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50kg - 100kg

AMF supplies magnets and magnetic products to customers and companies all over Australia and overseas. No matter which state you reside in, the secure AMF website operates 24/7. We offer competitive pricing and free shipping for orders over $30. Magnets qualify for this category by having between 50-100kg holding strength. Strong magnets are needed to have this type of lifting capacity. Neodymium magnets, also referred to as rare earth magnets, are best suited to this task. Large Neodymium Pot magnets and powerful magnet devices such as Magnetic Lifters are typically used to achieve this 50-100kg lifting capacity.

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50kg - 100kg

Note: The magnets in this category should be handled with great care and should not be handled by inexperienced magnet users. Severe injuries are likely to occur from mishandling large magnets. Never allow children to handle magnets.

Included in this category is one of the AMF Fishing and Recovery Magnets with 80kg pull-force capacity. The kit contains everything you need to enjoy the popular new pastime known as Magnetic Fishing. Use the Fishing Magnet to recover lost metallic valuables from hard to reach underwater environments. Alternatively use it to drag the local lake and waterways to see what ferrous metal items of interest you can find. The protective gloves are included and will help to protect your hands from any sharp metal items you might recover.

The large Fixing Plate magnets in this strength-based category are used by concrete panel manufacturers. The magnets are attached to the steel formwork that is used to shape the prefabricated concrete panels. Once the concrete in the precast panel has set, the magnetic plate is removed from the formwork. A round void is left behind. This allows for ropes, chains or other lifting apparatus to be attached to the block to make transporting the heavy concrete panel easier.

This category also includes other large magnets in the shape of Rings, Discs and Blocks. Two magnets in the category have N52 grade magnetic material, this is the strongest grade available for any Neodymium magnet. Also to be found are several steel-capped Neodymium Pot magnets with various attachment fittings. These Holding Pot magnets are designed to give the uncapped base of the magnet an enhanced magnetic field.

Let large and powerful magnets from AMF do the heavy lifting!

Many of the magnets found in this 50-100kg pull force category are used in commercial or industrial settings. These heavy-duty magnets can be used to lift ferrous metal materials in a workshop or worksite. Alternatively they can be used to attract and collect potentially dangerous and damaging tramp iron from manufacturing processes.

In other applications, they may be used to bond two metal surfaces together magnetically. Large, strong magnets can be used to compensate for weaker magnets. They can also be used when conditions for creating a magnetic bond are less than optimal. This can assist when trying to create a magnetic bond with ferrous surfaces that are perforated, painted, uneven or have low iron content. Applying larger magnets will help to promote a stronger and more reliable magnetic bond.

The winner of the magnet with the maximum pull force for this category is the 60mm wide Pot magnet with a round attachment hole and a pull force of 95kg (sku AMFYPB60). It is clear that the ingenious Pot magnet design can significantly increase the magnetic power of the magnet. A steel casing can improve the performance of any magnet to the point where it can outperform similar or larger magnets.

Best uses for magnets with 50kg-100kg pull force?

Magnets in this category have diverse uses in a range of both industrial and non-commercial applications. Common industries where magnets with 50-100kg pull force are used include recycling, manufacturing and mining. Powerful magnets are utilised in high-tech fields including scientific research, health and medical diagnostics, defense, renewable energy and aviation. Low-tech areas where magnets have become important tools include construction, metal fabrication and food production.

Contact our office for help and advice regarding your magnet choice. Or visit the FAQ section of our website for tips and insight into how magnets can help you with everyday attachment issues.

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel from a horizontal surface. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel) are generally able to hold around only 30% of the pull force listed in the product description. This is due to the effects of gravity and the lack of friction between the surface and the shiny magnet. Read More