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50kg - 100kg

AMF New Zealand has an extensive range of magnets and magnetic equipment and tools available to purchase online. We are an ecommerce store however unlike many of our competitors, our customer service team is always ready to assist you. Our team is happy to help you find the right magnet for your application. Our range of heavy duty magnets with a pull force of 50-100kgs is second to none. We ensure all our powerful magnets are of the highest quality and are price competitively.

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The vast majority of the magnets in this category are Neodymium Holding Pot Magnets. These consist of a strong Neodymium magnetic set into a steel pot case. Pot magnets are particularly powerful for their size as the steel casing interacts with the magnetic field. The steel augments the magnetic field, forcing both the poles to the front face of the magnet. In addition to the magnetic power being enhanced by the pot, the case also protects the magnet from physical impacts.

Individual magnets like the ones in this 50-100kg category are used in industrial applications for separation and decontamination purposes. Magnets of significant strength can also be used in the production of energy. Generators and transformers, particularly at an industrial scale, such as a mining company, utilise strong magnets. There are several different shapes including Block magnets, Disc magnets and Ring magnets in this category.

It is important to note these are heavy duty magnets and should be handled with extreme care. The powerful magnets in this range are capable of causing injury to a user if not handled correctly.

Our range of Holding Pot Magnets

The term pot magnet refers to a variety of different magnets. The most popular is a round steel pot with a ring shaped magnet inside. These are available with Alnico or Ferrite magnets however Neodymium is the most common type of magnet used. These pot magnets also come with a few different types of attachment points. These include female and male threaded hole, countersunk hole and straight sided hole.

Many Pot magnets are sold with a fixture already attached however the majority of these can be removed as needed. These fixtures include eyelets, hooks and handles.

The Pot magnet category also includes Rubber pot magnets and Rectangular pot magnets. Rubber pot magnets are substantially different from the standard pot magnet. They have a rubber disc with a number of small rare earth magnetic discs arranged in a circle around the central attachment point.

These magnets are particularly well suited to automotive applications, whether they be campers or car dealerships. The soft rubber protects the painted surface of the car from damage. Standard pot magnets have angular edges that could cause dents and scratches to paintwork.

Rectangular pot magnets have a steel channel with a rectangular Neodymium magnet inset into it. They have either one or two holes to allow for easy attachment to non ferrous materials. These magnets are well suited to magnetic closure systems due to their low profile and elongated shape. The long rectangular shape is able to be inset into drawers, doors or door frames with ease.


Best uses for magnets with 50kg-100kg pull force?
At this end of the strength scale, magnets tend to be better suited to industrial applications. Pot magnets are used by people from all manner of industries. They provide a strong and permanent attachment point without damaging the underlying metal surface.

Eyelets and Hooks are popular as ready-made hanging systems. The female and male threaded options are also frequently used as components of a larger product. They can be attached easily with a bolt or customised shaft.

Large Neodymium magnets are highly practical, multipurpose tools. They can be used in a variety of situations where permanent adhesive products are not appropriate. Technicians, tradespeople and maintenance staff keep strong magnets in their toolbox as they are an indispensable tool.

When working in a cramped space, magnets can provide a means of clamping, holding, securing or retrieving items. They are able to lend a hand to those working alone or where it is not possible to have two people in a confined space. For more specific magnetic retrieval tools, check out the range in the Magnetic Tools and Equipment category.

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel from a horizontal surface. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel) are generally able to hold around only 30% of the pull force listed in the product description. This is due to the effects of gravity and the lack of friction between the surface and the shiny magnet. Read More