Custom Pot Magnet at DailyMag
Pot Magnet consisted of powerful NdFeB magnets and sturdy steel cups or channels. It is also known as a cup magnet or mounting magnet because it holds the magnet. This product has a non-magnetic material for the cup and a base made of a magnetic alloy. The non-magnetic steel cup also serves to cushion and protect the brittle magnetic material from mechanical stress. The structure of a pot magnet creates a magnetic circuit. It actually increases the overall pulling power of the magnetic material. They are used for clamping, gripping, and fixture applications.
DailyMag offers a variety of pot magnets. It is available in a round shape but can be customized for your needs. The cup can be used in a variety of ways, for example, by having a closed-loop attachment point or a threaded post. The mounting magnet usually comes with a hole, countersunk (for screws), with hooks or eyebolts, blind-ended (for press-fitting), through-hole (for bolts and cap head screws), female and male threaded (for attachment to nuts or into threads), and more.
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DailyMag Pot Magnet Benefits and Advantages
- Smaller size and greater magnetic strength
- Offer incredibly powerful magnetic force
- Cost-effective pot magnet
- Excellent durability
- Protected by steel or rubber coating
- Pot magnets can be mounted in a variety of ways
Pot Magnet Standard Construction
A standard pot magnet has only 1 surface that generates a magnetic field. It concentrates the clamping force. We design pot magnets to have the strongest pull force possible for their size. To achieve this, we eliminate air gaps from the magnetic circuit of the structure. In order to create it highly effective, the ferromagnetic casing guides the magnetic field to the surface that will be clamped. Typically, pot magnets come with a keeper plate that protects the magnet face while being handled or transported.
Pot Magnets Applications
Pot magnets are used for applications such as wall mounting and hanging in residential and commercial settings.
- Searching for lost items
- Hanging Things
- Mounting magnets
- Booth construction or metal construction
- Used for model making
- Attaching Article
- Hobby & Recreation, etc.
Let DailyMag Custom Your Next Pot Magnet Design
Being a leader in this industry, DailyMag stocks an extensive range of pot magnet designs for your projects. We can deliver custom magnetic assemblies and are able to provide pot magnets in a range of sizes and performance standards. Available in options of various ferromagnetic cup housing designs, different adhesive forces, and fixings & attachment mechanisms to meet the needs of the customer.
Our custom pot magnet service consists of:
- Freedom of design
- Lowering costs while maintaining the same magnetic pull force
- Powerful pull strength at the same size
- Several tons to a few kilograms of pulling force
- Strict quality control in every stage of production
- Samples available and production volume
Different Pot Magnet Quality Materials
- 375°C working temperature
- Powerful AlNiCo magnets
- Only one side of a magnet has a working face.
- Encased in an aluminum-insulated steel pot
- Encased in a mild steel shell with a spacer made of aluminum that has been powder-coated.
- Supplied with metal keepers
- 250°C maximum operating temp.
- The North Pole is in the middle
- Body covered in zinc
- Powerful magnetic performance
- Containing a countersunk hole for screw fixings.
- Suitable for applications requiring fixing and closure in confined spaces.
- Stable magnetically across a wide temperature range
- High level of corrosion resistance
- Strong mechanically
- Extremely durable against demagnetization
Pot magnets are unique magnets that are utilized in the industry as industrial magnets, particularly larger ones. The magnetic core is made from various materials such as Neodymium, alnico, Samarium Cobalt SmCo, and Ferrite magnet. It is sunk into a steel pot to increase the magnet’s adhesive force.
Pot magnets have more benefits than a single neodymium countersunk magnet. Although it is small, it offers greater magnetic strength.
A magnet is typically enclosed in a casing or housing to form a pot magnet. Although ferritic stainless steel (400 series), which is preferred for its resistance to corrosion, is also used, the ferromagnetic housing of pot magnets is frequently made of plated mild steel.
Yes. But only because a larger magnet has correspondingly more alignable areas compared to a smaller portion of the same material. It results in a stronger magnetic field.