- Product: KM03-I Magnetic Retrieval Tool
- Case Material: Crafted from durable aluminum, ensuring longevity and resistance to corrosion, making it ideal for industrial settings.
- Cap Material: The vinyl cap adds an extra layer of protection, preventing damage to the magnet and enhancing its lifespan.
- Magnet Grade: This retrieval tool boasts a powerful N52 magnet grade, providing strong magnetic force for efficient metal retrieval.
- Magnet Pull Force: With a robust 10 lbs. (4 kgs) of magnetic pull force, it excels in picking up a variety of ferrous metals and scrap materials.
- Dimensions: Compact and convenient, measuring just 1.9″ x 0.5″, it’s easy to maneuver in tight spaces, weighing only 0.5 ozs.
Primary Use: Industrial Scrap Metal Testing
- Perfect for industrial environments, the KM03-I aids in the testing and identification of ferrous scrap metals, enhancing sorting accuracy and efficiency.
Secondary Use: Medium Duty Pickup / Retriever Magnet
- Its medium-duty capabilities make it an excellent choice as a retrieval magnet, facilitating the pickup of metal objects in various settings, including workshops and garages.
Retrieval and Metal Testing Magnet. Contains The Most Powerful Grade of Neodymium Rare Earth Magnet (N52)
- Identify and sort steel grades and metal alloys that contain iron, nickel, or cobalt.
- Identify/sort chrome plated items from polished aluminum, silver, and non-magnetic grades of stainless steel
- Identify/sort solid brass and bronze from plated steel items (handy in the antique market and hardware store)
- Identify/sort some types of costume (fake) jewelry, which often uses steel or nickel as the base material under the plating.
- Use as a very powerful magnetic pickup, not like those 1/2 pound jokes at the hardware store.
- Attach to your fishing line and cast away. You will find all sorts of sunken goodies. I am told that if you live in a big city, bridges are an excellent place to go “magnet fishing.” If you want to retrieve really big items (like engine blocks), use this magnet as an underwater finder, when it latches on to something, you can drop a very large normal magnet and pull up as much as you or your boat winch will lift.
- Also handy for science experiments involving ferromagnetism
The magnet insert is rated at 10 lbs (as with all magnets, this rating depends on the magnet mating to a smooth, flat, unpainted steel surface) this rating is only intended as a reference and does not indicate lifting capacity.
The aluminum casing protects the magnet from chipping and breaking and makes removing iron and steel shavings much easier.
These are made in the USA.