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Alnico Horseshoe Magnet

Neodymium Magnets 03/26/2020

Alnico horseshoe magnet

Alnico Horseshoe Magnet

Traditional Alnico Horseshoe Magnet - 1kg Pull (75 x 39 x 8mm)

Pocket Size Red Alnico Horseshoe Magnet - 1.5kg Pull (25.4 x 28.5 x 8mm)

2" horseshoe magnet from Dowling Magnets - ages 6+

This magnet creates an especially strong magnetic field, with dramatic repulsion and attraction properties sure to pique young children’s interest.

The strong field (will lift four pounds) and horseshoe shape make this a perfect magnet for hands-on science in a magnetic/non-magnetic activity or a magnetic “fishing” game.

Aluminum-nickel-cobalt alloy. 1¼" x 2"; ¼" thick.

Please note: The magnet comes with a “magnet keeper” (also known as an armature).

It is placed across the poles of a magnet to help preserve the strength of the magnet by completing the magnetic circuit.

The magnet keeper will also keep the magnet from attaching itself to external metal when not in use.

Alnico Horseshoe Magnets for Sale

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Alnico magnets are widely used in industrial and consumer applications where strong permanent magnets are needed;

Examples are electric motors, electric guitar pickups, microphones, sensors, loudspeakers, traveling wave tubes, and cow magnets.

Alnico Horseshoe Magnets from Eclipse Magnetics

Alnico horseshoe magnets, also known as minor, pocket or power horseshoe magnets, are available in a number of finishes, dimensions & grades.

The Alnico horseshoe magnet is a classic Alnico magnet shape.

Sometimes the Alnico horseshoe magnet is called a C-shape magnet and is also known as a pocket Alnico horseshoe magnet, a minor Alnico horseshoe magnet, and a power Alnico horseshoe magnet - they are all Alnico horseshoe magnets but have different sizes and performances (e.g.

an Alnico power horseshoe magnet is large and powerful compared to the small and weaker Alnico pocket horseshoe magnet).

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The Alnico horseshoe magnets are capable of operating at temperatures of up to a maximum of +550 degrees C.

The Alnico horseshoe magnets are supplied in natural (uncoated/unpainted) and red paint finishes.

The Alnico horseshoe magnets can be offered in other dimensions and grades.

We can supply custom made Alnico magnets.

You can have other colors as well if you want e.g.

If you are in any doubt about the choice of Alnico magnet, its size or need technical assistance, please contact us for assistance.

And if you need a quotation for higher quantities of Alnico or a custom Alnico magnet shape or Alnico assembly, please contact us .

For the maximum magnetic strength see our range of Neodymium (rare earth) magnets .

Alnico horseshoe magnets for use in manufacturing. Choose from several different sizes of horseshoe magnets.

All dimensions approximate and as-cast with pole faces ground smooth.

Other sizes may be available.

$300 minimum order.

Alnico Horseshoe Magnets. ALB horseshoe magnets make strong magnetic fields, require no power and never need recharging. Keep them in your home

ALB horseshoe magnets make strong magnetic fields, require no power and never need recharging.

Keep them in your home, office, car, toolbox, boat...its uses are only limited by your imagination! Handy ALB alnico horseshoe magnets take up to 950-degrees Fahrenheit and will last a lifetime.

Alnico Horseshoe Magnet with 50 Lb. Pull is ideal for lifting, holding, sorting, clamping and retrieving steel or iron parts.

Aluminum-nickel-cobalt alloy construction produces a strong magnetic field

The threaded hole in the top for attaching conveyors, racks, and welding jigs

A removable keeper bar completes a magnetic circuit, extending the tool's useful life

Specifications

Red Alnico Horseshoe Magnet

Magnetic pull force: 50 lb.

Pole width: 3/4 in.

The gap between poles: 1-1/2 in.

The diameter of the threaded hole: 3/16 in.

Includes

Dimensions: 3 (W) x 2-1/2 (H) x 15/16 (D) in.

Weight: 16 oz.

Horseshoe Magnets

Alnico horseshoe magnets provide a compact, high power magnetic source, and are used for traction, lifting, sorting, clamping, and retrieval.

They are supplied with ground pole faces, painted and with metal keepers for storage and to help retain magnetic strength.

The maximum operating temperature is approximately 1000°F.

The red horseshoe is the universal symbol of magnets recognized around the world.

Resistant to corrosion with a 500 degree Celsius operating temperature makes this magnet ideal for high-temperature and underwater/sub-sea applications.

Red Alnico Horseshoe Magnet - 37kg Pull (35 x 57 x 40.5mm)

Red Alnico Horseshoe Magnet - 37kg Pull (70 x 41 x 57mm)

Resistant to corrosion with a 500 degree Celsius operating temperature makes this magnet ideal for high-temperature and underwater/sub-sea applications.

2 x 8mm holes.

500 degrees Celsius operating temperature.

A protective epoxy coating.

This magnet is popular in the engineering and manufacturing industries due to its strength, operating temperature and corrosion resistance properties.

The Alnico magnets North and South poles are on opposite ends which makes it perfect for classroom demonstrations.

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