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Alnico Shallow Pot Magnets

Use our Alnico Shallow Pot Magnets, also called Mounting Pot Magnets, for clamping and holding applications. They are designed to adhere to or to be sunken into any ferromagnetic surface like mild steel without any loss of performance. Countersunk Alnico Shallow Pots are great magnets with great technical properties. Alnico Shallow Pot Magnets possess a threaded hole permitting an easy placement onto a spool, axle or rod thanks to their reliable push and pull force. This threaded void allows a screw thread to be inserted to screw the Alnico Shallow Pot to any material, giving you a good mechanical hold. Our Shallow pots have their North pole at their centre. With their high temperature resistance (up to 425°C), they are a premium choice in the manufacture of a multitude of pressure and temperature measuring sensors. Their anti-corrosion quality let you use them in humid environments, especially for marine based or outdoor applications.You can find their North Pole at their centre. Magnetic Alnico Shallow Pots are easy-to-use magnets designed for the construction, mechanical, electronic and scientific industry. Shallow Pot Magnets made from Alnico are very popular amongst various industry sectors such as construction, mechanic, electronic, industrial design and audio studios, scientific laboratories and hospitals. In fact, they are commonly adopted for jigs and fixtures, as well as holding and gripping applications where there are height and space restrictions or variations of extreme temperatures. Use Alnico Shallow Pot Magnets, or Mounting Magnets for signs or banners, marketing or exhibition displays, lighting fixtures, ceiling and false ceiling clamps, industrial fixing, torque limited seals and window dressing. Be careful not to over-tighten the screw in order to avoid the magnetic material breaking. 

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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