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Which rubber material thickness?
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7th of September, 2016

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The thickness of magnetic rubber material varies between products. We stock a variety of products in varying thicknesses to suit a multitude of applications.

Click here to see our range of magnetic flexible rubber material products.

Regardless of thickness, magnetic rubber cannot attract through material or an air-gap; your magnetic rubber must be in direct contact with a ferrous surface!


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DESCRIPTION
The thinnest 0.4mm magnetic material is inherently lightweight, and magnetically weak.
SUITABLE FOR
This is suitable for inexpensive labels, and mass-produced printed promotional magnets that are cost-effective.
  
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DESCRIPTION
Thin 0.6mm material is still lightweight, with moderate magnetic strength.
SUITABLE FOR
This is suitable for general purpose applications, whiteboard labels, and printed promotional magnets.
  
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DESCRIPTION
Thicker 0.9mm is generally a higher quality, with added durability and strength.
SUITABLE FOR
This is better suited to commercial applications, such as warehouse racking, vehical signage, and craft.
  
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DESCRIPTION:
The thickest 1.6mm material is the strongest and most durable rubber available.
SUITABLE FOR
Used in specialty applications where the power of the magnetic flux is critical to the application.



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