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Ceramic Block Magnet


CB60N

Our hard ceramic ferrite magnets are composed of iron oxide and strontium carbonate. Ceramic magnets exhibit relatively good holding strength for their price, making them a popular choice for many consumer, commercial and technical applications.

  • Use to make lightweight items magnetic
  • Perfect for home, school, office and shop
  • Ideal for crafters, teachers and do-it-yourselfers
Regular price
$19.99
Sale price
$19.99
TECHNICAL SPECS
Grade
5
Magnet Material
Ceramic
Magnet Shape
Block
Magnetization Orientation
Through Thickness
MMI Part #
CB60N
Product Color
Charcoal Gray
Product Length/Depth (In.)
1.875
Product Shape
Rectangle
Product Thickness (In.)
0.393
Product Width (In.)
0.875
Pull Rating
4.19
Weight (lbs)
0.108
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

CB60N

Our hard ceramic ferrite magnets are composed of iron oxide and strontium carbonate. Ceramic magnets exhibit relatively good holding strength for their price, making them a popular choice for many consumer, commercial and technical applications.

  • Use to make lightweight items magnetic
  • Perfect for home, school, office and shop
  • Ideal for crafters, teachers and do-it-yourselfers

Ceramic Block Magnet


CB60N

Our hard ceramic ferrite magnets are composed of iron oxide and strontium carbonate. Ceramic magnets exhibit relatively good holding strength for their price, making them a popular choice for many consumer, commercial and technical applications.

  • Use to make lightweight items magnetic
  • Perfect for home, school, office and shop
  • Ideal for crafters, teachers and do-it-yourselfers

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Grade5
Magnet MaterialCeramic
Magnet ShapeBlock
Magnetization OrientationThrough Thickness
MMI Part #CB60N
Product ColorCharcoal Gray
Product Length/Depth (In.)1.875
Product ShapeRectangle
Product Thickness (In.)0.393
Product Width (In.)0.875
Pull Rating4.19
Weight (lbs)0.108

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