Starbond Neodymium Magnets
Starbond’s Neodymium Magnets are powerful, durable, and versatile. Whether you are making drawers, assembling jewelry, making fridge magnets, or turning wood, you can find a multitude of uses for these incredible little powerhouses.
Triple coated in Ni+Cu+Ni, our neodymium magnets are tough and built to last. We went all out to ensure that we have the highest quality coating available. These magnets are corrosion and rust resistant, making them perfect for any project.
Neodymium magnets are known around the world for their incredible strength to weight ratio. On top of that, they are heavily resistant to demagnetization, so you know you can rely on them to hold. Your imagination is the only limit to what these little magnets can accomplish!
Neodymium Magnet Safety Tips
- Always handle neodymium magnets with care and avoid letting them slam together as they can chip, crack or shatter, which can be dangerous. Eye protection is strongly recommended.
- Keep neodymium magnets away from children and ensure that they do not play with them as they can pose a serious choking hazard.
- Neodymium magnets can interfere with pacemakers, ICDs and other implanted medical devices, so it's important to keep them away from people who have such devices.
- Avoid contact with neodymium magnets if you have a nickel allergy, as they are nickel-plated.
- Keep neodymium magnets away from magnetic media, GPS, and smartphones as their magnetic fields can interfere with these devices.
- Neodymium magnets can become demagnetized at high temperatures, so avoid exposing them to temperatures higher than 176°F.
- Neodymium magnet dust and powder are flammable, so avoid drilling or machining them.
- Neodymium magnets are not waterproof, so keep them away from moisture to prevent corrosion and loss of magnetic strength.
- Remember to always handle neodymium magnets with care and use them responsibly to prevent personal injury and damage to the magnets themselves.
How to Safely Separate Your Magnets?
- Slide one magnet off the top of the stack.
- Once off the stack, carefully start lifting the magnet.
- Lift the magnet to free it from the stack.
- DO NOT attempt to pull, lift, or pry a magnet from the stack before sliding it to the side.
- DO NOT throw away the white storage spacers.
- DO NOT allow the magnets to snap to each other or any magnetic surface. doing so may cause magnets to break!