These large, strong neodymium (N42) clamping magnets with eyebolt attachments provide an incredibly strong clamping force for their size and are ideal for hanging many different items.
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|Magnetic Face:||48mm dia|
|Plating:||Ni-Cu-Ni ( Nickel )|
|Vertical Pull (Kg):||95|
|Slide Resistance (Kg):||19|
|Max Temp (degrees C):||80|
These large clamping magnets provide an astonishing 95kg clamping force in a vertical position. The neodymium magnets are sunken in to a steel shell meaning that the north pole is on the centre of the magnetic face and the south pole is on the outer edge around it. The steel pot increases the clamping force of the magnets giving them an incredible hold for their size. An added advantage of these magnets is that they are resistant to chipping or cracking following constant impact with a steel surface. The eyebolt is bolted right through the countersunk hole in these magnets to provide a secure anchor point.
The magnet is accompanied by a 10 metre long polyester rope which can hold a hefty weight of 420kg. This combination of rope and magnet is used in recovery and retrieval, especially magnet fishing. We recommend the rope is tied to the magnet with a Tautline Hitch knot so that when the magnet attracts to a ferrous material, the rope doesn't come loose when pulled back.
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