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Strong Magnetic Hooks


What are magnetic hooks?

Magnetic hooks are used to hang objects from metal surfaces. They are typically made of a magnet encased in a housing and have a hook or loop on the end for attaching items. They can be used in a variety of settings, including offices, warehouses, and homes, to hang tools, decorations, and other objects. They are often used because they are easy to install and can hold a considerable amount of weight, depending on the size and strength of the magnet.

You can hang hammers, paint brushes, power cords, brooms, brackets, hats, coats, aprons, bags and practically anything else you can think of. If you are in retail or manufacturing, hooks are also effective tools for managing and accessing your components, or for storing, displaying and featuring your products – whether in a store, warehouse or trade show booth.

Strong magnetic hooks also work great on boats and cruise ships. Use them to organize your cabin and keep items off the floor on your new voyage!


Vertical vs Horizontal Placement

An important consideration to make when determining how strong of a magnetic hook you need is the placement. A magnet will hold its indicated pull force weight when positioned vertically, such as on the underside of a steel beam or table. Due to gravity and the possibility that the magnet will slide down the attachment surface, a magnet installed laterally or horizontally, such as on the side of a refrigerator or file cabinet, will only hold 30 percent or less of its listed pull force.


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