Neodymium Pot Magnets with 88 LBS Pulling Force, Dia 1.26" w/ Matching Strikers & Screws
This listing includes 12 neodymium high pull magnets, 12 matching steel strikers and 24 stainless screws. Each magnet has a pulling force of 88 Lbs when apply and direct pull from the match striker. This set provides a bargain for your magnetic holding projects with 24 holding magnets and total 1,056 LB combined pulling force.
- Top quality pot magnets fabricated by ISO 9001 certified manufacturer with high quality neodymium magnets and steel cups
- The magnets are Ni+Cu+Ni triple coated with the best protection available. The steel cups are Ni coated for the best protection
- #10 Countersunk holes provide convenient and durable way for all the potential applications
- These neodymium high pull magnets are majorly used for holding purposes. They can be used in various industries, homes and offices. For example, tool holders, stud finders and furniture
- 100% Money back Guaranteed! These Heavy Duty Rare Earth Pot Magnets are Guaranteed Zero Risk Purchase
Included in this mounting kit are 12 MCHN-32 Neodymium cup magnets, 12 matching stainless steel strikers that can be mounted anywhere due to their resistance to environmental conditions, and 24 stainless steel non-magnetic screws that make installing both the cup magnets and the strike plates easier than ever.
To mount a cup magnet to a surface, either make sure that the surface is made of a magnetic material such as steel, or attach the included strike plates to a surface.
Neodymium cup magnets have a multitude of uses beyond sticking items to your fridge because of their immense strength and small size, and their countersunk hole lets you mount these magnets anywhere for an endless amount of uses. Uses for this magnet range from magnetic fishing, to storing tools and high capacity holding.
Neodymium cup magnets aren’t your typical neodymium magnet because of the way that they manipulate the existing magnetic field to increase their strength. As strong as neodymium magnets are, they only use one side of their magnetic field to stick to metal which means they’re only using half of their available strength. The addition of a steel cup however, allows the other pole of the magnet to be used which increases the strength of the magnet to much higher than that of a normal neodymium magnet but also makes the other side magnetically weak. If the highest possible pull force is required, then neodymium cup magnets are the answer to your magnet needs.