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Heavy Duty Magnetic Clips

Posted By: weizhongmagnetics

Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2023

Price: $1.00

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https://www.weizhongmagnetics.com/products/heavy-duty-magnetic-clips/



It is kind of creative to put clip and pot magnet together to make our lives handy. We really need to use our brilliance to bring out more of this combination. Now we just have one size of metal magnet clips for each product as shown on the web page and it is because most users are OK with the size and are happy with the force. If you need something different either dimension-wise or force-wise you let us know and we are full of flexibilities.


Or, if you would like to see whether other combinations could work out in the same way to make our work, life easier, we will be glad to hear from you.


Ferrite Flat Pot Magnet with Clip
This Ferrite Flat Pot Magnet with Clip has a clip and it can hang up notes or schedules onto doors, whiteboards or fridges. Normally it is sold in retail packaging.


Ferrite Flat Pot Magnet with Clip in Different Colors
This ferrite pot magnet has a clip and it can hang up notes or schedules onto doors, whiteboards or fridges. Normally it is sold in retail packaging.


Ferrite Flat Pot Magnet with Buckle
This ferrite pot magnet has a buckle which can be attached on the belts to collect nails, screws and other small tools.


Application of Heavy Duty Magnetic Clips
You can never imagine enough how these products can bring convenience to us. They adhere to any ferrous metal surface with ease to hold light objects. There are several strong magnetic clips such as magnetic wall clips, magnetic whiteboard clips, heavy duty refrigerator magnet clips to be used in workplaces, for example, a temporary notice, working instructions on a machine, a sign to show directions. Refrigerators, metal shelves, metal lockers, etc. you can use the custom industrial magnetic clips on all of them. You can customize the magnetic clips with different colors and different decorative functions.


The buckle with pot magnet is different from clips in terms of applicational scenario. It is mainly designed to be used on belts with magnetic face outside to hold small gadget --- hand tools, nails etc. Imagine you need to climb up a ladder to fix a small hole on the roof edge, where you do no need the whole tool kit --- this is when you might want to use the buckle with pot magnet.


As a magnetic assembly manufacturer, we will do our best to meet all the needs of customers.


If you are looking for a reliable custom magnet manufacturer, please choose us, and we will be your best partner.



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