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The Simple Reason Shields Plate Magnets are Better

Our plate magnets are constructed of all-welded construction, housing the most up-to-date ceramic material, Ceramic 8, forming a magnetic circuit, with properties making our plate magnets better able to accept a magnetic charge, being much less brittle than previous grades of ceramic – some still used by other suppliers – and carrying a Limited Lifetime Guarantee against […]

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Industrial Magnets

Industrial magnets come in many forms.   Fifty years ago, the most widely used material to construct industrial magnets was ferrite.  The problem with ferrite is that it is very brittle and shatters easily.  Engineers subsequently began using a combination of aluminum and nickel.  Most recently, rare earth magnets have become quite popular and common for […]

Underwater Magnets Aid Law Enforcement

We get frequent calls from law enforcement authorities around the country wondering if magnets will aid in finding guns underwater.  While this may seem like a strange question, the reality is that criminals dispose of guns in lakes, rivers and streams more than anywhere else.   Underwater magnets are one of the most effective ways of finding […]

Belt Magnets-Tri Polar Circuitry

Tri-Polar Magnetic Circuitry is a new and revolutionary technology on the magnet scene. It is the ultimate in Permanent Magnet technology.  This system was developed using a very rare and costly 13 Ton Magnetizer, one of only three in the world.  It is exclusively available on most of our belt magnets and stationary magnets.  Specifically, it […]

Who Actually Makes Magnetic Sweepers in the U.S?

These days, it’s hard to do an internet search for magnetic sweeper and not be overwhelmed by the choices. Ironically, it’s a lot easier than people realize to find the right magnetic sweeper. While there are plenty of companies, both paid and unpaid search, offering magnetic sweepers, only about 2% of the magnetic sweepers are: A) […]