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800kg Super Strong Two Sided M12 Eyebolts Neodymium Magnet Fishing, Double Ways Ndfeb Salvaging Magnet with 2*M12 Eyebolts River Sea, Ring Pot Round Neodymium Magnet with Eyebolt and Rope- Magnet for River or Lake Fishing
800kg Super Strong Two Sided M12 Eyebolts Neodymium Magnet Fishing Item No. MPSM-FM800*2 series
Recovery Holding Magnets – Part No.: MPSM-FM800*2
Diameter D – 135 mm
Height H – 40 mm
Pull power: 800 kg
The thread eyebolt: 304 stainless steel 2 M12
Two-way Eyebolts included.
With epoxy plating body pot
Materials: Neodymium Magnets + Steel
Magnet material: NdFeB
Magnet shape: Pot, countersunk ring
Magnet coating: Nickel (ni-cu-ni)
Max. work temperature: +80℃
Product Name: super strong diving magnets for magnet fishing
Product Materials: NdFeB Magnets + Steel plate + 304 stainless steel + M12 Eyebolt
Grade of Magnets: N35
Size of the products: D=135; H=40 mm;
Working Temp: <=80℃
Magnetic direction: Magnets are sunken in to a steel plate. The north pole is on the center of the magnetic face and the south pole is on the outer edge around it.
Vertical pull force: <=800kg (Our testing value can reach to 400KG)
Testing method: The value of the magnetic pull force has some thing to do with the thickness of the steel plate and pull speed. Our testing value is based on the thickness of the steel plate =10mm, and pull speed = 80mm/min.) Thus, different application will have different result.
Application: Widely used in offices, schools, homes, warehouses and restaurants! This item is widely use for magnet fishing!
What is magnet fishing?
Well, magnet fishing is not a task where people catch fish with magnets. It’s almost like treasure haunting under water. Pulling up ferromagnetic objects from the deep inside of water with a powerful neodymium magnet is called magnet fishing.
It’s a hobby. Besides, there are chances you can earn from it while having fun. This hobby allows you to explore new things and facts. It also helps to learn the history and life of people from the past.
However, though magnet fishing is a great activity, it has some rules and regulations to maintain. Many lands have laws of magnet fishing. Double Ways Ndfeb Salvaging Magnet with M10 Eyebolts
Cut a long strip of your rope, so that you have enough to throw into the water and to hold it firmly, without it getting taut.
Firmly tie an anchor knot inside the eye bolt part of the magnet.
Test its strength by giving it a few test throws in an open area.
Once secure, you are ready to try it out in a lake, pond or other small waterway.
You usually do not want to keep the magnet unmoving in one place in the water. Doing so not only limits your chances of catching anything, but it could cause you to lose your magnet if it hooks onto something so big and heavy that you can’t pull it up.
The best technique is to throw the fishing magnet in and pull it back, so that it collects items as it moves. You can also throw it in and walk it in one direction to cover other areas. Also, the type of magnet that you use matters. Neodymium magnets are more powerful, but they will rust and corrode with exposure to water. Purchasing coated magnets or coating magnets to prevent water corrosion will extend the life of a fishing magnet.