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Retaining Magnet Assemblies


Retaining Magnet Assemblies GN 50.1 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, without Thread Metric Size, Steel

 X

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GN 50.25 Retaining Magnet Assemblies with Threaded Bushing Metric Size, Stainless Steel X

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GN 58 Pot Magnet Assemblies with Thru Hole Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 51.3 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, with Threaded Stud and Rubber Jacket Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 54.1 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Rod-Shaped, with Smooth Finish Metric Size, Brass X

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GN 52.4 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Rod-Shaped, with Stud Metric Size, Steel X

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Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies

X

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GN 50.3 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, with Threaded Stud Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 50.4 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, with Thru Hole Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 51.2 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, with Threaded Bushing and Rubber Jacket Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 51.4 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, with Thru Hole and Rubber Jacket Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 52.2 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Rod-Shaped, with Internal Thread Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 60 Button-type Magnets with Thru Hole Metric Size, Steel X

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Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies

X

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GN 50.2 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, with Threaded Bushing Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 50.45 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, with Thru Hole Metric Size, Stainless Steel X

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GN 51.5 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Disc-Shaped, with Internal Thread and Rubber Jacket Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 52.1 Retaining Magnet Assemblies Rod-Shaped, with Smooth Finish Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 52.3 Sandwich Magnet Assemblies Rod-Shaped, with Internal Thread Metric Size, Steel X

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GN 62 U-Shaped Magnets with Thru Hole Metric Size, Steel X

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Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies

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GN 50.1 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWKRXW7KUHDGš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Steel, zinc plated

GN 50.1 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Hard ferrite SrFe (HF type), samarium and cobalt combination AlNiCo (SC type), or neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

Mount in place with glue or with a side-mounted side screw (for example, GN 913.2 grub screw with pointed nose).

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Types HF and SC temperature resistant to 390°F (200°C), Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

HF Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d Dia.

d tolerance

h Thickness

h tolerance

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.1-HF-10

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

4

50.1-HF-13

13 (.51)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

10

50.1-HF-16

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

18

50.1-HF-20

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

6 (.24)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

30

50.1-HF-25

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

40

50.1-HF-32

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

80

50.1-HF-40

40 (1.57)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

8 (.31)

+.4/-.1 (+.016/-.004)

125

50.1-HF-50

50 (1.97)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

10 (.39)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

220

50.1-HF-63

63 (2.48)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

14 (.55)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

350

50.1-HF-80

80 (3.15)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

18 (.71)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

600

50.1-HF-100

100 (3.94)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

22 (.87)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

900

50.1-HF-125

125 (4.92)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

26 (1.02)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

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GN 50.1 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies_'LVF6KDSHGš:LWKRXW7KUHDGš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

SC Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d Dia.

d tolerance

h Thickness

h tolerance

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.1-SC-6

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

5

50.1-SC-8

8 (.31)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

11

50.1-SC-10

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

20

50.1-SC-13

13 (.51)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

40

50.1-SC-16

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

60

50.1-SC-20

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

90

50.1-SC-25

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

150

50.1-SC-32

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

220

ND Type

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Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d Dia.

d tolerance

h Thickness

h tolerance

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.1-ND-6

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

5

50.1-ND-8

8 (.31)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

13

50.1-ND-10

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

25

50.1-ND-13

13 (.51)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

60

50.1-ND-16

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

95

50.1-ND-20

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

140

50.1-ND-25

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

200

50.1-ND-32

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

350

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GN 50.3 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUHDGHG6WXGš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing and threaded stud Steel, zinc plated

GN 50.3 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Hard ferrite SrFe (HF type),or neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

Type HF temperature resistant to 390°F (200°C), Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

HF Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tolerance

d2 thread

l Length

h Thickness

h tolerance

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.3-HF-10-M3

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

7 (.28)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

4

50.3-HF-13-M3

13 (.51)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

7 (.28)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

10

50.3-HF-16-M3

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

7 (.28)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

18

50.3-HF-20-M3

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

30

50.3-HF-25-M4

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

40

50.3-HF-32-M4

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

80

50.3-HF-47-M6

47 (1.85)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

M6 x 1.0

8 (.31)

9 (.35)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

80

50.3-HF-63-M6

63 (2.48)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

M6 x 1.0

15 (.59)

14 (.55)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

350

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GN 50.3 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies_'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUHDGHG6WXGš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

ND Type

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Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d Dia.

d tolerance

d2 thread

l Length

h Thickness

h tolerance

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.3-ND-10-M4

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

25

50.3-ND-13-M5

13 (.51)

±.1 (±.004)

M5 x .8

8 (.31)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

60

50.3-ND-16-M6

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

M6 x 1.0

8 (.31)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

95

50.3-ND-20-M6

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

M6 x 1.0

10 (.39)

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

140

50.3-ND-25-M6

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

M6 x 1.0

10 (.39)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

200

50.3-ND-32-M6

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

M6 x 1.0

10 (.39)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

350

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GN 50.2 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUHDGHG%XVKLQJš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing and threaded bushing Steel, zinc plated

GN 50.2 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Hard ferrite SrFe (HF type), samarium and cobalt combination AlNiCo (SC type), or neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

Types HF and SC temperature resistant to 390°F (200°C), Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

HF Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tolerance

d2 thread

d3

d3 tolerance

h Thickness

h tolerance

l

t min.

