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Channel Magnet Assemblies

Our Neodymium and Ceramic channel magnets are encased within a secure steel shell, with either countersunk or through hole fixing and are extremely versatile for use in mounting or securing, in door latches and for holding signage and banners.

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  • 10 x 13.5 x 5mm thick Neodymium Channel Magnet w/ 3.3mm c/sunk hole - 4kg Pull
  • 20 x 13.5 x 5mm thick Neodymium Channel Magnet w/ 3.3mm c/sunk hole - 8kg Pull
  • 40 x 13.5 x 5mm thick Neodymium Channel Magnet w/ 2x 3.3mm c/sunk holes - 17kg Pull
  • 60 x 13.5 x 5mm thick Neodymium Channel Magnet w/ 2x 3.3mm c/sunk holes - 30kg Pull
  • 100 x 13.5 x 5mm thick Neodymium Channel Magnet w/ 2x 3.3mm c/sunk holes - 36kg Pull
  • 120 x 13.5 x 5mm thick Neodymium Channel Magnet w/ 2x 3.3mm c/sunk holes - 40kg Pull
  • Magnetic Cable Tie Mount (Stainless Steel) 26 x 23 x 6.3mm thick 6.1kg Pull
  • Magnetic Cable Tie Mount  26 x 23 x 6.3mm thick 6.1kg Pull
  • 76 x 38 x 11.6mm thick (x 4mm hole) Ferrite Channel Magnet - 25kg Pull Super Strong
  • 76 x 24 x 6.35mm thick (x 4mm hole) Ferrite Channel Magnet - 10kg Pull
  • 76 x 23 x 6.3mm thick Ferrite Channel Magnet - 10kg Pull
  • 69 x 27 x 11.8mm thick (x 5mm hole) Ferrite Channel Magnet - 10kg Pull
  • 26 x 23 x 6.3mm thick (x 3mm hole) Stainless Steel Ferrite Channel Magnet - 6.1kg Pull
  • 26 x 23 x 6.3mm thick (x 3mm hole) Ferrite Channel Magnet - 6.1kg Pull

Channel magnets are rectangular in shape and consist of a steel shell with either a neodymium or ceramic magnet sunken into one face.

Magnetism is confined to one face only, where it is concentrated to give the maximum holding force possible for the size of the magnet. The steel shell significantly increases the clamping force of the assembly making them excellent value for money. Channel magnets are supplied with a plain hole for convenient mounting located in the middle of the magnet or at either end depending on the size.

Channel magnets do not chip or crack with constant impacting onto a steel surface which is another large advantage. Channel magnets can be used in guides for letterpress printing and commercial sewing.

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