Our industrial strength magnets are used to adjust a variety of functions. We have all the sizes, styles and materials’s that you will need for your various applications. If there isn’t a stock size that meets your requirements, we can custom make industrial strength magnets for you.
Our product lines include: cylindrical permanent magnetic assemblies, electro-magnets power supplies & demagnetizer, flexible magnetic material, magnetic sweeper, material handling & lifts magnets, rare earth magnets, rectangular. For additional information, please see our magnetic term glossary. Did you want to learn more about Magnets? Give us a call or take a look at our magnet guides. Updated: 9/26/18
Have you heard of lifting magnets? If so, you might be wondering how they work. Lifting magnets produce the same magnetic field as all other magnets. They are known as “lifting magnets,” however, because they are designed specifically to lift otherwise heavy objects. For a better understanding of lifting magnets, keep reading. What Are LiftingREAD MORE
Ceramic magnets are used in countless applications. Also known as ferrite magnets, they are defined by their high iron content. All ceramic magnets are comprised primarily of iron, which is a ferromagnetic metal. Ceramic magnetics, however, typically don’t consist of solid blocks of raw iron. Rather, they require manufacturing. To learn more about the manufacturingREAD MORE
Neodymium magnets are recognized for their superior strength. They create a stronger magnetic field than that of other permanent magnets. Most neodymium magnets, in fact, are over 10 times stronger than ceramic magnets. The problem with neodymium, however, is that it’s susceptible to corrosion. Over time, it can corrode after being exposed to oxygen andREAD MORE
Not all magnets consist of a solid piece of ferromagnetic material. Some of them are made of wire coils. Known as electromagnets, they use electricity to generate a magnetic field. As electricity flows through the wire coils, it becomes magnetized. When the electricity stops flowing through the wire coils, it loses its magnetic field. BelowREAD MORE
Magnetic catches are used in a wide range of applications. You can find them on doors, cabinets, vehicles, electronic enclosures and more. Even if you’re unfamiliar with them, you’ve probably used a magnetic catch before. What are magnetic catches exactly? Overview of Magnetic Catches A magnetic catch is a latching mechanism that uses a magneticREAD MORE
If you are the one percent of the magnet business represented by someone replacing a magnetic latch in your cabinet kitchen cabinet, this information is not for you. If on the other hand you are building kitchen cabinets or any other industrial application that uses a magnet, read on! Today’s magnets are strong, lightweight, andREAD MORE