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.2-HF-10-M3

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

7 (.28)

5 (.20)

4

50.2-HF-13-M3

13 (.51)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

7 (.28)

5 (.20)

10

50.2-HF-16-M3

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

7 (.28)

5 (.20)

18

50.2-HF-20-M3

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

6 (.24)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

7 (.28)

5 (.20)

30

50.2-HF-25-M4

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

8 (.31)

7 (.28)

40

50.2-HF-32-M4

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

8 (.31)

7 (.28)

80

50.2-HF-40-M5

40 (1.57)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

M5 x .8

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

8 (.31)

+.4/-.1 (+.016/-.004)

10 (.39)

9 (.35)

125

50.2-HF-50-M6

50 (1.97)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

M6 x 1.0

12 (.47)

±.1 (±.004)

10 (.39)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

12 (.47)

11 (.43)

220

50.2-HF-63-M8

63 (2.48)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

M8 x 1.25

15 (.61)

±.1 (±.004)

14 (.55)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

16 (.63)

14 (.55)

350

80 (3.15)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

M10 x 1.5

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

18 (.71)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

16 (.63)

15 (.59)

600

50.2-HF-100-M12

100 (3.94)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

M12 x 1.75

22 (.87)

±.1 (±.004)

22 (.87)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

21 (.83)

18 (.71)

900

50.2-HF-125-M14

125 (4.92)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

M14 x 2.0

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

26 (1.02)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

24 (.91)

20 (.79)

1300

50.2-HF-80-M10

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GN 50.2 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies_'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUHDGHG%XVKLQJš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

SC Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tolerance

d2 thread

d3

d3 tolerance

h Thickness

h tolerance

l

t min.

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.2-SC-6-M3

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

5

50.2-SC-8-M3

8 (.31)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

11

50.2-SC-10-M3

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

20

50.2-SC-13-M3

13 (.51)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

40

50.2-SC-16-M3

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

60

50.2-SC-20-M3

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

±.2 (±.008)

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

7 (.28)

90

50.2-SC-25-M4

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

7 (.28)

150

50.2-SC-32-M4

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

M5 x .8

10 (.39)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

8.5 (.33)

8 (.31)

220

ND Type

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Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tolerance

d2 thread

d3

d3 tolerance

h Thickness

h tolerance

l

t min.

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.2-ND-6-M3

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

5

50.2-ND-8-M3

8 (.31)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

13

50.2-ND-10-M3

10 (.39)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

25

50.2-ND-13-M3

13 (.51)

±.1 (±.004)

M3 x .5

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

60

50.2-ND-16-M3

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

4.5 (.18)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

6 (.24)

95

50.2-ND-20-M3

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

±.2 (±.008)

6 (.24)

±.1 (±.004)

7 (.28)

7 (.28)

140

50.2-ND-25-M4

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

7 (.28)

200

50.2-ND-32-M4

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

M5 x .8

10 (.39)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

±.2 (±.008)

8.5 (.33)

8 (.31)

350

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GN 50.25 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies :LWK7KUHDGHG%XVKLQJš6WDLQOHVV6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing and threaded bushing Stainless steel

GN 50.25 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Hard ferrite SrFe (HF type)

Due to the lower magnetic conductivity of the stainless steel housing, the magnetic forces are lower than with steel.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Temperature resistant to 390°F (200°C).

HF Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tolerance

d2 thread

d3

h Thickness

h tolerance

l Length

t min.

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.25-HF-25-M5

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

M5 x .8

8 (.31)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

9 (.35)

9 (.35)

32

50.25-HF-32-M5

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

M5 x .8

8 (.31)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

9 (.35)

9 (.35)

64

50.25-HF-40-M5

40 (1.57)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

M5 x .8

8 (.31)

8 (.31)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

9 (.35)

100

50.25-HF-50-M5

50 (1.97)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

M5 x .8

8 (.31)

10 (.39)

+.4/-.1 (+.016/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

9 (.35)

175

50.25-HF-63-M5

63 (2.48)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

M5 x .8

8 (.31)

14 (.55)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

8 (.31)

9 (.35)

280

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GN 50.4 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUX+ROHš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Steel, zinc plated

GN 50.4 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Hard ferrite SrFe (HF type)

To ensure that the magnetic forces are not impaired, the mounting screws must be made of non-magnetic material.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type HF temperature resistant to 390°F (200°C),

HF Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tolerance

d2

d3

d4

d5

h Thickness

h tolerance

t

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.4-HF-16

16 (.63)

±.1 (±.004)

3.5 (.14)

7.5 (.30)

4.5 (.18)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

14

50.4-HF-20

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

4.1 (.16)

10.5 (.41)

6 (.24)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

27

50.4-HF-25

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

5.5 (.22)

12 (.47)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

36

50.4-HF-32

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

5.5 (.22)

12 (.47)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

72

50.4-HF-40

40 (1.57)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

5.5 (.22)

13.5 (.53)

8 (.31)

+.4/-.1 (+.016/-.004)

90

50.4-HF-50

50 (1.97)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

22 (.87)

10 (.39)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

180

50.4-HF-63

63 (2.48)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

24 (.94)

14 (.55)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

12 (.47)

290

50.4-HF-80

80 (3.15)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

11.5 (.45)

18 (.71)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

15 (.59)

540

50.4-HF-100

100 (3.94)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

10.5 (.41)

34 (1.34)

22 (.87)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

18 (.71)

680

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GN 50.45 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUX+ROHš6WDLQOHVV6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Stainless steel

GN 50.45 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Hard ferrite SrFe (HF type)

Due to the lower magnetic conductivity of the stainless steel housing, the magnetic forces are lower than with steel.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

To ensure that the magnetic forces are not impaired, the mounting screws must be made of non-magnetic material. Type HF temperature resistant to 390°F (200°C),

HF Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tolerance

d2

d3

d4

d5

h Thickness

h tolerance

t

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

50.45-HF-20

20 (.79)

±.1 (±.004)

4.1 (.16)

10 (.39)

6 (.24)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

22

50.45-HF-25

25 (.98)

±.1 (±.004)

5.5 (.22)

11.5 (.45)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

29

50.45-HF-32

32 (1.26)

±.1 (±.004)

5.5 (.22)

11.5 (.45)

7 (.28)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

58

50.45-HF-40

40 (1.57)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

5.5 (.22)

11.5 (.45)

8 (.31)

+.4/-.1 (+.016/-.004)

72

50.45-HF-50

50 (1.97)

+.2/-.1 (+.008/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

22 (.87)

10 (.39)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

145

50.45-HF-63

63 (2.48)

+.3/-.1 (+.012/-.004)

8.5 (.33)

24 (.94)

14 (.55)

+.5/-.1 (+.020/-.004)

12 (.47)

230

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GN 58 | Pot Magnet Assemblies :LWK7KUX+ROHš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Steel

GN 58 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Aluminum, nickel and cobalt combination AlNiCo (AN type)

To ensure that the magnetic forces are not impaired, the mounting screws must be made of non-magnetic material.

