What are Pot Magnets?

As we all know, a pot magnet is a magnet assembly that embeds a powerful sintered NdFeB magnet in a durable steel housing or slot. It is also sometimes called a pot, hence the name "pot" magnet. It is also known as a cup magnet or a mounting magnet, a stationary magnet. Permanent magnets are very brittle, break easily, and have limited magnetic force. Powerful potsticker magnets can solve these problems very well. The steel case provides a safe place for the inlaid powerful round/rectangular permanent magnets, while the case or pot provides magnetic shielding, concentrating the magnetism on one face only and strengthening them. Most pot magnets can be heated to temperatures up to 80°C without losing their magnetic power.


What types of pot magnets are there?

Due to their excellent properties, pot magnets are widely used in industry and our daily life. What are the types of pot magnets? They also mount magnets with countersink, counterbore, threaded hole, eyelet, hook, internal thread, threaded stud/rod or threaded sleeve for easy installation.

1. Pot magnet with round countersunk hole

2. Round external thread pot magnet

3. Circular internal thread pot magnet Picture

4. Round flat thread pot magnet 

5. Square sink hole magnetic pot

6. Magnetic hook

7. Closure hook 

8. Swivel hook

9. Salvage Magnets 

What are the advantages of pot magnets?

Compared with single NdFeB countersunk magnets, pot magnets have more advantages:

Small size, stronger magnetic force: the steel shell concentrates the magnetic force on one side and greatly increases the holding force.

Cost saving: Due to the super strong magnetic force, it can reduce the use of rare earth magnets and reduce the cost of magnets.

Durability: Neodymium magnets are very brittle; steel or rubber coverings can protect them.

Mounting options: Pot sticker magnets can be adapted to many accessories, so they can use different mounting options.


What is the application of pot magnetism?

It is a popular magnetic assembly suitable for domestic and industrial use and is available as a hanging and wall mount application.


Cup magnets are widely used in household or industry, such as clamping in automation equipment, door closers, tool clips, fixtures, providing magnetic base mounts for lamps, lamps, clocks, machine mirrors, etc.


The more popular salvage magnets in recent years are actually round counterbore pot magnets with rings.


Choose strong magnet or pot magnet?

If the magnet you need only needs one side to absorb things and the other side is used to fix it, then you can choose pot magnets, because the cost of a single strong magnet is high. Under the premise of not considering external factors, a single strong magnet and pot magnet with the same pulling force are the first choice for pot magnets. The biggest reason is that the iron shell inside will concentrate the magnetism on one side, which maximizes the pulling force of the whole set of pot magnets. Price Much cheaper than a single strong magnet.


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