On top of the world with Ceiling Magnets

Ceiling Magnets. In many shops and stores promotional materials and posters are presented by using ceiling magnets which are economical, flexible, reusable and almost invisible. They can be used again and again. BM ceiling magnets are available in two types: plastic covered and metal covered.

Technical specifications

The high tractive force in the plastic covered types is due to a combination of magnets and steel pole pieces. This results in a small magnetic system with optimum results.

Ceiling magnets are versatile solutions for hanging signage, lighting fixtures, and other items from overhead surfaces. Here are key technical specifications to consider:

  • Magnetic Strength: Ceiling magnets vary in magnetic strength, measured in Gauss or Tesla. Higher magnetic strength ensures secure attachment and holding capacity for heavier items.
  • Size and Weight: Ceiling magnets come in various sizes and weights, determining their load-bearing capacity. Larger magnets typically support heavier loads, while lighter options are suitable for lighter items.
  • Mounting Method: Some ceiling magnets feature a threaded stud or hook for direct attachment to suspended ceilings or metal structures. Others may come with adhesive backing for non-metallic surfaces.
  • Temperature Resistance: Consider the temperature range in which the ceiling magnets will be used. Magnets with high-temperature resistance are suitable for environments with extreme heat or cold.
  • Material and Coating: Ceiling magnets are typically made of neodymium or ceramic materials, each with its own magnetic properties. Additionally, coatings like nickel or epoxy protect against corrosion and ensure durability.

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