Red lacquered finish

For easier handling and/or to avoid demagnetization, these magnets have an iron plate on their magnetic surface.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type AN temperature resistant to 535°F (280°C), Red lacquer temperature resistant to 355°F (180°C).

AN Type

10

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d2 Bore

d3 Dia.

h Thickness

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

58-AN-19

19 (.75)

3.7 (.15)

7.5 (.30)

7.5 (.30)

30

58-AN-29

29 (1.14)

4.7 (.19)

10 (.39)

8.5 (.33)

50

58-AN-38

38 (1.50)

4.7 (.19)

11 (.43)

10.5 (.41)

130

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GN 51.2 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUHDGHG%XVKLQJDQG5XEEHU-DFNHWš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Steel, zinc plated

GN 51.2 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly with rubber jacket.

Magnet Neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

They are especially suitable for applications where the surface is easily marred. Also, these magnets have an increased coefficient of friction, which creates high lateral retaining force.

Rubber jacket Elastomer (TPE), 73 shore, black

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

ND Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d2 thread

d3 Dia.

h Thickness

l Length

t min.

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

51.2-ND-12

12 (.47)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

7 (.28)

8 (.31)

6 (.24)

10

51.2-ND-22

22 (.87)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

6 (.24)

5.5 (.22)

5 (.20)

50

51.2-ND-31

31 (1.22)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

6 (.24)

5.5 (.22)

5 (.20)

75

51.2-ND-43

43 (1.69)

M4 x .7

8 (.31)

6 (.24)

4.5 (.18)

5 (.20)

85

51.2-ND-66

66 (2.60)

M5 x .8

10 (.39)

8.5 (.33)

6.5 (.26)

8 (.31)

180

51.2-ND-88

88 (3.46)

M8 x 1.25

12 (.47)

8.5 (.33)

8.5 (.33)

11 (.43)

420

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GN 51.5 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK,QWHUQDO7KUHDGDQG5XEEHU-DFNHWš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Steel, zinc plated

GN 51.5 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly with rubber jacket.

Magnet Neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

They are especially suitable for applications where the surface is easily marred. Also, these magnets have an increased coefficient of friction, which creates high lateral retaining force.

Rubber jacket Elastomer (TPE), 73 shore, black

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

ND Type

12

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d2 thread

h Thickness

t1

t2

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

51.5-ND-22

22 (.87)

M4 x .7

6 (.24)

4.5 (.18)

.8 (.03)

35

51.5-ND-31

31 (1.22)

M5 x .8

6 (.24)

4.5 (.18)

.8 (.03)

75

51.5-ND-43

43 (1.69)

M4 x .7

5.5 (.22)

4 (.16)

.8 (.03)

85

51.5-ND-66

66 (2.60)

M6 x 1.0

8.5 (.33)

6 (.24)

1.8 (.07)

180

51.5-ND-88

88 (3.46)

M6 x 1.0

8.5 (.33)

6 (.24)

1.8 (.07)

420

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GN 51.3 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUHDGHG6WXGDQG5XEEHU-DFNHWš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing and stud Steel, zinc plated

GN 51.3 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly with rubber jacket.

Magnet Neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

They are especially suitable for applications where the surface is easily marred. Also, these magnets have an increased coefficient of friction, which creates high lateral retaining force.

Rubber jacket Elastomer (TPE), 73 shore, black

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

ND Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d2 thread

h Thickness

l Length

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

51.3-ND-22

22 (.87)

M4 x .7

6 (.24)

6.5 (.26)

50

51.3-ND-43

43 (1.69)

M6 x 1.0

6 (.24)

16 (.59)

85

51.3-ND-66

66 (2.60)

M6 x 1.0

8.5 (.33)

16 (.59)

180

51.3-ND-88

88 (3.46)

M8 x 1.25

8.5 (.33)

16 (.59)

420

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GN 51.4 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 'LVF6KDSHGš:LWK7KUX+ROHDQG5XEEHU-DFNHWš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Steel, zinc plated

GN 51.4 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly with rubber jacket.

Magnet Neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

They are especially suitable for applications where the surface is easily marred. Also, these magnets have an increased coefficient of friction, which creates high lateral retaining force.

Rubber jacket Elastomer (TPE), 73 shore, black

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

ND Type

14

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d2

d3

h Thickness

t1

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

51.4-ND-22

22 (.87)

4 (.16)

8 (.31)

6 (.24)

3.5 (.14)

35

51.4-ND-31

31 (1.22)

6 (.24)

9 (.35)

6 (.24)

3.5 (.14)

75

51.4-ND-57

57 (2.24)

8 (.31)

25.3 (1.00)

7.5 (.30)

3.5 (.14)

175

51.4-ND-66

66 (2.60)

5.5 (.22)

25 (.98)

8.5 (.33)

3.5 (.14)

210

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GN 52.1 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 5RG6KDSHGš:LWK6PRRWK)LQLVKš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Type 1 – Steel, zinc plated Type 2 – Steel, plain finish

GN 52.1 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Aluminum, nickel and cobalt combination AlNiCo (AN type), or neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

Mounting options include pressing in, shrinking in, or gluing in.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type AN temperature resistant to 535°F (280°C), Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

Note: AN type has brass lining between housing and magnet; ND type has plastic lining between housing and magnet

AN Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches) Type 1 – Zinc Plated Steel

Type 2 – Plain Steel

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

Part Number

d Dia.

d tol.

h

h tol.

k*

Part Number

d Dia.

d tol.

h

h tol.

k*

52.1-AN-6-1

6 (.24)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

12 (.47)

52.1-AN-6-2

6 (.24)

h6

10 (.39)

±.2 (±.008)

2 (.08)

2

52.1-AN-8-1

8 (.31)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

11 (.43)

52.1-AN-8-2

8 (.31)

h6

12 (.47)

