Magnetic Sheeting - Black | 620mm x 0.8mm x 10m ROLL (Contact our Office for 30m Rolls)
|Style||Roll of black magnetic sheeting|
|Coating||Coloured gloss PVC (Black)|
|Direction of Magnetisation||Magnetised on the brown side only||Dimensions||Width: 620mm|
Length: 10 metres
Volume pricing available on request.
Magnetic Product Description:
This coloured magnetic sheeting roll has a width of 620mm and a thickness of 0.8mm. The roll comes in a length of 10 metres. This magnetic sheeting roll has a black glossy PVC coating. Coloured side is non-magnetic. It is identified by the Amf magnets part number 59069/10. For 30 metres roll please contact our office.
Uses for our coloured magnetic sheeting:
Black magnetic sheeting is a very flexible and versatile material that is easy to cut and easy to apply and remove with no material penalty to ferrous metallic surfaces like motor vehicles and motor homes, caravans and accommodation units associated with mine and construction sites.
Earth moving equipment and farm machinery, fishing vessels and marine craft are all able to receive magnetic cling force. Conditions and situations change. Symbols and text relating to hazards, to start and shut down protocols or preferred methods of operation can be identified and recorded in situ on the surface of these magnetic sheets by individual operators using a white board marker.
Alternatively, a wipe with a cloth erases the messages or symbols for a new expression, left blank, or the magnetic label simply removed and reapplied elsewhere, or kept safe for another time. With computer assisted graphic tools everyone is a graphic designer these days so customised symbols, text and pictures can be inscribed on the surface of these magnetic sheets for permanent expression, but not permanent placement unless desired.
When required these black magnetic sheets simply peel off. Magnetic engagement or fastening is afforded by ‘bond’, not tie as with screws or rivets. Much simpler to remove, bond has the very significant advantage when removed of leaving the surface as found. This method increases the amenity of surfaces engaged in this way and is free of issues relating to surface damage.