Rubber Coated Ceramic Block Magnets - 2pk

Product code: MOS07276

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Rubber Coated Ceramic Block Magnets - 2pk

Product Code MOS07276
Weight 0.13kg

Permanent magnet with plastic coating - Yellow and Red as shown. 2 pk.

Size: Each magnet is 12.7mm (1/2") thick x 25.4mm (1") wide x 50.8mm (2"") long.

These colourful Ceramic block magnets have a rubber covering that protects the fragile magnet inside and also acts to contain the chalky and dusty ceramic magnetic material, which would otherwise mark, damage or tarnish the surface it attaches to. They are excellent tools for identifying metal bodied equipment without damaging paintwork.

Caryards, auction houses, construction sites, workshops and warehouses find coloured magnetic blocks useful tools to identify and differentiate between stock, products or materials that may be constantly changing in status or states of completion. Indoors, these blocks can be applied to office whiteboards to represent different markets, customers or staff members. They can be applied to steel office furniture such as filing cabinets and shelving to display and hold notices, diagrams or drawings in place.

Rubber coated magnets can also be applied to the opposite sides of glass panels to hold materials such as temporary privacy screens in place without scratching or damaging the glass surface. These relatively lightweight blocks are sold in a pack of two magnets with one Red and one Yellow block in each.

Permanent magnet with plastic coating - Yellow and Red as shown. 2 pk.

Size: Each magnet is 12.7mm (1/2") thick x 25.4mm (1") wide x 50.8mm (2"") long.

These colourful Ceramic block magnets have a rubber covering that protects the fragile magnet inside and also acts to contain the chalky and dusty ceramic magnetic material, which would otherwise mark, damage or tarnish the surface it attaches to. They are excellent tools for identifying metal bodied equipment without damaging paintwork.

Caryards, auction houses, construction sites, workshops and warehouses find coloured magnetic blocks useful tools to identify and differentiate between stock, products or materials that may be constantly changing in status or states of completion. Indoors, these blocks can be applied to office whiteboards to represent different markets, customers or staff members. They can be applied to steel office furniture such as filing cabinets and shelving to display and hold notices, diagrams or drawings in place.

Rubber coated magnets can also be applied to the opposite sides of glass panels to hold materials such as temporary privacy screens in place without scratching or damaging the glass surface. These relatively lightweight blocks are sold in a pack of two magnets with one Red and one Yellow block in each.