±.2 (±.008)

3 (.12)

4

52.1-AN-10-1

10 (.39)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

10 (.39)

52.1-AN-10-2

10 (.39)

h6

16 (.63)

±.2 (±.008)

6 (.24)

8.5

52.1-AN-13-1

13 (.51)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

8 (.31)

52.1-AN-13-2

13 (.51)

h6

18 (.71)

±.2 (±.008)

6 (.24)

12

52.1-AN-16-1

16 (.63)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

6 (.24)

52.1-AN-16-2

16 (.63)

h6

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

6 (.24)

20

52.1-AN-20-1

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

52.1-AN-20-2

20 (.79)

h6

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

40

52.1-AN-25-1

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

35 (1.38)

±.2 (±.008)

13 (.51)

52.1-AN-25-2

25 (.98)

h6

30 (1.18)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

60

52.1-AN-32-1

32 (1.26)

±.2 (±.008)

40 (1.57)

±.2 (±.008)

9 (.35)

52.1-AN-32-2

32 (1.26)

h6

35 (1.38)

±.2 (±.008)

4 (.16)

160

52.1-AN-40-1

40 (1.57)

±.2 (±.008)

50 (1.97)

±.2 (±.008)

10 (.39)

52.1-AN-40-2

40 (1.57)

h6

45 (1.77)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

240

52.1-AN-50-1

50 (1.97)

±.2 (±.008)

60 (2.36)

±.2 (±.008)

10 (.39)

52.1-AN-50-2

50 (1.97)

h6

50 (1.97)

±.2 (±.008)

400

52.1-AN-63-1

63 (2.48)

±.2 (±.008)

65 (2.56)

±.2 (±.008)

10 (.39)

52.1-AN-63-2

63 (2.48)

h6

60 (2.36)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

660

*k is the maximum dimension by which the retaining magnet can be shortened without losing its properties.

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ND Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches) Type 1 - Zinc Plated Steel

Type 2 – Plain Steel

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

Part Number

d Dia.

d tol.

h

h tol.

k*

Part Number

d Dia.

d tol.

h

h tol.

k*

52.1-ND-4-1

4 (.16)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

15 (.59)

2.5

52.1-ND-5-1

5 (.20)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

15 (.59)

4.5

52.1-ND-6-1

6 (.24)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

15 (.59)

52.1-ND-6-2

6 (.24)

h6

10 (.39)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

6

52.1-ND-8-1

8 (.31)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

15 (.59)

52.1-ND-8-2

8 (.31)

h6

12 (.47)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

12

52.1-ND-10-1

10 (.39)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

15 (.59)

52.1-ND-10-2

10 (.39)

h6

16 (.63)

±.2 (±.008)

11 (.43)

24

52.1-ND-13-1

13 (.51)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

15 (.59)

52.1-ND-13-2

13 (.51)

h6

18 (.71)

±.2 (±.008)

13 (.51)

60

52.1-ND-16-1

16 (.63)

±.2 (±.008)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

15 (.59)

52.1-ND-16-2

16 (.63)

h6

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

15 (.59)

90

52.1-ND-20-1

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

18 (.71)

52.1-ND-20-2

20 (.79)

h6

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

18 (.71)

135

52.1-ND-25-1

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

35 (1.38)

±.2 (±.008)

27 (1.06)

52.1-ND-25-2

25 (.98)

h6

30 (1.18)

±.2 (±.008)

22 (.87)

190

52.1-ND-32-1

32 (1.26)

±.2 (±.008)

40 (1.57)

±.2 (±.008)

32 (1.26)

52.1-ND-32-2

32 (1.26)

h6

35 (1.38)

±.2 (±.008)

27 (1.06)

340

*k is the maximum dimension by which the retaining magnet can be shortened without losing its properties.

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GN 54.1 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 5RG6KDSHGš:LWK6PRRWK)LQLVKš%UDVVš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Brass

GN 54.1 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Type SC temperature resistant to 390°F (200°C), Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

Magnet Samarium and cobalt combination AlNiCo (SC type), or neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

The configuration of magnetic and iron poles is known as a sandwich magnet assembly. These retaining magnets provide superior holding power and work well with smaller workpieces.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Mounting options include pressing in or gluing in.

SC Type

Dimensions in: inches (millimeters)

Part Number

d Dia.

h

h tol.

k1*

k2**

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

54.1-SC-6

6 (.24)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

10 (.39)

1.5 (.06)

8

54.1-SC-8

8 (.31)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

10 (.39)

1.5 (.06)

42

54.1-SC-10

10 (.39)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

8 (.31)

2 (.08)

40

54.1-SC-13

13 (.51)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

6 (.24)

2.5 (.10)

60

54.1-SC-16

16 (.63)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

2 (.08)

3 (.12)

125

54.1-SC-20

20 (.79)

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

4 (.16)

250

54.1-SC-25

25 (.98)

35 (1.38)

±.3 (±.012)

7 (.28)

5 (.20)

400

54.1-SC-32

32 (1.26)

40 (1.57)

±.3 (±.012)

4.5 (.22)

6 (.24)

600

*k is the maximum dimension by which the retaining magnet can be shortened without losing its properties. **Mounting these retaining magnets directly in steel components will create a magnetic short-circuit which reduces the magnetic power by as much as 15%. To avoid this effect, the k2 distance between the brass housing and the steel component should be observed. These distances should also be maintained if the retaining magnet is shortened. J. W. Winco Retaining Magnet Assemblies

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ND Type

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d Dia.

h

h tol.

k1*

k2**

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

54.1-ND-6

6 (.24)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

10 (.39)

1.5 (.06)

10

54.1-ND-8

8 (.31)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

10 (.39)

1.5 (.06)

22

54.1-ND-10

10 (.39)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

8 (.31)

2 (.08)

45

54.1-ND-13

13 (.51)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

6 (.24)

2.5 (.10)

70

54.1-ND-16

16 (.63)

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

2 (.08)

3 (.12)

150

54.1-ND-20

20 (.79)

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

4 (.16)

280

54.1-ND-25

25 (.98)

35 (1.38)

±.3 (±.012)

7 (.28)

5 (.20)

450

54.1-ND-32

32 (1.26)

40 (1.57)

±.3 (±.012)

4.5 (.22)

6 (.24)

700

*k is the maximum dimension by which the retaining magnet can be shortened without losing its properties. **Mounting these retaining magnets directly in steel components will create a magnetic short-circuit which reduces the magnetic power by as much as 15%. To avoid this effect, the k2 distance between the brass housing and the steel component should be observed. These distances should also be maintained if the retaining magnet is shortened.

