Neodymium Swivel Hook Magnet - D25mm dia | SILVER | 22kg pull force

Product code: AMFYPJ25A

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Neodymium Swivel Hook Magnet - D25mm dia | SILVER | 22kg pull force

Product Code AMFYPJ25A
Pull force 22kg
Plating Black Epoxy Plated
Dimensions 25mm diameter
Weight 36 g
Max Operating Temperature 80 degree C
*Measured against up to 10mm mild steel.

Practical Design

  • Versatility: can be used on various surfaces such as refrigerators, ceilings, vans, workplaces and tool storage
  • Strong magnetic pull force: holds up to 22kg in horizontal position
  • Swivel hook design: allows for easy adjustment of hanging angle
  • Silver hook: adds a touch of style to your space
  • Easy to install: no drilling or tools required

Our magnet hooks are made of high-grade Nd-Fe-B materials. Neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnet currently made. They are amazingly powerful for their size and have innumerable uses.

Several Important Factors Affecting the Tensile Force of Magnets

  • Only when the thickness of the tested steel reaches a certain level, the magnetic flux through its cross section would be the largest and the leakage magnetic field between the magnetic poles is the smallest, the tensile energy can reach the ideal value.
  • Only when the force is perpendicular to the contact surface can the tension reach the maximum. When the force is parallel to the contact surface, the pulling force can only reach 1/3 maximum.
  • Magnets attract only magnetizable materials such as iron, cobalt, nickel and their alloys. It can not attract non-ferromagnetic plates such as aluminium, copper, wood, plastics and stainless steel.
  • The farther the magnet is from the magnetic material, the greater the leakage magnetic field and the smaller the pull force would be. Therefore, the surface paint adsorption by magnets is also an important factor affecting the pulling force of magnets.

WARNING

  • Keep away from pacemakers.
  • Powerful magnets can hurt your fingers.
  • Strong magnet - Not for children, parental supervision is required.
  • All magnets may chip and shatter, but if used correctly, can last a lifetime.
  • The maximum working temperature of neodymium iron boron magnetic is 80 C


Practical Design

  • Versatility: can be used on various surfaces such as refrigerators, ceilings, vans, workplaces and tool storage
  • Strong magnetic pull force: holds up to 22kg in horizontal position
  • Swivel hook design: allows for easy adjustment of hanging angle
  • Silver hook: adds a touch of style to your space
  • Easy to install: no drilling or tools required

Our magnet hooks are made of high-grade Nd-Fe-B materials. Neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnet currently made. They are amazingly powerful for their size and have innumerable uses.

Several Important Factors Affecting the Tensile Force of Magnets

  • Only when the thickness of the tested steel reaches a certain level, the magnetic flux through its cross section would be the largest and the leakage magnetic field between the magnetic poles is the smallest, the tensile energy can reach the ideal value.
  • Only when the force is perpendicular to the contact surface can the tension reach the maximum. When the force is parallel to the contact surface, the pulling force can only reach 1/3 maximum.
  • Magnets attract only magnetizable materials such as iron, cobalt, nickel and their alloys. It can not attract non-ferromagnetic plates such as aluminium, copper, wood, plastics and stainless steel.
  • The farther the magnet is from the magnetic material, the greater the leakage magnetic field and the smaller the pull force would be. Therefore, the surface paint adsorption by magnets is also an important factor affecting the pulling force of magnets.

WARNING

  • Keep away from pacemakers.
  • Powerful magnets can hurt your fingers.
  • Strong magnet - Not for children, parental supervision is required.
  • All magnets may chip and shatter, but if used correctly, can last a lifetime.
  • The maximum working temperature of neodymium iron boron magnetic is 80 C