Our cylinder magnets are defined by the diameter, if it's equal to, or smaller than the height. If the height is smaller than the diameter we call it a disc magnet. Cylinder rod magnets are weaker than disc shaped ones due to their smaller magnetic surface area.
Some of our customers use small cylinder magnets to make magnetic locks for jewellery boxes, some also use tiny rod magnets to make bracelet or necklace magnetic closures or locks. Our powerful cylindrical Rare Earth magnets also have been used in the mining industry to detect and separate metal and ferrous particles underground, as well as being commonly used in industrial applications such as rotating machinery, meters, instruments, sensing devices, and holding applications.
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