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GN 52.2 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 5RG6KDSHGš:LWK,QWHUQDO7KUHDGš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Steel, zinc plated

GN 52.2 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Aluminum, nickel and cobalt combination AlNiCo (AN type), or neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

Mounting options include pressing in, shrinking in, or gluing in.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type AN temperature resistant to 535°F (280°C), Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

AN Type

Dimensions in: inches (millimeters)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tol.

d2 Thread

h

h tol.

t min.

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

52.2-AN-6

6 (.24)

±.2 (±.008)

M3 x .5

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

2

52.2-AN-8

8 (.31)

±.2 (±.008)

M3 x .5

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

4

52.2-AN-10

10 (.39)

±.2 (±.008)

M4 x .7

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

8.5

52.2-AN-13

13 (.51)

±.2 (±.008)

M4 x .7

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

12

52.2-AN-16

16 (.63)

±.2 (±.008)

M4 x .7

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

20

52.2-AN-20

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

M6 x 1.0

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

40

52.2-AN-25

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

M6 x 1.0

35 (1.38)

±.2 (±.008)

9 (.35)

60

52.2-AN-32

32 (1.26)

±.2 (±.008)

M8 x 1.25

40 (1.57)

±.2 (±.008)

9 (.35)

160

52.2-AN-40

40 (1.57)

±.2 (±.008)

M8 x 1.25

50 (1.97)

±.2 (±.008)

9 (.35)

240

52.2-AN-50

50 (1.97)

±.2 (±.008)

M10 x 1.5

60 (2.36)

±.2 (±.008)

12 (.47)

400

52.2-AN-63

63 (2.48)

±.2 (±.008)

M12 x 1.75

65 (2.56)

±.2 (±.008)

14 (.55)

660

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ND Type

20

Dimensions in: millimeters (inches)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d1 tol.

d2 Thread

h

h tol.

t min.

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

52.2-ND-6

6 (.24)

±.2 (±.008)

M3 x .5

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

6

52.2-ND-8

8 (.31)

±.2 (±.008)

M3 x .5

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

5 (.20)

12

52.2-ND-10

10 (.39)

±.2 (±.008)

M4 x .7

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

24

52.2-ND-13

13 (.51)

±.2 (±.008)

M4 x .7

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

60

52.2-ND-16

16 (.63)

±.2 (±.008)

M4 x .7

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

90

52.2-ND-20

20 (.79)

±.2 (±.008)

M6 x 1.0

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

7 (.28)

135

52.2-ND-25

25 (.98)

±.2 (±.008)

M6 x 1.0

35 (1.38)

±.2 (±.008)

9 (.35)

190

52.2-ND-32

32 (1.26)

±.2 (±.008)

M8 x 1.25

40 (1.57)

±.2 (±.008)

9 (.35)

340

52.2-ND-40

40 (1.57)

±.2 (±.008)

M8 x 1.25

50 (1.97)

±.2 (±.008)

9 (.35)

600

52.2-ND-50

50 (1.97)

±.2 (±.008)

M10 x 1.5

60 (2.36)

±.2 (±.008)

12 (.47)

900

52.2-ND-63

63 (2.48)

±.2 (±.008)

M12 x 1.75

65 (2.56)

±.2 (±.008)

14 (.55)

1300

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GN 52.3 | Sandwich Magnet Assemblies 5RG6KDSHGš:LWK,QWHUQDO7KUHDGš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing Steel, red lacquered finish

GN 52.3 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Magnet Aluminum, nickel and cobalt combination AlNiCo (AN type)

For easier handling and/or to avoid demagnetization, these magnets have an iron plate on their magnetic surface.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Type AN magnet temperature resistant to 535°F (280°C), Red lacquered finish temperature resistant to 355°F (180°C).

AN Type

Dimensions in: inches (millimeters)

Part Number

d1 Dia.

d2 Thread

h

t min.

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

52.3-AN-12.5

12.5 (.49)

M4 x .7

16 (.43)

7 (.28)

20

52.3-AN-17

17 (.67)

M6 x 1.0

16 (.43)

5 (.20)

26

52.2-AN-21

21 (.83)

M6 x 1.0

19 (.75)

7 (.28)

40

52.2-AN-27

27 (1.06)

M6 x 1.0

25 (.98)

9 (.35)

65

52.2-AN-35

35 (1.38)

M6 x 1.0

30 (1.18)

9 (.35)

150

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GN 52.4 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies 5RG6KDSHGš:LWK6WXGš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Housing and stud Steel, zinc plated

GN 52.4 magnets are a shielded magnetic assembly.

Type AN temperature resistant to 535°F (280°C), Type ND temperature resistant to 175°F (80°C).

Type D – Unthreaded stud Type E – Threaded stud

Type D with smooth stud is designed for sheet metal applications where the stud can be punched or riveted, to hold the magnet assembly in place.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

Magnet Aluminum, nickel and cobalt combination AlNiCo (AN type), or neodymium, iron and boron version NdFeB (ND type)

The ND version sizes market with an asterisk are available upon request with a minimum quantity order.

AN Type

Dimensions in: inches (millimeters) Type D – Unthreaded Stud

Type E – Threaded Stud

Part Number

d1 Dia.

