Extra torque 8650 chrome nickel alloy, heat treated for maximum strength, and rust resist finish.
Used for making lightweight craft projects magnetic; 2"W x 3"L x.06T sheet, scored into twelve flexible.5" x 1" rectangles with adhesive on one side and magnetism on the other.
Flexible magnetic tape is adhesive on one side, magnetic on the other. Perfect for making lightweight projects magnetic. Can be used in the home, school and office.
Made with Eklind alloy steel that has been heat treated for optimum strength and ductility with a black finish to resist rust. Includes inch sizes: 5/64, 3/32, 1/8 , 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, and vinyl pouch. Carded.
Add a hook or a knob and use this magnet for holding and positioning shop lights, tools, plants and more to steel surfaces such as refrigerators, filing cabinets, metal beams, walls and doors.
Also known as ferrite magnets they are made from highest grade of ceramic magnet material available, giving them amazing pull strength. Used by crafters and teachers to attach to photo frames, calendars, schedules and more to display on ferrous metal surfaces.
Made from the highest grade of ceramic magnet material available. Attach to photo frames, calendars, schedules and more to display on ferrous metal surfaces; used by crafters and teachers.
Ceramic disc magnets also known as ferrite magnets. Used for holding and hanging objects on metal walls, beams and doors. Good for hot gluing to medium sized projects to make them magnetic.
Flexible magnetic sheeting with adhesive holds decorations like colored sand, fabric, lace, colored paper and much more. Cuts easily with scissors.
National Hardware Disc Magnet, Series: N302, 1/2 in Diameter, 3/16 in Width, Ceramic 5
National Hardware Disc Magnet, Series: N302, 1 in Diameter, 5/32 in Width, Ceramic 5
Made with Eklind alloy steel that has been heat treated for optimum strength and ductility with a black finish to resist rust; handle width is 3 inches.
Quickly and easily magnetize small tools so they attract screws or nuts for easy starting and removing. Insert a screwdriver or nutdriver into the hole, pull it out and it?s magnetized. Used by do-it-yourselfers, mechanics and electricians.