Neodymium Magnet Fishing- D48mm (81kg) | Double Sided Magnetised

Product code: AMFYPLNM48-2

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Neodymium Magnet Fishing- D48mm (81kg) | Double Sided Magnetised

Product Code AMFYPLNM48-2
Pull Force* 81kg
Weight 300 g
Coating Nickel (Ni)
Direction of Magnetisation Through Height
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

This Neodymium Pot magnet has a diameter of 48mm and an M8 threaded hole for eyelet attachment. Both sides of the Disc are magnetic and offer a total pull force of 81kg.

This powerful Neodymium Disc has a special steel casing that reduces impact damage to the magnet inside while leaving both the flat magnetic surfaces exposed. These large Disc magnets are perfectly suited to use as a magnetic retrieval tool or in other cases can act as a holding or hanging device when the magnet is fixed to steel surfaces. The magnet can be lowered with a rope into crevices and crannies using the unique and highly practical eyelet attachment which is located to the side of the flat magnetic faces. This location allows more of the magnet’s surface to be exposed and gives it better attraction capabilities, especially in hard to reach or underwater locations. Although this disc can solve difficult metal retrieval problems for tradespeople and maintenance workers, it can also provide families with hours of outdoor entertainment when used for ”fishing” out metal waste and even lost items of considerable value from local waterways like dams and canals.

This Neodymium Pot magnet has a diameter of 48mm and an M8 threaded hole for eyelet attachment. Both sides of the Disc are magnetic and offer a total pull force of 81kg.

This powerful Neodymium Disc has a special steel casing that reduces impact damage to the magnet inside while leaving both the flat magnetic surfaces exposed. These large Disc magnets are perfectly suited to use as a magnetic retrieval tool or in other cases can act as a holding or hanging device when the magnet is fixed to steel surfaces. The magnet can be lowered with a rope into crevices and crannies using the unique and highly practical eyelet attachment which is located to the side of the flat magnetic faces. This location allows more of the magnet’s surface to be exposed and gives it better attraction capabilities, especially in hard to reach or underwater locations. Although this disc can solve difficult metal retrieval problems for tradespeople and maintenance workers, it can also provide families with hours of outdoor entertainment when used for ”fishing” out metal waste and even lost items of considerable value from local waterways like dams and canals.