52.4-AN-6-3-D

6 (.24)

3 (.12)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-AN-6-M3-E

6 (.24)

M3 x .5

10 (.39)

20 (.79)

7 (.28)

2

52.4-AN-8-3-D

8 (.31)

3 (.12)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-AN-8-M3-E

8 (.31)

M3 x .5

12 (.47)

20 (.79)

7 (.28)

4

52.4-AN-10-4-D

10 (.39)

4 (.16)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-AN-10-M4-E

10 (.39)

M4 x .7

16 (.63)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

8.5

52.4-AN-13-4-D

13 (.51)

4 (.16)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-AN-13-M4-E

13 (.51)

M4 x .7

18 (.71)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

12

52.4-AN-16-5-D

16 (.63)

5 (.20)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-AN-16-M4-E

16 (.63)

M4 x .7

20 (.79)

20 (.79)

10 (.39)

20

52.4-AN-20-6-D

20 (.79)

6 (.24)

25 (.98)

8 (.31)

52.4-AN-20-M6-E

20 (.79)

M6 x 1.0

25 (.98)

25 (.98)

12 (.47)

40

52.4-AN-25-8-D

25 (.98)

8 (.31)

35 (1.38)

10 (.39)

52.4-AN-25-M6-E

25 (.98)

M6 x 1.0

30 (1.18)

35 (1.38)

10 (.39)

60

52.4-AN-32-10-D

32 (1.26)

10 (.39)

40 (1.57)

10 (.39)

52.4-AN-32-M8-E

32 (1.26)

M8 x 1.25

35 (1.38)

40 (1.57)

15 (.59)

160

52.4-AN-40-15-D

40 (1.57)

15 (.59)

50 (1.97)

15 (.59)

52.4-AN-40-M8-E

40 (1.57)

M8 x 1.25

45 (1.77)

50 (1.97)

15 (.59)

240

52.4-AN-50-18-D

50 (1.97)

18 (.71)

60 (2.36)

18 (.71)

52.4-AN-50-M10-E

50 (1.97)

M10 x 1.5

50 (1.97)

60 (2.36)

15 (.59)

400

52.4-AN-63-20-D

63 (2.48)

20 (.79)

65 (2.56)

20 (.79)

52.4-AN-63-M12-E

63 (2.48)

M12 x 1.75

60 (2.36)

65 (2.56)

20 (.79)

660

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h tol. ±.2mm

l length

Part Number

d Dia.

d3 Thread

h

h tol. ±.2mm

l length

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

d2 Dia.tol. ±.2mm

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GN 52.4 | Retaining Magnet Assemblies_5RG6KDSHGš:LWK6WXGš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

ND Type

Dimensions in: inches (millimeters) Type D – Unthreaded Stud

Type E – Threaded Stud

Part Number

d1 Dia.

52.4-ND-6-3-D

6 (.24)

3 (.12)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-ND-6-M3-E

6 (.24)

M3 x .5

10 (.39)

20 (.79)

7 (.28)

6

52.4-ND-8-3-D

8 (.31)

3 (.12)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-ND-8-M3-E

8 (.31)

M3 x .5

12 (.47)

20 (.79)

7 (.28)

12

52.4-ND-10-4-D

10 (.39)

4 (.16)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-ND-10-M4-E

10 (.39)

M4 x .7

16 (.63)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

24

52.4-ND-13-4-D

13 (.51)

4 (.16)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-ND-13-M4-E

13 (.51)

M4 x .7

18 (.71)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

60

52.4-ND-16-5-D

16 (.63)

5 (.20)

20 (.79)

8 (.31)

52.4-ND-16-M4-E

16 (.63)

M4 x .7

20 (.79)

20 (.79)

10 (.39)

90

52.4-ND-20-6-D

20 (.79)

6 (.24)

25 (.98)

8 (.31)

52.4-ND-20-M6-E

20 (.79)

M6 x 1.0

25 (.98)

25 (.98)

12 (.47)

135

52.4-ND-25-8-D

25 (.98)

8 (.31)

35 (1.38)

10 (.39)

52.4-ND-25-M6-E

25 (.98)

M6 x 1.0

30 (1.18)

35 (1.38)

10 (.39)

190

52.4-ND-32-10-D

32 (1.26)

10 (.39)

40 (1.57)

10 (.39)

52.4-ND-32-M8-E

32 (1.26)

M8 x 1.25

35 (1.38)

40 (1.57)

15 (.59)

340

52.4-ND-40-15-D*

40 (1.57)

15 (.59)

50 (1.97)

15 (.59)

52.4-ND-40-M8-E*

40 (1.57)

M8 x 1.25

45 (1.77)

50 (1.97)

15 (.59)

600

52.4-ND-50-18-D*

50 (1.97)

18 (.71)

60 (2.36)

18 (.71)

52.4-ND-50-M10-E*

50 (1.97)

M10 x 1.5

50 (1.97)

60 (2.36)

15 (.59)

900

52.4-ND-63-20-D*

63 (2.48)

20 (.79)

65 (2.56)

20 (.79)

52.4-ND-63-M12-E*

63 (2.48)

M12 x 1.75

60 (2.36)

65 (2.56)

20 (.79)

1300

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h tol. ±.2mm

l length

Part Number

d Dia.

d3 Thread

h

H tol. ±.2mm

l length

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

d2 Dia.tol. ±.2mm

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GN 60 | Button-Type Magnets :LWK7KUX+ROHš0HWULF6L]Hš6WHHO

Magnet Aluminum, nickel and cobalt combination AlNiCo (AN type)

GN 60 magnets have a split magnetic surface. These are non-shielded magnetic systems produced by casting.

Type AN magnet temperature resistant to 535°F (280°C), Red lacquered finish temperature resistant to 355°F (180°C).

Red lacquered finish

To ensure that the magnetic forces are not impaired, the mounting screws must be made of non-magnetic material.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

For easier handling and/or to avoid demagnetization, these magnets have an iron plate on their magnetic surface.

