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Ferrite Channel Magnet with Mounting Hole 3 Inch

Ferrite Channel Magnet with Mounting Hole 3 Inch

Ferrite Channel Magnet with Mounting Hole 3 Inch
Ferrite Channel Magnet with Mounting Hole 3 Inch
Ferrite Channel Magnet with Mounting Hole 3 Inch

Product Description

This ferrite channel magnet has one mounting hole on each end and can be fastened easily with screws.


Item No.

L

W

H

Force

Weight

mm

mm

mm

Kg

N

Lbs

g

CHFL3B

76.2

38.1

11.61

27

264

59

148


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