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Which is the strongest magnet in your shop?
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Below we compiled a list of our 10 strongest magnets. There is a reason why they are also called power magnets or even killer magnets.
Please make sure you review our safety tips for these extremely strong magnets. They pose a substantial risk for injury, if not handled correctly. This is also the reason, why we don't offer magnets with even higher adhesive forces.
Top 10 of our strongest magnets
A winner in every aspect! With a legendary adhesive force of 200 kg, the MONOLITH is not only the strongest but also reigns supreme as the most beautiful magnet in the supermagnete selection, thanks to its high-quality coating. However, be aware: This magnet is definitely not suitable for beginners!
In 2nd place follows the huge magnet GOLIATH – with a 50 kg difference to the winner. This neodymium block magnet with its adhesive force of 150 kg offers the magnet enthusiast everything he or she could wish for. Nevertheless, gloves and protective eyewear are a must when handling this magnet. Our customer service team member Fausto proves that you can be safe and still look good.
The disc magnet S-70-35-N is a true heavyweight in every respect. It is the largest, strongest and with a weight of 1 kg by far also the heaviest disc magnet in our assortment. Because of that, and because of an insane adhesive force of 140 kg, it ranks 3rd.
Fourth place is shared by no less than 4 pot magnets:
- The simple pot magnet FGN-60 is glued into indentations.
- Items can be hung on FTN-75, thanks to its hook.
- With its threaded stem, GTN-60 can be screwed to equipment and casings.
- CSN-60 has a counterbore and can be attached with a countersunk screw. This one is the most popular with our customers among these 4 pot magnets.
Ring magnet R-60-06-30-N clearly sets itself apart from the other ring magnets in our shop. It is much heavier and most of all has an incredible adhesive force of 120 kg. This strong magnet is especially popular with people who fish with magnets. Simply attach a rope and you are ready to fish. Good luck!
Once again we find pot magnets share a ranking in our Top 10. With a strong adhesive force of 110 kg, the pot magnet with screw socket TCN-63 and the hook magnet FTN-63 both come in 6th place. The latter is slightly more popular with our customers, most likely because it makes it easy to hang items on ferromagnetic surfaces.
Even though by now there is no more room on the podium, the DEATH MAGNET has definitely become a true classic; because this legendary magnet is among the absolute top sellers in our online shop. Though we are not quite sure what meaningful tasks our private customers accomplish with such a strong magnet. Here too the rule is: Be careful with it.
The ZTN-60 is the strongest pot magnet with a cylindrical borehole in our shop. It can be mounted as needed, using regular screws. However, its adhesive force of 95 kg, only takes full effect when it is positioned flush against a thick iron surface.
This pot magnet is reliable. Thanks to its M8 internal thread, this strong magnet can be screwed together with objects that have a matching thread. The ITN-60 holds the heaviest loads when mounted to a ceiling. If it is mounted to a wall, on the other hand, you will have to take the shear force into account. This means: The magnet will only hold about 15% of the stated adhesive force.
Pot magnet CSN-48 rounds out our Top 10. It is the little brother of CSN-60 but doesn’t have to hide with its adhesive force of 87 kg. It too can be mounted with a countersunk screw, which makes it especially popular in electrical engineering and for kitchen installations.
Table for your own research: Didn't find the right neodymium magnet yet? The neodymium magnets data table allows you to sort the magnets by adhesive force (or any other criterion).
Don't miss the following videos if you want to see our two strongest magnets MONOLITH and GOLIATH in action. We show you how these magnets can shatter different objects without problem.
Information about adhesive force
All adhesive force indications are maximum values, which can be achieved under perfect conditions only. Please review our other FAQs: