The difference between magnets attracting and magnets repelling is very small, however, the attraction between magnets is slightly stronger than the repulsion.
How much do you know about magnets? If you’re not sure how many poles a magnet has then maybe it’s time to expand your knowledge with 7 of our most fun and strangest facts about magnets and impress your friends and family with your facts and expert knowledge.
Many customers have questions about magnets and our team of experts are always on hand to help our customers via email, telephone or via messages on social media, but the answers you may be looking for could be right here!
When it comes to magnets, there is a lot of facts and figures out there, but it can be hard to separate these facts from fiction. We hear our fair share of questions about magnets such as their make, properties, capabilities and effects. This is why we’ve put together a list of the 6 most common myths about magnets and explained why they aren’t true. Bigger magnets are stronger than smaller magnets The size of a magnet is not always relevant to its overall strength, several factors can determine the... Read More
Trends come and go but magnets have been around forever… well since 600 BCE which the history of magnetism dates back to after the discovery of Lodestone, but with new trends, we see always see new and exciting ways that our customers are using our magnets.
Magnets can be found in every household… even yours! Several items around your home will be using many types of magnets some in plain sight some completely hidden without you even knowing. The magnets may be permanently magnetic or powered by electricity.
Magnets are amazing! They are used in all walks of life from your car’s engine to your mobile phone, although they are common and used for several applications many people still believe certain misconceptions about magnets.
We’ve seen hundreds of experiments using magnets and everyone will have come across a magnet or two throughout their time in school, be it learning about north and south poles or electromagnets, but have you ever seen anyone boil water with magnets?
It’s impossible to escape the unlimited access to information at our fingertips, the constant barrage of information can make it hard to remember everything you’ve learnt, seen or been told. The good news is we have 6 facts about magnets that you don’t know… yet.