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Ceramic Ring Magnet

5.275'' O.D. x 2.24'' I.D. x 0.75'' Thk.¸ 19.91 lbs. pull
CR525CNMAG

These round shaped ceramic rings are perfect for do-it-yourself projects and making your own magnets. Glue to the back of any light to medium weight item and place on refrigerators, lockers, white boards or any ferrous metal surface. Perfect for home, school and office. 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

Master Magnetics is your Magnet Source for Ceramic Magnets. Check out our full collection here.


Regular price
$19.99
Sale price
$19.99
TECHNICAL SPECS
Grade
5
Inner Diameter
2.24
Magnet Material
Ceramic
Magnet Shape
Ring
Magnetization Orientation
Through Thickness
MMI Part #
CR525CNMAG
Product Color
Charcoal Gray
Product Shape
Ring
Product Thickness (In.)
0.75
Pull Rating
19.91
Weight (lbs)
2.418
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
5.275'' O.D. x 2.24'' I.D. x 0.75'' Thk.¸ 19.91 lbs. pull
CR525CNMAG

These round shaped ceramic rings are perfect for do-it-yourself projects and making your own magnets. Glue to the back of any light to medium weight item and place on refrigerators, lockers, white boards or any ferrous metal surface. Perfect for home, school and office. 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

Master Magnetics is your Magnet Source for Ceramic Magnets. Check out our full collection here.


CR525CNMAG Ceramic Ring Magnet - 45 Degree Angle View
CR525CNMAG Ceramic Ring Magnet - Compared to Penny for Size Reference
CR525CNMAG Ceramic Ring Magnet - Side View
CR525CNMAG Ceramic Ring Magnet - Bottom View
CR525CNMAG Ceramic Ring Magnet - Top View

Ceramic Ring Magnet

5.275'' O.D. x 2.24'' I.D. x 0.75'' Thk.¸ 19.91 lbs. pull
CR525CNMAG

These round shaped ceramic rings are perfect for do-it-yourself projects and making your own magnets. Glue to the back of any light to medium weight item and place on refrigerators, lockers, white boards or any ferrous metal surface. Perfect for home, school and office. 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

Master Magnetics is your Magnet Source for Ceramic Magnets. Check out our full collection here.


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Regular price
$21.30
Sale price
$21.30
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Grade 5
Inner Diameter 2.24
Magnet Material Ceramic
Magnet Shape Ring
Magnetization Orientation Through Thickness
MMI Part # CR525CNMAG
Product Color Charcoal Gray
Product Shape Ring
Product Thickness (In.) 0.75
Pull Rating 19.91
Weight (lbs) 2.418

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