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100kg - 200kg

Frenergy is an Australian owned online magnet retailer. We supply a broad range of top quality magnets and magnetic tools. If you are after some powerful Neodymium magnets or heavy duty magnetic lifters, Frenergy is your supplier of choice. Our team has worked hard to source the best quality magnets at the most competitive prices. The purchasing experience of our customers is incredibly important and our user-friendly website reflects this. 

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100kg - 200kg

We have developed our website to assist customers with navigating their way through the hundreds of products available. The website categories allow customers to focus on the shape, type of magnet or even the strength of magnet they require. In this category you will find heavy duty magnets with a pull force of between 100 and 200 kilograms.

Our website boasts a wide range of powerful magnets and the magnets in this 100-200kg category certainly meet that description. Magnets of this strength should only be handled by users with experience handling industrial magnets. We recommend customers review safe magnet handling practices before removing the magnets from their packaging.

Industrial operations often utilize magnets of this capacity to store and secure ferrous items. Any large scale industrial set up is likely to have equipment, materials or stock which can be held in place magnetically. 

Sheet metal is used in a myriad of different manufacturing systems. Magnets are the safest and simplest way to store them. Holding pot magnets can be bolted or screwed to permanent fixtures to create a magnetic surface. Sheet metal, or any other ferrous object, can then be attached and removed as needed.

Magnetic Holding Pots

Mounting pots or holding pots are a steel encased magnet. Pot magnets are generally a ring or disc shaped magnet that sits inside a steel cup. The steel case protects the magnet inside from damage. This is particularly important for industrial magnets as they can be hard to control when they snap onto a ferrous surface. 

The steel cup also enhances the power of the magnet. Steel augments the magnetic field. The magnetic field that would normally be produced out of the reverse of the magnet is shifted to the front face. This creates a powerful working face of the magnet which effectively has both north and south poles present.

Neodymium pot magnets also provide one more outstanding benefit to users. They come with a ready made point of attachment. There are a number of different types of pot magnets. These include male and female threaded pots, countersunk pots and pots with a straight sided hole. They can all be attached easily to non ferrous objects or surfaces ready for magnetic adhesion.

Our range of magnetic products

Heavy duty magnets are not all we have in store here at Frenergy Magnets. We have a huge range of other magnetic products to suit home users, office users and for all your warehouse needs. 

Whether you are a craftsperson or an experienced engineer, you will find a magnetic product in our range for you. There are many more fantastic products in our range. Why not take a look through our range and feel free to get in touch with our friendly sales team.

Frenergy magnets stock many hard to find magnetic products. Magnetic water treatment devices and magnetic oil filters are just two examples of our diverse range. We also have a huge range of flexible magnets. These include magnetic tapes, magnetic sheets, magnetic labels and even printable magnetic paper. Take a look through our magnetic categories today.

Best uses for magnets with 100kg-200kg pull force?

Powerful magnets such as the 100-200kg capacity magnets in this range are suited to industrial settings. Inexperienced users should look for alternative products which are safer to handle. Many applications would be better served by using a number of smaller magnets rather than one large magnet. 

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel vertically. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel)  are generally able to hold around 30% of the pull force listed due to the effects of gravity and the lack of traction between the surface and the shiny magnet.