12mm x 3mm Disc
Rare Earth

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Pull Strength:
2.6kg ?
3,064 Gauss
Direction of Magnetism:
Axially (thru 3mm) ?
± 0.05mm
Gloss Nickel
Max Operating Temp:
80°C / 100°C
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Ø 12mm (Diameter)  x  3mm (Thickness)
The dimensions of the product are measured in metric units, with an approximate "tolerance" (manufacturing margin of error) of +/- 0.05mm


Pull Strength:
The approximate force (in metric units) required to remove a magnet from industry-standard 3mm thick mild steel. These "strengths" are measured using mathematical calculations, and should be used as a general guide only.


Direction of Magnetism:
"Axially" magnetised (top to bottom) thru 3mm thickness.
The axis through which a product is magnetised. Products may be magnetised axially, diametrically or otherwise (e.g. multipole). See more about directions of magnetism at our Help Centre.


3,064 Gauss
A measurement of surface "magnetic induction" (B), equal to one ten-thousandth of a Tesla. Gauss indicates the number of lines of magnetic flux per square centimetre, under the CGS metric system.


In permanent magnets, the grade refers to the materials used in the production process. Material "grades" range from low end (weaker) to high end (stronger). See more about magnet grades at our Help Centre. 


- Powerful Rare Earth (Neodymium) permanent magnet.
- High gloss Nickel coating, for protection against corrosion.
- Maximum operating temperature 80°C / 100°C


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Available in Packs of 20, 50 or 100 

Bulk discounts available on orders of 1,000pcs or more. Please contact us to get started.

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  1. Magnetic Number Holders

    Posted by Jenni on 13th Jul 2010

    I embellish a magnet with a rhinestone setting & a central swarovski crystal. Team that with a second magnet, these are then used in a set of four to hold competition numbers on for equestrian competitors. Traditionally safety pins are used, but these are ugly & damage expensive (sometimes into the 1,000's) jackets. The magnets add some "bling" to the outfit. Photos can be seen on http://www.leadingdesigns.com.au/accessories.html

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