What is a flexible magnet?
A flexible magnet is a permanent magnet that is made of ferrite magnet powder and rubber. A permanent magnet is that which emits a magnetic field without the need for any electricity.
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The added rubber allows the flexible magnet to be coiled into a small radius, for example 6.35mm (0.25"). A flexible magnet can do this without causing any damage to itself, for example it will not crack or break easily.
The flexibility of these magnets makes them very versatile, allowing them to be used to make car signs, hold a fridge door closed or help organise stock in a warehouse.
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There are three forms of flexible magnet: tape, warehouse and sheet. For more information, see the page: