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  1. questionUsing Glue with Magnets
    You'll need to consider the type of surface the magnet is being attached to when considering what type of adhesive to use. If the surface is uneven, an adhesive with plenty of "body" will be needed so that it conforms to the uneven surface. General advice on gluing: Our general ad ...

  2. questionWhich rubber material thickness?
    The thickness of magnetic rubber material varies between products. We stock a variety of products in varying thicknesses to suit a multitude of applications. Click here to see our range of magnetic flexible rubber material products. Regardless of thickness, magnetic rubber cannot attract throug ...

  3. questionMagnets and Stainless Steels
    Stainless steel ("SS" for short) is a special form of steel which contains chromium, and offers a greater resistance to tarnishing and rust. The influence of permanent magnets on stainless steel varies greatly, depending on the material. There are three broad families of stainless steel, classif ...

  4. questionMaking a Magnetic Flyscreen
    Magnetic flyscreens are a great solution for keeping out unwanted bugs and insects. You can use these covers in your home, car, caravan, demountable worksite offices, and more! Flyscreen covers can be used to seal doors, windows and vents! These instructions will guide you in making your own rem ...

  5. questionAttaching Magnets in Your Design
    If you need to fasten a magnet to your design or device, you can use either mechanical or adhesive-based methods. Bolts/Screws Some types of magnets, such as our Pot magnets, are specially designed to allow for easy attaching, as they feature threads, hooks, countersunk holes, etc. Sewing Fo ...

  6. questionCan I block the magnetic field?
    Magnetic fields permeate most materials! A magnetic field will effortlessly pass through any non-ferrous material. "Ferrous" means relating to, or containing, iron. This means that the field will remain unaffected... even if the magnet were encased by a barrier made of wood, lead, plastic, et ...

  7. questionHow to Affix your Magnetic Knife/Tool Holder
    Introduction: Your assembly includes a backing plate, magnetic front and two aluminium spacers (10mm deep, 15mm Diameter) for mounting to your wall. The system is easy to install and won't make a mess! Mounts easily to your wall and contains strong magnets to keep your knives or tools within ea ...

  8. questionPoles & Directions of Magnetism
    Our magnets can be magnetised across any axis, hence allowing them to be used to different effect. The 'Direction of Magnetism' determines on which side of the magnet the north and south poles appear. Here are our most common directions of magnetism: Axially Magnetised through thickness D ...