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Countersunk Neodymium Magnets

Neodymium Countersunk Magnets are a unique type of neodymium disc/block magnet with a countersunk hole to fit a screw perfectly. Magnets with countersunk mounting holes allowing them to be screwed in place with the screw head flush making them ideal for any DIY task. Common uses for these magnets include DIY, Cabinet making, retail units and shelving units.

 

Countersunk Magnets FAQs

What are rare earth countersunk magnets?

Neodymium rare earth magnets are the strongest type of magnet commercially available and are commonly used in retail, DIY, home improvement and manufacturing. The central hole is the perfect shape for a countersunk screw giving a flush finish to any project or product. They are made from a combination of neodymium, iron and boron which together make a powerful magnetic field.

How quickly am I likely to receive my order?

All orders are dispatched as quickly as possible. Our team will ensure all orders placed before 1pm (Monday – Friday excluding bank holidays) are sent the same day. Each packer will inspect the item quality as they are packing and dispatching order to ensure you receive only the best quality goods. If you have any questions regarding your order our friendly team are available to help 9am – 5.30pm Monday to Friday so please get in touch via our contact page.

Can you get Countersunk Magnets in different shapes?

Although Countersunk disc magnets are the most popular shape available, you can get countersunk magnets in almost any shape or size. If your looking for something specific and can’t find it, get in touch.

Are they magnetic on both sides?

We often get asked whether the countersunk ring magnets are magnetic on the countersunk face,  the answer is yes magnets are magnetic on both sides.

What are the differences between countersunk magnets and pot magnets?

Pot magnets are designed for clamping on to another surface and therefore need a protective casing. The protective casing is usually made from steel.

Will magnets come in pairs?

Our magnets are identical so will not come in pairs or sets. If you need to create a clasp type mechanism we would recomend purchasing some steel washers.