You never know what you might find when magnet fishing, many hope to uncover a rare or valuable item among the many discarded items. Large items such as motorbikes, bicycles, guns, safes and even WWII bombs have been found in the watery depths. Although it is fishing hooks, lures and weights that are the most common finds – perhaps allowing restocking for the more traditional form of fishing along the way.
Magnetic Fishing comes with Removable, heavy-duty 304 stainless steel M20 Eyebolt fixing, the Steel cap will protect the magnets from chipping and break due to impact. The eyebolt's shape allows for ropes and cables to be attached to the magnet with ease, making it a strong and efficient performer in lifting, holding and retrieval applications. Ideal for magnet fishing too if you already have a rope.
Each magnet can support up to 1000kg vertically from the magnetic face when in flush contact with a mild steel surface of equal thickness.
Magnet only attracts iron and iron alloy, nickel and nickel alloy. Magnet does not attract gold, silver, copper, aluminium or Stainless Steel.
Magnetic force should be tested on a base of 20mm steel plate. The thinner the steel plate is, the weaker the magnetic force would be.
Most of all the magnetic force concentrate at the bottom of the fishing magnet (One side magnetic force surface), there is nearly no any magnetic force of other surface of the fishing magnet
|Holding Force (kg)||1000|