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Pot magnets are also known as deep pot magnets, mounting magnets, fastening magnets or clamping magnets. With them, the magnetic core is integrated into a circular steel pot. The resulting magnetic short circuit increases the magnetic flow and thus the adhesion force. The name of this magnet comes from the resulting very low design.
What are the advantages of pot magnets?
What are the precautions for using pot magnets?
What are the reasons for the popularity of pot magnets?
Pot magnets are designed to be clamped directly onto a steel surface; they are made of large magnets encased in a steel casing. They are magnetic on only one face, resulting in a strong clamping force. However, they should not be used to attract other magnets or to attract through gaps because of their shallow magnetic field depth.
Pot magnets have many advantages and can be supplied with threaded holes, countersunk holes, countersunk holes, studs or threaded rings, all of which are easy to install. They can also be supplied with hook and loop bolt attachments, perfect for hanging a variety of items.
Magnetism is limited to one face, which is concentrated on one surface in order to provide maximum holding power for the size of the magnet. Pot magnets are protected by a steel casing and are more resistant to chipping and cracking.
1. Make sure to keep pot magnets out of the reach of children and pets, it is not a toy, small magnets can pose a choking hazard.
2. Watch your fingers, because pot magnets are very strong magnets that are difficult to pull apart from a distance and fly together quickly, so it is easy to get caught between the magnets.
3. Keep magnets away from medical devices, electronic products and magnetic media, as our magnets have strong magnetic fields that may affect and/or destroy the function of these medical devices, electronic products and magnetic media.
4. Pot magnets are fragile, they can crack, shatter, or shatter if bumped against each other. So be sure to handle it with care and wear eye protection glasses.
Further variants and accessories for pot magnets with or without thread
Pot magnets have a magnetic core in a steel or stainless steel pot. Steel leads to a slightly higher bonding force. Stainless steel is rust-proof and therefore also suitable for outdoor use. Other possible uses come from the way the housing is manufactured. It can be a turned or pressed housing. Pans can be manufactured more precisely due to more complex turning. Rubber discs and lids can also be used as attachments for pot magnets. These can protect sensitive surfaces from scratches.
Shine Magnetics are also pleased to give suggestions for customers’ special requirements from irregular magnets to complete systems. We can proceed to develop and test the solutions before producing the final products, working with you or on your behalf.