Magnetic Product Description:
This rare earth cylinder magnet has a diameter of 10mm and a height of 12mm. It has a flux reading of 5815 Gauss and a pull force of 3.8 kilos against 3-5 mm mild steel. Identified by part number 21025.
Uses for our rare earth cylinder magnets:
An extremely popular magnet across a range of industries including automotive, manufacturing and architectural design.
Knife suppliers selling for the home and commercial uses often also supply a range of kitchen ware equipment. As well as displaying their knives in the showroom with magnets, they can advise on the use of magnets and magnetism in order to arrange kitchen hardware in the home or commercial kitchen in a hygienic and orderly manner.
Engaged as point of sale displays, magnets, including these neodymium cylinder 10mmx12mm magnets, offer a fastening system that says, ‘hold me’ to potential customers. This is important with knives. The weight and feel of different knives varies almost as much as the different type of hands that hold them.
Moving along a wide range of knives, potential customers are able to simply take the knife from its magnetic suspension in the display and test it for comfort. This tactile engagement allows the merchant to address any objections the customer may have. The merchant can lift another knife from nearby as an alternative for comparison, while the customer re-engages the initial knife simply and safely.
Magnetic engagement not only protects the blade from unintended damage or shop soiling by keeping it elevated at all times, magnetic engagement presents each knife in its own suspended uncluttered space. This tactile and simple engagement with the product at a predictable and known pull force encourages impulse purchase by highlighting the availability of the product.
For safe storage in the kitchen at home, knives can be stored up and out of the reach of children. For an easy find, and simple clean and re-engagement when the chopping is done, magnetic suspension is without peer. Keeping sharp knives out of draws and contacts with other items buried in dishwashing water increases the durability of the cutting blade and reduces the risk of cuts to the user.