AN Type

Dimensions in: inches (millimeters)

Part Number

d1 Dia. Nominal Dimension

d1 Actual Nominal Dimension

d2 Bore

d3 Max. Dia. Screw Head

h Thickness

s

t

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

60-AN-13

13 (.51)

13 (.51)

4.2 (.17)

7 (.28)

10 (.39)

2 (.08)

4.5 (.18)

7

60-AN-19

19 (.75)

19.1 (.75)

4.8 (.19)

8.7 (.34)

12.7 (.50)

5.7 (.22)

6.5 (.26)

19

60-AN-25

25 (.98)

25.4 (1.00)

4.5 (.18)

8.5 (.33)

20 (.79)

5.6 (.22)

8 (.31)

40

60-AN-32

32 (1.26)

31.8 (1.25)

7.1 (.28)

10 (.39)

25.4 (1.00)

7.9 (.31)

12.7 (.50)

66

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GN 62 | U-Shaped Magnets :LWK7KUX+ROHš6WHHOš0HWULF6L]H

Type b1 = 57, 70, 79

d

Type b1 = 22, 30, 39, 45

d

b2

b2

d

b1 m

h

h

b1

s

s

Magnetic surfaces

Magnetic surfaces

Magnet Aluminum, nickel and cobalt combination AlNiCo (AN type)

GN 62 magnets have a split magnetic surface. These are non-shielded magnetic systems produced by casting.

Type AN magnet temperature resistant to 535°F (280°C), Red lacquered finish temperature resistant to 355°F (180°C).

Red lacquered finish

To ensure that the magnetic forces are not impaired, the mounting screws must be made of non-magnetic material.

See also Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 26, Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 27, and Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies, page 28.

For easier handling and/or to avoid demagnetization, these magnets have an iron plate on their magnetic surface.

AN Type

Dimensions in: inches (millimeters)

Part Number

b1

b2

d Max. Dia. Screw Head

h Thickness

m

s

Nominal Pulling Forces [N]

62-AN-22

22 (.87)

25 (.98)

7 (.28)

17 (.67)

8 (.31)

30

62-AN-30

30 (1.18)

20 (.79)

5 (.20)

20 (.79)

15 (.59)

45

62-AN-39

39 (1.54)

25.4 (1.00)

4.7 (.19)

25 (.98)

19 (.75)

90

62-AN-45

45 (1.77)

30 (1.18)

4.7 (.19)

30 (1.18)

23 (.91)

120

62-AN-57

57 (2.24)

44.5 (1.75)

8 (.31)

35 (1.38)

31.5 (1.24)

27.8 (1.09)

180

62-AN-70

70 (2.76)

57 (2.24)

8 (.31)

41 (1.61)

38 (1.50)

35 (1.38)

320

62-AN-79

79 (3.11)

82 (3.23)

9.5 (.37)

54 (2.13)

43 (1.69)

38.5 (1.51)

470

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Types of Retaining Magnet Assemblies The use of retaining magnet assemblies is a simple solution for no-wear magnetic holding of an object.

Due to their structure, these magnet assemblies have only one magnetic pulling force level. The full magnetic force is focused directly onto the adhesive surface by means of iron magnetic poles. The spatial effect of the magnetic field is limited by shielded systems, so that surrounding objects are not magnetized.

Flat gripper

Ø d = 6 - 125 mm, h = 4,5 - 26 Housing: Steel, zinc plated, red lacquered finish, or stainless steel.

Ø d = 12 - 88, h = 6 - 8.5 mm Housing: Steel, zinc plated, with rubber jacket.

Rod gripper

Ø d = 4 - 63 mm, h = 10 - 65 mm Housing: Steel, zinc plated, red lacquered finish.

Ø d = 6 - 32 mm, h = 20 - 40 mm Sandwich configuration of the steel poles, housing brass.

Button-type/U-Magnets

Ø d = 13 - 32 mm, h1 = 10 - 25.4 mm, b = 22 - 79 mm, h2 = 17 - 54 mm Cast, unshielded system, red lacquered.

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Materials Composition of Retaining Magnet Assemblies Hard ferrite (HF) SrFe (Strontium ferrite).

SmCo (SC) Samarium cobalt.

Magnets made of hard ferrite (80% iron oxide) are made by sintering process.

Magnets made of SmCo (main constituents include samarium and cobalt) are made by sintering process.

Like all ceramic materials, these magnets are very hard and brittle and virtually nonmachinable.

The material is very hard and brittle and is virtually non-machinable.

The magnetic adhesive force drops when the magnet is heated.

The magnetic adhesive force drops when the magnet is heated.

AlNiCo (AN) Aluminium nickel cobalt.

NdFeB (ND) Neodymium iron boron.

Magnets made of AlNiCo (main constituents include aluminium, nickel, cobalt and iron) are made by sintering or casting process.

Magnets made of NdFeB (main constituents include neodymium, iron and boron) are made by sintering process.

The material is very hard and tough, but can be redressed.

The material is very hard and brittle and is virtually non-machinable.

These magnets are used in applications in which the magnetic field is to remain as static and stable as possible; also under higher temperature fluctuations.

This material delivers ultimate magnetic holding power. The magnetic adhesive force drops when the magnet is heated.

Comparison of Magnet Materials Description

Hard ferrite (HF)

AlNiCo (AN)

SmCo (SC)

NdFeB (ND)

Pulling force

good

medium

strong

very strong

Max. working temperature*

~ 390°F (200°C)

~ 840°F(450°C)

~ 390°F (200°C)

~ 175°F (80°C)

Corrosion resistance

very good

very good

good

less good

Machineability

not possible

diamond cutting, grinding

not possible

not possible

Demagnetisation capability

moderate

easy

very difficult

difficult

by demagnetizing fields

by demagnetizing fields

only by large demagnetizing fields

only by large demagnetizing fields

very reasonable

high

very high

reasonable

Price

* The maximum temperature used is only a guide value, because it also depends on the dimensions of the magnet.

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Pulling Force Information for Retaining Magnet Assemblies Other factors aside from the magnet material and the size of the magnet affecting the magnetic pulling force are:

The magnetic pulling force can also be impaired by alternating thermal stress and by chemical factors (aggressive baths, gases, etc.).

- an air gap (magnetically non-conductive materials act like an air gap)

The diagrams and graphs below show guide values relating to the impact on the magnetic pulling force caused by different mechanical specifications.

