Our NdFeB Channel Magnet with Hook are available in a range of shapes and sizes, offering a superior pull performance to other materials with the same volume, perfect for Home, Kitchen, Workplace, Office, and Garage.
In most cases, NdFeB Channel Magnet with Hook, NdFeB rectangular channel magnet with hook or U-shaped magnetic assemblies with hook are refer to the same product.
NdFeB channel magnet with hook are built for heavy-duty mounting, holding and fixing applications and are constructed with a super strong neodymium block magnet encased in a nickel-plated + white powder coated steel channel.
Our neodymium channel magnet with hook is 22.7mm wide, which fit perfectly onto a standard 25mm suspended ceiling grid or suspended ceiling.
This NdFeB Channel Magnet with Hook has one counterbore/countersunk hole for attaching M4 standard flat-head screws, nuts and bolts. It offers a superior pull performance to other materials with the same volume, perfect for Home, Kitchen, Workplace, Office, and Garage.
The steel channel is plated with Zn + white powder, which is designed to blend in with the color of ceiling grids and the neodymium block is plated with a triple layer of Ni-Cu-Ni (Nickel+Copper+Nickel) to against corrosion and oxidation. They can be used in both indoor & outdoor applications for a long period of time.
Neodymium channel magnets are stronger than ceramic channel magnets or standard block/disc neodymium magnets, as the U-channel constructure concentrates most of the magnetic field along the legs of the steel channel, that’s why magnetic force is concentrates on the working surface. For example, CHNL1K-W with neodymium block magnet tested 10kg vertical holding force, which is 6kg higher than CHFL1K-W with ferrite block magnet. They are ideal for industrial & consumer mounting holding & fixing applications where high-magnetic strength is required.
Keep in mind that 10KG holding force is tested on a 20mm thick steel sheet at room temperature and then pulling it slowly in vertical direction (the actual holding force in real application could be different with the change of, for example, pulling direction, thickness and coating of the surface etc.).