Cylindrical Pot Magnets

Our cylinder-shaped neodymium magnetic base is the ideal medium for holding parts in very confined spaces, where high magnetic force is required.


Neodymium cylindrical bases are magnetic systems, recommended to hold pieces in reduced space in which a lot of force is required, in which a powerful magnet is inserted into a cylindrical steel container, which when close to a thick iron surface , makes it easier to increase the holding force of the magnet.

Neodymium cylindrical magnetic bases are the ideal means for holding parts in very confined spaces, where a great magnetic force is needed. Neodymium bases are created from neodymium magnets, characterized by being the most powerful permanent magnet on the market and with a great capacity to tolerate the force to which it is subjected. However, the cylindrical Neodymium base has a low resistance to corrosion, which is why we mostly find them with a coating.

The neodymium cylindrical magnetic base is usually used in dry indoor places since they have a low resistance to oxidation, however, they are usually used with a nickel or rubber coating to act as protection and durability over time. In addition, it increases resistance to corrosion.


Standard measurements:

Code A (mm) C (mm) Weight (g) Strength (Kg) Strength (N)
BASN01420 6 20 45 1 10
BASN01421 8 20 8 2.5 25
BASN01414 10 20 12.5 5 50
BASN01415 13 20 20 8 80
BASN01416 16 20 32 15 150
BASN01417 20 25 60 28 280
BASN01418 25 35 135 45 450
BASN01419 32 40 250 70 700

*The force is calculated on a 10 mm metal plate.


The neodymium cylindrical container is a cylindrical piece of iron and with an outer layer of paint, the load applied to the magnets will be less. This cylindrical neodymium base the greater the height and diameter of the magnet, the greater the force.

Maximum working temperature:

The standard working temperature is 80°C. For higher working temperature, please contact our sales department.

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