Magnetization directions

How is it possible to find the poles of our magnets? Or which magnetization direction has a specific magnet?

The magnetization occurs during the process of shaping the magnet, this means there is no magnet without this step.Below you will find information about the magnetization of our magnets according to their form:


  • axial

    scheibe_axial Almost 95% of our discmagnetsare axially magnetized, that means that the poles are on the round surfaces.
  • diametrical

    scheibe_diametral Some of our disc magnets are also diametrically magnetized


  • axial
    stab_axialUsually the rods magnetization is through the height 
  • diametrical
    stab_diametralWe offer also some diametrically magnetized rods  


  • axial
    ring_axial Most of our ringmagnets are axially magnetized.
  • diametrical
    ring_diametral You can find also some rings with a diametrical magnetization


  • quader_axial Blockmagnets are normally magnetized through the height (axial).
  • quader_lang Some of our blockmagnets are magnetized through the lenght


  • wuerfel As well as blockmagnets our cubes are magnetized through the height. 


  • kugelThe magnetic poles of spheres are opposed.

Pot magnets - Magnetic hooks and magnets with eyelet

  • TopfmagneteThese magnets have special features, because the magnet is wrapped. by a steel frame, this causes a deviation of the poles, obtaining a magnetic field with concentration of the force of attraction on the side where the magnet grasps. The force of attraction is therefore in these magnets higher and because of the different magnetic field cannot overlap perfectly..