Neodymium Countersunk Magnets

Countersunk Magnets: Fit for Every Purpose, Sized for Every Need

At Rochester Magnet, we offer top-quality neodymium countersunk magnets that can be used for a wide range of industrial as well as DIY applications.

Neodymium countersunk magnets are ring-shaped magnets with a hole in the middle. They are incredibly strong compared to ceramic magnets. They are generally used for a wide range of projects such as furniture making, cabinetry, signage, and more.

A Large Range of Neodymium Countersunk Magnets to Choose From

To meet your unique requirements, we provide a range of sizes and strengths for our neodymium countersunk magnets. Whether you’re looking for larger ring magnets or small countersunk disc magnets, we have got you covered.

Rare Earth Magnets Countersunk

For those in need of extra strength and durability, our rare earth magnets countersunk is the perfect choice. Made from neodymium, these magnets offer unparalleled magnetic power in a compact size.

Bulk Countersunk Neodymium Magnets

If you’re looking to buy countersunk neodymium magnets in bulk, look no further. We offer bulk discounts on all our magnets, so you can save money.

Custom Neodymium Countersunk Magnets

In addition to our standard offerings, we also specialize in custom neodymium countersunk magnets.

We can create the right magnet for your project, regardless of the size, shape, or strength that you require. Let us know your needs, and we will collaborate with you to create the right solution.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we offer a variety of countersunk neodymium ring magnets in different sizes and strengths.

Absolutely! We accept custom orders and create bulk countersunk neodymium to fulfill your requirements.

We offer small countersunk magnets in various sizes to suit your needs, whether you’re working on a large-scale project or something more intricate.

Neodymium countersunk magnets are exceptionally strong, typically five to seven times stronger than ceramic (hard ferrite) magnets.

When two neodymium countersunk magnets are stuck together, they can be difficult to separate by pulling them apart. It’s safer to slide them apart one at a time to avoid accidents.

When handling neodymium countersunk magnets, avoid letting them slam together, as their sharp edges can cause cuts or breakage. Always handle them firmly and carefully slide them apart to avoid accidents.

Let’s Meet Your Requirements with Our Countersunk Magnets

Order your countersunk magnets with us today! If you have any questions or need assistance with your order, we are here to assist you.

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