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Rare Earth Salvage Hook Eyebolt Magnet 400KG Specifications:
Part No.: FNRM-8360
Deep Pot size – 70mm x 40mm
Holding size – 83mm x 60mm
Height – 110mm
Weight – 2,85 kg
Grade – N38 NiCuNi
Max 80° C
Max pull force – 400kg
Application: Can be used for treasure hunting in the sea/river. Great for recovering keys down a drain or overboard a boat.
MAX PULL FORCE
N38 – 400kg
– not rust
– maximum operating temperature is 80 ° C
– never demagnetization
– magnet hunting
– retrieval magnet
What is in package:
– 1 Neodymium Magnet
– 1 Handle ring screw
– 1 Handle bar
Retrieving Neodymium Pot Magnet Note:
Strong magnets should Keep away from Ironware and some easily magnetized iron products, such as monitors, bank cards, computers,televisions, mobile phones and others
Strong magnets should be stored in a dry, heated environment, and need to use of plastic, wood, cardboard, foam to separated and wrapped.
Magnets might be interested in water meter ,Electric meter, gas meter and some metering equipment exist some inaccurate affect (Such as:if magnets placed near the meter, the meter will slow down)
Do not allow children to play with unsupervised
Magnets are breakable! As sintered ceramic material, neodymium magnets may easily be broken or crushed. It is true particularly for magnets of thin shapes. It is therefore advisable to avoid situations when magnets may be exposed to impacts or acting immediately deforming forces. Connecting and disconnecting magnets should be done only in controlled conditions, by careful sliding them down or over each other, and with bigger magnets use of distancing blocks is needed. You must not cut, drill, or otherwise process magnets unless you use special equipment for such a purpose. A magnet subject to machining is likely to break, and its parts devoid of protective coating soon become damaged as a result of oxidation. Notice – powder from a crushed magnet is inflammable!
The pull force given refers to hoisting capacity measured in optimal conditions, by using as a backing plate a sheet made of low-carbon steel 10 mm thick of smooth surface and with the force acting perpendicularly in room temperature.