- the quality of the surface (roughness and shape) - the temperature - the content of ferro-magnetic material in the steel; the components must also be sufficiently thick to be able to absorb the entire magnetic flux.

The nominal magnetic pulling forces shown in the tables of the standard pages are minimum values which are achieved at: - room temperature - perpendicular “tear-off” under full surface contact of the magnet - workpieces made of low-carbon steel with a minimum thickness of 10 mm

Influence of the air gap

Influence of the material (steel grade)

100 %

technically pure iron

86%

C60

95%

St37

84%

42CrMo4

95%

C15

75%

St50

94%

34CrNiMo6

93%

St52-3

65%

X210CrW12

92%

90MnV8

50%

20MnCr5

90%

C45

30%

GG

87%

Ck45

0%

~ 72%

X155CrMo12

non-ferrous metals

Hardened workpieces are bad conductors of the magnetic flux. The magnetic pulling force is therefore lower.

Influence of the workpiece surface on the magnetic pulling force

Displacement force = 20 % – 30 % of the magnetic pulling force

The displacement force is also influenced by the surface roughness and the magentic pulling force.

Force Measure 1 Newton (N) = .225 lbs.

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Limited Warranty Limited Warranty: All products sold, are warranted by J.W. Winco, Inc. only to purchasers for resale or for use in business or original equipment manufacture, against defects in workmanship or materials under normal use for 90 days after date of purchase from J.W. Winco, Inc. Any part which is determined by J.W. Winco to be defective in material or workmanship and returned to J.W. Winco, shipping costs prepaid, will be, as the exclusive remedy, repaired or replaced. At J.W Winco‘s option the purchase price may be refunded. All returns must be pre-approved by an authorized J.W. Winco sales associate prior to return. All returns must reference the invoice number and return authorization number marked on the exterior of the package. Any damage or tampering to products resulting from improper packaging or handling will void any warranty or refunds at J.W. Winco‘s option. Limitation of liability: The above limited warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and there are no warranties which extend beyond the face hereof. J.W. Winco will not be liable for incidental, consequential or special damages or for any loss, damage or expense arising from the sale, use or installation of the items or from any other cause whatsoever, whether based on warranty (expressed or implied) or otherwise based on contract or in tort. J.W. Winco expressly disclaims any liability for consequential and/or incidental damages for all the following, but not limited to, lost sales, lost profits and injury to person or property. J.W. Winco‘s liability is limited to, and shall not exceed, the purchase price of the product. Warranty disclaimer: J.W. Winco has made diligent effort to illustrate and describe the products in this catalog accurately; however, such illustrations and descriptions are for the sole purpose of identification, and do not express or imply a warranty that the products are merchantable, or fit for a particular purpose, or that the product will necessarily conform to the illustrations or descriptions. No warranty or affirmation of fact, expressed or implied, other than set forth in the limited warranty statement above is made or authorized by J.W. Winco, Inc. J.W. Winco does not warrant or represent that merchandise sold complies with any Law, including but not limited to, OSHA, the Walsh-Healy Public Contracts Act, and/or regulations promulgated thereunder. No warranties to consumers: J.W. Winco makes no warranties to those defined as consumers in the Magnuson-Moss Warranty-Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act. Advice: J.W. Winco assumes no obligation or liability for advice or assistance given or results obtained in connection with any goods sold. All such advice or assistance is given and accepted at Purchaser‘s risk. Any decisions as to use or installation of goods sold hereunder is that of the Purchaser. Cross reference information: Product crossreference comparisons do not imply that all products compared are available, or in the case of functional equivalency, that performance and other characteristics are perfectly comparable. For critical applications, review specifications prior to purchase.


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Let us tell you 8 GREAT WAYS J.W. Winco, Inc. can help you reduce your overall costs! 1. Remember the value of standard machine components. They’re your best buy, saving countless hours of research, design and manufacturing time. We have over 18,000 competitively priced standard parts in stock with thousands more available quickly; all exceptional quality and the most modern designs. Why waste money on lesser quality components that result in product failure or equipment downtime headaches? 2. Download 3D CAD models for nearly our entire product line. A brief, one-time registration process allows you to access our free 3D CAD models. The eDrawings online CAD viewer enables you to see models right online, and you can download them in any of 19 different formats. 3. Shop online 24/7 with our eStore. View pricing right online and make your purchase with your credit card. For customers with established accounts, our eStore offers the ability to view pricing, track past purchases, and much more. 4. Receive the technical expertise you need to do it right the first time. Save time and trouble by talking with a technical sales expert who can answer all your questions, tell you the detailed specs you need to know, and offer suggestions for your particular application.

5. Simplify purchasing by going to one source. Save multiple purchase order costs – J.W. Winco offers North America’s largest selection of metal and plastic hand operating components, fastening, fixturing, and access hardware in both metric and inch sizes. 6. Get your required secondary machining and assembly from the same source. Assembly and handling time are added costs for you. Why not let us do the work? Our in-house machining facility can accommodate the special requirements of your application. 7. Satisfy your special labeling and packaging requirements. We can provide bar code and UPC code labeling and meet your other special labeling and packaging needs. Save costs by expediting your receiving and stocking process. 8. See how valuable a free shipping program really is. Not only do we provide free UPS shipping in the USA – (free shipping to the border for our Canada and Mexico customers), but you’ll never have a shipping document to check or to dispute. No shipping or administrative costs to boot!

When you buy from us, you purchase a complete overall cost reduction solution. That’s why we say… We’re more than just quality parts!

J.W. Winco, Inc.* Phone: 262/786-8227 800/877-8351 Fax: 262/786-8524 800/472-0670 E-mail: sales@jwwinco.com P.O. Box 510035 2815 S. Calhoun Rd. New Berlin, WI 53151-0035

J.W. Winco Canada, Inc. Phone: 800/877-8351 Fax: 800/472-0670 E-mail: sales@jwwincocanada.ca 2199 Dunwin Drive Mississauga, ON L5L 1X2 *J.W. Winco, Inc. is ISO 9001:2008 Certified.

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Catalog # RMA101 Copyright April 2011

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