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Shop Supplies - Magnets


General Bar Type Alnico Magnets
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  • For laboratory and shop use.
  • May be used singly, in pairs or end to end in multiples.
  • Dimensions are for single bars.
  • Remove keepers for use.





General Button Type Alnico Magnets
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  • Button shaped magnet has almost unlimited applications.
  • Retrieves screws and steel parts.
  • Center hole in top of magnet for easy fastening.





General Hardware Permanent Magnets - Alnico Shallow Pot Magnets - Alnico Magnets 
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Permanent Magnet - Material which once having been magnetized, show definite resistance to external damagnetizing forces.
Ceramic - (Barium Ferrite) a non-metallic compound of very pure grades of iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate. It has a tremendous resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico - (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper) is known for its high heat capabilities, up to 800ºF, 427ºC.
Rare Earth - Samarium Cobalt and Neodymium-Iron-Boron are most commonly used rare earth magnet materials. Due to the tremendously high energy level, rare earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications.

General Hardware Permanent Magnets - Bar Type 
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Permanent Magnet - Material which once having been magnetized, show definite resistance to external damagnetizing forces.
Ceramic - (Barium Ferrite) a non-metallic compound of very pure grades of iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate. It has a tremendous resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico - (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper) is known for its high heat capabilities, up to 800ºF, 427ºC.
Rare Earth - Samarium Cobalt and Neodymium-Iron-Boron are most commonly used rare earth magnet materials. Due to the tremendously high energy level, rare earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications.

General Hardware Permanent Magnets - Button Type 
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Permanent Magnet - Material which once having been magnetized, show definite resistance to external damagnetizing forces.
Ceramic - (Barium Ferrite) a non-metallic compound of very pure grades of iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate. It has a tremendous resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico - (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper) is known for its high heat capabilities, up to 800ºF, 427ºC.
Rare Earth - Samarium Cobalt and Neodymium-Iron-Boron are most commonly used rare earth magnet materials. Due to the tremendously high energy level, rare earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications.

General Hardware Permanent Magnets - Horseshoe Type - Alnico Magnets 
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Permanent Magnet - Material which once having been magnetized, show definite resistance to external damagnetizing forces.
Ceramic - (Barium Ferrite) a non-metallic compound of very pure grades of iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate. It has a tremendous resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico - (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper) is known for its high heat capabilities, up to 800ºF, 427ºC.
Rare Earth - Samarium Cobalt and Neodymium-Iron-Boron are most commonly used rare earth magnet materials. Due to the tremendously high energy level, rare earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications.

General Hardware Permanent Magnets - Notched Alnico Round Bar Magnets - Alnico Magnets 
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Permanent Magnet - Material which once having been magnetized, show definite resistance to external damagnetizing forces.
Ceramic - (Barium Ferrite) a non-metallic compound of very pure grades of iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate. It has a tremendous resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico - (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper) is known for its high heat capabilities, up to 800ºF, 427ºC.
Rare Earth - Samarium Cobalt and Neodymium-Iron-Boron are most commonly used rare earth magnet materials. Due to the tremendously high energy level, rare earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications.

General Pot Type Alnico Magnets
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  • Unique combination of strong magnet with insulating ring gives this magnet the superior holding power of larger ones.
  • 1/4-20 Tapped hole for attaching to fixture and machines.





General Power Alnico Magnets
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  • Strong magnetic pull for lifting, holding, sorting, clamping, retrieving steel or iron parts.
  • Hole in top of magnet for attaching conveyors, racks and welding jigs.





Permanent Magnets - Two Pole Alnico - Alnico Magnets 
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Permanent Magnet - Material which once having been magnetized, show definite resistance to external damagnetizing forces.
Ceramic - (Barium Ferrite) a non-metallic compound of very pure grades of iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate. It has a tremendous resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico - (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper) is known for its high heat capabilities, up to 800ºF, 427ºC.
Rare Earth - Samarium Cobalt and Neodymium-Iron-Boron are most commonly used rare earth magnet materials. Due to the tremendously high energy level, rare earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications.

XACT Magnets - Shallow Pot Ceramic Magnets 
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• Hold, lift and attract metal parts
• Shallow depth enables use in applications which require small space
• Features center hole for fastening rods, bolts, and screws
• IMPORT

XACT Permanent Magnets - Extra Power Magnet 
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Permanent Magnet - Material which once having been magnetized, show definite resistance to external damagnetizing forces.
Ceramic - (Barium Ferrite) a non-metallic compound of very pure grades of iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate. It has a tremendous resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico - (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper) is known for its high heat capabilities, up to 800ºF, 427ºC.
Rare Earth - Samarium Cobalt and Neodymium-Iron-Boron are most commonly used rare earth magnet materials. Due to the tremendously high energy level, rare earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications.

XACT Permanent Magnets - Magnetic Adjustable Welding Links 
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• For welding and holding steel plates in position
• 2 Heavy-duty Alnico magnetic blocks 2" long by 1" square, linked together with a bar with wing nuts for easy angle adjustment
• Eliminates clamps or temporary fastening

XACT Permanent Magnets - Pot Type 
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Permanent Magnet - Material which once having been magnetized, show definite resistance to external damagnetizing forces.
Ceramic - (Barium Ferrite) a non-metallic compound of very pure grades of iron oxide and barium or strontium carbonate. It has a tremendous resistance to demagnetization.
Alnico - (Aluminum, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper) is known for its high heat capabilities, up to 800ºF, 427ºC.
Rare Earth - Samarium Cobalt and Neodymium-Iron-Boron are most commonly used rare earth magnet materials. Due to the tremendously high energy level, rare earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications.


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