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1 1/32" x 29/32" x 1/4" thick (x 1/8" hole) Stainless Steel Ceramic Channel Magnet - 13.45lbs Pull

Ceramic (Ferrite) (Y30BH) stainless steel-cased channel magnet with central fixing hole - this innovative design provides 13.45lbs vertical pull at great value.

Pack quantity 1: 1 Channel magnet

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  • $2.40
Product Code: CP2623SP
Shape: Rectangle
Magnetic Face: 1 1/32" x 29/32"
Thickness: 1/4"
Grade: Y30BH
Material: Ceramic
Vertical Pull: 13.45lbs
Slide Resistance: 2.65lbs
Max Temp: 356°F
Fixing: 5/64" Screw
  • Rivet Fixing for 5/64" Screw.
  • Innovative rectangular design with nickel casing which greatly increases performance.
  • The magnet's north pole is on the centre of the magnet's face with the south pole on the outer edge meaning both poles are on the same face.
  • 6.2.2lbs maximum pull from the magnetic surface when in flush contact with a mild steel surface of equal thickness to the magnet.
  • Resistant to corrosion so no extra coating required.

These channel magnets offer excellent value with a maximum pull strength of 13.45lbs. The innovative channel design with stainless steel casing greatly increases performance. Each magnet can be screwed into place using a 1/64" screw and has a maximum operating temperature of 356 degrees Fahrenheit. They are commonly used around the home and for holding machine parts in place.

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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
January 9, 2014 | Valerie Leaver
Just made for the job

I bought these to attach bespoke picture frames to the wall of a metal home office. The pre-drilled holes made it very easy to screw two sheets of acrylic together and attach the magnets. I found that a strip of masking tape over the surface of the magnets made them less likely to slide down the wall and they hold extremely securely. I will be buying more in the near future and would certainly recommend them.

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