Pot magnets, also known as holding discs, are generally used for gripping, clamping and fixing components together. Defined by a central void, some threaded, others countersunk, this cavity allows for attachment to non-magnetic surfaces via a screw, rivet or bolt. Pot magnets are clung onto the walls or ceilings of shipping containers on work sites, utility spaces or inside trucks with a hook or eyelet screwed into the void as hanging point for equipment.
A pot magnets circular shape fits snugly into rotary voids created in materials requiring permanent fastening with the capacity to release for service or cleaning. On workbenches as clamping agents, pot magnets hold and release on demand, products like white goods as they undergo assembly or service. Buy Rare Earth, Ferrite or Alnico Pot Magnets!