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.
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Poles play an important role in the attractive properties of magnets. Regardless of the material, all magnets have two poles. Even the Earth, in fact, has a pair of poles: the north and south poles. Overview of Magnetic Poles Magnetic … Read More
If your job involves moving or handling sheet metal, you may want to invest in a set of sheet handler magnets. Sheet metal is typically heavy, and with its flat surface, it’s difficult to lift and move. Sheet handler magnets, … Read More
Not all magnets produce a permanent magnet field. There are permanent magnets, and there are temporary magnets. Electromagnets fall under the latter category. They leverage an electric current to produce a temporary magnetic field. As electricity flows through an electromagnetic, … Read More
Do you know the four ways that ferromagnetic materials can be magnetized? Examples of ferromagnetic materials include iron, cobalt and nickel. They don’t produce a magnetic field — at least not by default. Only after magnetizing them will these materials … Read More
Swarf is a byproduct of many manufacturing processes. Whether you’re cutting, sanding, bending or otherwise manipulating a piece of metal, you may produce chips of leftover metal. Known as swarf, they can litter the floors of your workplace. Investing in … Read More
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