types of magnets

  1. Using Magnets for Your Next Marketing Campaign

    Using Magnets for Your Next Marketing Campaign
    No matter the size of your business, magnets can be a powerful tool in your marketing strategy. You can use them to promote products and services in target areas, offer them as merchandise, or provide them as a free gift with purchases.  Continue reading →
  2. DIY Quick Dryer Vent Connector

    DIY Quick Dryer Vent Connector
    Dryer Vent Fire Statistics  According to the U.S. Fire Administration, an estimated 2,900 fires, resulting in 5 deaths, 100 injuries, and over $35 million in property loss, are the direct result of dryer vent fires. While these statistics are on the rise, the majority of these fires are preventable with the proper cleaning procedures, including emptying the lint trap before every use and properly disconnecting and cleaning the dryer vent pipe every three months. For gas clothing dryers, professional service is recommended on a yearly basis to inspect your gas line, ensuring it is free from any leaks. While proper cleaning measures are the foremost way to prevent fires, always remember, NEVER leave your dryer running when you are away from your home or sleeping.  Continue reading →
  3. Magnet Fishers Fined

    Magnet Fishers Fined
    What They Found Left Them In Hot Water Magnet fishing is becoming increasingly popular due to its exposure on platforms such as TikTok, YouTube, and Instagram. If you are unfamiliar with the term, it is as literal as it sounds. People hook up a magnet to a rope and cast it into the water to see what they can discover. Continue reading →
  4. Magnet Storing Tips, According To Magnet Type

    Magnet Storing Tips, According To Magnet Type
    Magnet safety entails how to handle magnets, where to store them, and the ideal storage environment. It is especially important when handling strong industrial magnets. If magnet safety is not followed, it can lead to personal injury or damage directly to the magnet, such as breaking, chipping, and cracking. Continue reading →
  5. Tackle Your Next Interior Design Project with a DIY Magnet Stud Finder

    Tackle Your Next Interior Design Project with a DIY Magnet Stud Finder
    Whether you are ready to craft that custom photo wall you have been dreaming about or turn your kitchen into a culinary paradise straight out of a magazine, opt for a magnet over purchasing expensive equipment. Once you have a design in mind for your space, it’s time to bring your inspiration to life.  Continue reading →
  6. Magnetic Yokes Used for Particle Inspection

    Magnetic Yokes Used for Particle Inspection
    Permanent magnets are commonly used in magnetic yokes. This refers to a handheld magnetic device used to induce a field in an area between two poles. They can also be electromagnetic yokes. Either kind of magnetic yoke can be used for participle inspection outdoors, in hard-to-reach places, or in remote locations. They can also evaluate whether a weld job is of quality, detecting surface and subsurface cracks and defects in ferromagnetic material.  Continue reading →
  7. Magnets in the Mining Industry: Improve Quality of Output and Lower Cost of Equipment Upkeep

    Magnets in the Mining Industry: Improve Quality of Output and Lower Cost of Equipment Upkeep
    Magnets are used in a myriad of ways to make mining practices—specifically collection and sorting—seamless, safe, and profitable. More specifically, they are often used to filter out or remove tramp metal, which is the metallic scrap that can end up on conveyor belts or get mixed in with other materials during excavation regardless of whether it's machine or person-led. In the long run, it can cause serious and costly damage.  Continue reading →
  8. Magnets Used in Baby Clothes: How They Work & Why They’re Popular

    Magnets Used in Baby Clothes: How They Work & Why They’re Popular
    DIY and home magnet projects are popular because they make life easier, with tons of storage ideas, equipment, and crafts available to suit just about any need. We don’t typically associate magnets with clothing though. Furthermore, infants and small children are probably not the first audience we would consider. That’s something companies like E=MC2 and Magnetic Me want to change.  Continue reading →
  9. Organize Your Closet with Apex Hook Magnets

    This closet organization hack is a fairly simple and highly satisfying way to add more storage space to your closets. In winter, you’ll have extra room for coats and scarves, and in spring and summer, you’ll have a place for light jackets, beach bags, and dog leashes. Primarily, you’ll need four 18-pound swivel hook magnets, but don’t forget to add a few other items to your shopping list: Continue reading →
  10. The New Found Popularity in Samarium-Cobalt Magnets

    The New Found Popularity in Samarium-Cobalt Magnets
    Samarium-cobalt magnets, also known as SmCo magnets, are an alloy made of two basic elements: samarium and cobalt. SmCo magnets are a type of permanent and rare earth magnet that is available in a wide range of sizes, shapes, etc. They are similar in strength to neodymium earth magnets, but they have additional properties that make them advantageous, such as high heat resistance. Due to their benefits, samarium cobalt magnets have increased in popularity tremendously. In fact, the samarium-cobalt magnet industry reached a value of $498 million in 2019, with China accounting for 71% of total consumption. Continue reading →

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