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Coloured Magnetic Strips & Magnetic Tape

With their glossy surface, our Coloured Magnetic Tape and White Magnetic Tape products are perfect for writing on with whiteboard markers. Available in a range of colours and thicknesses to suit a variety of different home and workplace applications. These are fantastic for use as coloured magnetic strips for whiteboards, allowing for easy colour coded displays and tables.

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Magnetic Strips & Magnetic Tape - Coloured

AMF Magnets NZ stocks magnetic tape by the metre, in 30m and 60m rolls to suit our customers needs regardless of the size of your project. Let us know if you have a custom length in mind and we will do our best to help you out.

We provide 8 colour options - Yellow, Red, Green, Blue, Purple, Orange, Black and White. These white magnetic strips and coloured magnetic strips come in either 0.6mm or 0.8mm thickness. The white magnetic tape roll is available in widths from 10mm through to 150mm.

Coloured and white magnetic strips feature a polymer matrix filled with Strontium or Barium ferrite powder giving them a very solid demagnetisation resistance and a good resistance to chemical agents. You can easily cut the strips to your desired length using a craft knife or scissors. Have a look through this user friendly range of magnetic tapes now.


Uses for Coloured Magnetic Tape Products

Are you looking for coloured magnetic strips for whiteboard displays and graphs? Schools love our range of coloured and white magnetic tapes, popular with teachers and students alike. They are great in the classrooms for a fun and engaging way of displaying artworks and worksheets on the whiteboard. Alternatively they can be written on with a whiteboard pen making them infinitely adjustable for all your teaching needs. It's not just in the classroom they are a hit, the staffroom is the hub of the school and our coloured magnetic strips provide a user friendly and visually accessible communication tool to keep everyone up to date.

Fridges, metal shelving or support posts are all fantastic metal surfaces to utilise with magnetic strips to create an instant memo board. Combine these with our whiteboard magnets to create the perfect display.

By far the most popular use for white magnetic tape rolls is warehouse and storeroom labelling. Keep everything in your workplace ticking along seamlessly with clearly labelled shelves and racks. Simply cut the tape to size and adhere to your chosen metal shelf, cabinet or whiteboard.

Looking for a solution for a non-metal surface? If you have a non-metallic or aluminium surface that you would like to use these on then check out our range of self-adhesive magnetic tapes. They could be the perfect solution for your labelling needs.


What are the strongest magnetic strips?

Neodymium magnetic strips are definitely the strongest form of flexible magnetic tape. However this can be an expensive option for larger projects where Ferrite magnetic tape is a more cost effective option. Check out our FAQs for more information.

Do magnetic strips stick to white boards?

Yes! This is one of the most popular uses of coloured magnetic tapes. Perfect for creating easy to see, adjustable displays on whiteboards. The PVC coating also means they can also be written on with a whiteboard marker. Take a look at our FAQ on dry-erase capabilities.

How do you use self adhesive magnetic strips?

Self-adhesive magnetic strips are easy to use. Simply cut to the desired length and peel away the protective layer before sticking it into place. Our Knowledge Base is a great place to find more information and detailed instructions.

Does the magnetic strip stick to itself?

Magnafix is the perfect product to buy if you are looking for a part A and part B product that can be used to magnetically adhere to each other. Not all magnetic tapes can be used in this fashion as the magnetic poles do not align correctly causing the tape to be off centre when magnetically adhered. Take a look at our FAQ page for more information.

How strong are magnetic strips?

The pull force for each product is listed on the relevant product page. However the factors that influence the strength of the magnetic tape are; the type of magnetic material and the thickness of the tape. For more discussion on what the term ‘pull force’ refers to please take a look at our FAQ page.

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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