This rubber-coated neodymium magnet measures 22mm (depth) x 6mm (height). It has a center hole with an M3 internal thread. The rubber coating protects surfaces. The magnetic pull force of this rare earth magnet is 5kg and it weighs 12g.
The friction between the rubber-coated magnet and steel cover surfaces creates better sliding resistance for rubber-coated magnets compared to regular magnets.
The rubber coating can protect against corrosion and prevent easy scratch on surfaces. These magnets are commonly used with eye bolts screwed into their center holes or hooks to suspend outdoor equipment, or to string guide wires or obstacles.
They are waterproof and suitable for marine, aquatic, and outdoor environments. Magnetic attraction eliminates the need for drilling into surfaces, and the rubber coating provides surface protection.
These magnets are used by farmers, campers, truck drivers and emergency personnel to create anchor points on the exterior of their vehicles to string hazard tape, signage, or lighting.
Rubber-coated magnets are also used on construction sites and in situations where metal impact could pose a danger. Containers, mobile homes, portable classrooms, and offices often have metal doors, walls, and ceilings. These magnets offer a way to create anchor points without damaging the surface.
rubber-coated magnets are ideal for securing or creating connection systems for non-metal materials. The rubber coating provides protection for both the magnet and its attached surface. This can be beneficial when dealing with painted metal surfaces.
Other advantages include increased resistance to sliding or shifting caused by shear force, and increased protection against corrosion and impact damage, which are major causes of magnet failure. Rubber protects the magnet and ensures its long-term reliable and consistent operation.
Applications include latch or latch bolts for metal doors or gates, where regular magnets may damage the surface, or attaching signage to painted metal surfaces using external threads and nuts. Wood or acrylic panels can be secured to metal window frames to provide temporary protection or safety screens. Similarly, brackets or pedestals can be attached to external threads, allowing any object to be attached to steel.
The rubber coating of the magnet can protect surfaces from scratches or damage, especially in situations where repositioning or removal is frequent.