rectangle shape magnets with a countersunk hole in the middle or with two holes in each side.



Preferred direction of magnetization is axial. However, in many field, such as motor and senor fields, radial magnetization is essential.




Neodymium magnets are hard and brittle and may chip or break if dropped off.

Magnets may corrode in humid conditions.

Magnets can pinch and break bones. Use extreme caution when handling magnets to avoid magnets snapping or slamming together. Do not put hands, fingers, or any other body parts between magnets.

Please use caution when handling magnetized neodymium magnets, their exceptional magnetic force may cause them to attract to metal (or to each other) so strongly that fingers in their path could prove painful.

Disc Magnets & Cylinder Magnets Applications

use of countersunk magnets
use of countersunk magnets
use of countersunk magnets
use of countersunk magnets

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