4250 lb Combined Pulling Force 5.31" Double Sided Neodymium Fishing Magnet with Eyebolts, Threadlocker
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Note: This magnet was previously sold with an under-represented pull force of 3600 lbs. No changes have been made to the magnet. Packaging may still reflect under-represented pull force.
Our largest and strongest magnet, this thing is a beast! This magnet was specifically designed with heavy retrieving applications in mind. You won't have to worry which way the magnet is oriented under water since each side provides up to 2125 lbs of pulling force. The design provides more versatility by allowing it to be used as a double sided, or single sided magnet. The eyebolt can screw into the side of the casing, or through the magnet face. Using this magnet in the single sided configuration will provide a much stronger hold since the user is pulling perpendicular to the target.
Includes two M12 threaded eyelets. This magnet is made with an A3 steel case and coated with Nickel-Copper-Nickel to be the strongest and most durable type of permanent magnet available.
Please note that holding power of 4,250 lbs is a combined maximum weight between the two magnets. Each side will produce around 2,125 lbs of pulling force.
Includes 6ml bottle of thread locker to keep the eyebolt from backing out.
Dimensions: 5.31” x 1.57” (135mm x 40mm)
Hole Diameter: 0.47” (12mm)
Material: Two NdFeB Magnets + A3 Steel Casing + Two 304 Stainless Steel Eyebolts
Pulling Force: 4250 lbs (combined)
Weight: 10.0 lbs
HOW THE PULLING FORCE IS TESTED
The forces have been determined at room temperature on a plate of polished steel (A36) with a thickness of 1/2 inch. The pull force is applied perpendicular to the face of the plate. A maximum deviation of -10% compared to the specified force is possible in exceptional cases, generally the value is exceeded. Depending on the type of application (thickness/condition of base metal, temperatures, and direction of pull), the forces can be influenced enormously. Mounting on vertical surfaces can reduce the pulling force by up to 70%. The indicated values solely serve a basis for comparison under above stated conditions. Please get advice and help from our experts.