small magnets

You may think that small magnets do not have any pulling force but you would be incorrect. The strength of small/tiny magnets can be very impressive depending on the type of material used for the magnets. Let’s take a closer look at what mini magnets are and how they can be used effectively.

What Are The Strongest Small Magnets?

– Strong Neodymium Magnets

Neodymium magnets are the strongest rare-earth magnets you can buy. Due to their predominance of Neodymium (Nd), Iron (Fe), and Boron (B), they are also known as NdFeB magnets, or NIB. They are a relatively recent development, and only recently have they become reasonably priced for daily usage. 

Neodymium material does not process well using standard techniques because it is fragile and prone to chipping and cracking. Heat will be produced during the machining of the magnets, and if it is not carefully regulated, it could demagnetize the magnet or possibly ignite the poisonous substance. Because of how brittle neodymium is, it must be coated for protection. As mentioned above, Neodymium, iron, and boron make up the majority of neodymium magnets’ chemical makeup. The magnet’s iron will corrode if it is exposed to the elements so it is typically ideal for the magnet to be coated in order to prevent it from corrosion and to reinforce the brittle magnet material. There are many coating possibilities, however, nickel is the most prevalent and frequently used. In reality, the nickel, copper, and nickel again layers on our nickel-plated magnets are triple-plated. Our magnets are far more durable than the more typical single nickel-plated magnets thanks to their triple coating.

Why Buy Strong Magnets From Online Magnets (OM)?

– The Magnet Experts

Online Magnets (OM) have been around since 2014 when we sold our first magnet. We stock a variety of small magnets and fishing magnets with varying pulling forces as well as metal detectors and magnet fishing accessories. We cater to all kinds of budgets, so please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any queries about magnets or magnet fishing.

How Strong is a Neodymium Magnet?

What do N35, N38, N42, and N38SH mean? The type of material used to make each neodymium magnet determines its grade. The stronger the magnet, in general, the higher the grade (the number after the ‘N’). N52 is the highest grade of neodymium magnet that is currently offered. Any letter that appears after the grade denotes the magnet’s temperature rating. The magnet is standard temperature neodymium if there are no letters after the grade.

You will be astounded by the strength of neodymium magnets if you have never handled one before. The strongest ceramic magnets are outperformed by neodymium magnets by a factor of over 10. You could certainly utilise a lot smaller neodymium magnets and have a stronger holding force if your project currently uses ceramic magnets.

Craft Magnets

Because of their size, our strong neodymium small magnets are commonly used for displaying arts and crafts. We sell 5 mm x 5 mm Neodymium Cube Magnets as well as Super Strong Rectangle Magnets with dimensions of 20 mm X 10 mm x 4 mm and Super Strong Rectangle Magnets with dimensions of 20 mm X 10 mm x 3 mm. We also stock a variety of disc magnets in differing lengths and sizes depending on what you need.

Magnet Fishing

Magnet fishing is exactly what its name implies. Magnet anglers use lines to which strong magnets are attached rather than a traditional fishing line and fishing hook. These magnets have an extremely strong attraction force. They are also frequently referred to as neodymium magnets, super magnets, recovery magnets, or search magnets. Compared to probers, who additionally need to purchase a metal detector, magnet anglers can purchase their equipment for a reasonable price. Fish cannot be caught in this manner, of course. But fervent magnet anglers aren’t chasing that. They hunt metal objects and things that will eventually float in the water rather than live prey. The main prize: Lost riches, including priceless items like antique coins.

Why wait? Check out our online store and see how these super strong magnets can help you or you may even find a new passion in magnet fishing.