This group contains magnets in the shape of discs or rods, as well as button-type magnets and U-shaped mag-nets, adhesive magnets and screws with a magnet insert, and raw magnets.
Retaining magnets, disc-shaped
Disc-shaped retaining magnets are characterized by their flat design. They efficiently and reliably assist with attachment when subsequent, temporary or portable attachment is needed.
Retaining magnets, rectangular-shaped
Retaining magnets, rod-shaped
Rod-shaped retaining magnets are characterized by their slim design. They efficiently and reliably assist with attachment when subsequent, temporary or portable attachment is needed.
Button-type magnets, U-magnets
Button-type magnets and U-magnets are classic magnet shapes. The designs and red color have been characteristic of these magnets since they were launched more than 60 years ago.
Retaining magnets can be universally used as a simple tool when a temporary or portable attachment of documents or accessories to machines is needed.
Screws with retaining magnet
Screws with a magnet insert are suitable as workpiece stop, with the magnet holding the workpiece in place.
Raw magnets are suitable for creating specific magnet systems when no standard magnet systems can be used. An appropriate holder is recommended that diverts, bundles and reinforces the magnetic flux.
Accessories for magnets include holding discs and adhesive discs. These are used as companion parts for retaining magnets, such as when a magnet is to be used in connection with non-magnetic components. The discs can be fastened with countersunk screws or adhesive.