How to use Custom Rubber Coated Neodymium Magnets
Rubber’s elasticity, toughness, impermeability, adhesiveness, and electrical resistance make it useful as a coating material. Neodymium magnets wrapped in protective coating rubber feature waterproofing and crushproof, as well as apply to delicate metal surfaces, providing a good level of corrosion protection for outdoor use and leaving no scratch.
With neodymium magnets (NdFeB) inside, rubber-coated magnets have extremely strong holding forces.
With rubber coating outside, neodymium magnets have great durability and high friction and can stand steadily on various surfaces, such as glass.
Rubber coated magnet assembly is a magnet system with bore, countersunk, eyebolt, and hook that can be used with a range of standard fasteners and attachments.
How to use Custom Rubber Coated Neodymium Magnets?
These high-strength, soft-touch rubber-coated magnets and assemblies are designed for different holding/mounting applications, such as furniture fixings, retail fixing, hanging artwork, keeping doors and drawers closed, holding heavy objects: lights, equipment, exhibit fixtures, tools, and other items in warehouses, manufacturing facilities, garages, work stations, etc.
Uncoated neodymium magnets are easily oxidized. To protect our NdFeB magnets from corrosion, we will use different plating.
Nickel-copper-nickel coating is the most common one. But even with electroplated coatings; you’d better use neodymium magnets exclusively in dry indoor areas.
If you want to use magnets in the water or outdoors, NiCuNi+plastic coated is the right choice.
Our plastic-coated magnets are custom magnets wrapped with environment-friendly colorful plastic. They are waterproof and crushproof.
Where to use rubber-coated magnet assembly?
In the office (e.g. magnetic whiteboards)
Long-term use outdoors
In wet surroundings (e.g. bathroom)
Underwater (e.g. Use neodymium magnets in the aquarium to hold flag racks, and powerheads)