Made from Neodymium powder within a polymer matrix, this Magnet Strip is the strongest of our flexible magnetic tapes.
This Rare Earth Magnetic Strip has a width of 12.5mm, a thickness of 1.5mm and a length of 1metre.
This product is ideal for use where Ferrite tapes lack enough magnetic strength.
Typical uses are for securing and displaying banners, signage and heavy items (It has a pull force of 450 g/cm²).
In these circumstances, a glue like Selleys Kwik Grip will need to be applied as the 3M 9448 adhesive isn't strong enough for weighted objects.
Uses for our Rare Earth Magnetic Strips:
Attaching favourite artworks, photographs and sporting memorabilia and the like to walls and other vertical surfaces often improve the amenity of a room. Whether in the workplace, home or school or hospital, these decorative items can give ongoing comfort and inspiration to people who occupy these spaces.
Magnetic strips can provide mighty holding force for many of these tasks, and offers significant advantages over more common fixing methods. (Consider too, self-adhesive magnetic sheeting that can be easily cut to suit).
Magnetic strips or self-adhesive magnetic sheets adhere to different surfaces with the aid of a metal plate affixed to the back of items, without breaching or penetrating the walls painted surface.
This capability of magnets over nails, screws and some other adhesives makes it easier to move the items to a different position on the wall reducing the need to repair the damage created by a penetrative fixing.
Repairs needed to fix screws, nails or hooks can require the entire wall be repainted thanks to the difficulty of matching paint colours.
A variety of magnetic products are readily available for the purpose of fixing, holding, releasing and repositioning of these wall hangings.
Many magnetic products, including magnetic strips, can be suitable for attaching items to vertical surfaces cleanly and safely to a wide variety of surfaces types and materials.
It is also possible to attach a small metal plate to the ceiling by fixing into a ceiling joist or ceiling baton.
A strong, small pot hook magnet locked on to the plate provides a hanging point that excludes fixing onto or into walls altogether.
Should repair be later required, a small ceiling patch is more difficult to detect than a patch on a wall.
Ceilings too are often white, the simplest of paint colours to match.
For professionals requiring damage-free, hidden or secret fixing solutions for attaching the artwork to walls, for the home handy person, for school projects, these simple and safe to use magnetic strips help turn a good job into a great one.