Magnetic Hooks: Made for Everything from the Strongest Metal on Earth

Are you looking for a great space-saving tool that you could attach almost anywhere at home or in the office? If you are, we’ve got the perfect solution for you! However, for this one, you’re going to need metal surfaces to make it work.

Heavy-duty magnets aren’t exclusive to only computer manufacturers and motor companies anymore. Now, magnetic hooks for everyday use are available for everyone. The best thing about these is they’re made of the strongest magnetic metals in the world.

Do you want to learn more about Strongman Tools heavy-duty magnetic hooks? Keep reading and we’ll tell you all about them. We’ve also included the pros and cons of having magnetic hooks in the house.

1. What Are Our Heavy-Duty Magnetic Hooks Made Of?

Heavy-duty magnets are no joke. They’ve been in the industry for so long that you could find one in cassette recorders. You could still find them everywhere from hard disk drives to mechanical e-cigarettes.

We’ve now established that they’re very useful. However, you may be wondering, what are they made of? Are they indeed created from the strongest and rare metals?

If you still remember the table of elements, you might recall the 60th element on the table. This is neodymium, represented by the symbol Nd. Indeed, it’s a rare earth metal that you could find in certain ores.

Neodymium magnets, however, aren’t made of pure neodymium only. These permanent magnets come from the NIB alloy, an alloy made of three metals. These are neodymium, iron, and boron.

Together, these three metals create the strongest type of permanent magnet. It’s the strongest that is available in the commercial market. Many modern products that need a strong, permanent magnet use neodymium magnets. 

The existing applications for this magnet include wind turbine generators and servomotors. Neodymium magnets are also used in door locks, loudspeakers, headphones, and smartphone speakers. Newer applications include magnetic jewelry clasps and the sport parachute’s closing mechanism.

As of 2012, the top rare earth element producer, China, produced 50,000 tons of neodymium magnets yearly. Neodymium magnets have a strong magnetic field and it’s no surprise they’re popular tools. They also have a high resistance to demagnetization, making them last longer.

2. Uses of Magnetic Hooks

Are you a collector looking to hang pieces of your collection onto your living room wall? Do you need something strong enough to carry your power tools? Are you planning to reassemble your pantry so you have more space for your foods?

If you do or are, use magnetic hooks. These strong hooks are multipurpose and usable indoors or outdoors. Place them in rooms around the house where you need to hang things to save space.

Magnetic hooks have tons of uses from your home to your office. They come with disk-shaped bases to make it easy for you to clip them anywhere. Larger hook sizes are at 20mm, allowing you to hang bigger items onto them.

Each Strongman Tool heavy-duty magnetic hook contains rare, high-grade Neodymium. All our magnetic hooks have a brushed nickel finish as well. This way, you’re ensured of an aesthetically-pleasing and quality magnetic hook.

3. Benefits of Strongman Tools Heavy Duty Magnetic Hooks 

Today, the median price for home listing in the US comes up to almost $226,800. While the median amount varies by state, buying a home is costlier than ever now. This is why many people choose to buy smaller homes. 

Smaller homes are more practical for their buying price and maintenance costs. However, smaller homes come in smaller spaces. If you’ve got a lot of things to store, using magnetic hooks is a good solution to your space dilemma. 

Moreover, you could stick these magnetic hooks onto anywhere with a metal surface and use them right away. You don’t have to drill holes into any walls or use other tools to assemble them. 

The strongest permanent magnet on earth has a lot of benefits to offer. One of these is that it has the best power-to-weight ratio of all magnets. You could hang weights reaching 44 lbs. on these hooks and they’ll stay stuck to the wall. 

As we stated before, it’s got a high resistance to demagnetization as well. You could use it for years on many walls. And still, it won’t lose its magnetism as fast as other magnet hooks do.

One last thing to note is that magnetic hooks cost you less. Neodymium magnets are the most cost-effective choice among other magnets. You also keep the integrity of your walls by not having to drill holes in them.

4. Disadvantages of Magnetic Hooks 

As you know, everything in this world has its pros and cons. For neodymium magnets, there are quite a few you need to know for safety and maintenance purposes. Below are some of the disadvantages of magnetic hooks.

For one, these rare magnet hooks may lose magnetism at high temperatures. Different blends could withstand higher temperatures but the average limit is 80° Celsius. Note that blends with higher temperature resistance have lower magnetic strength.

Take care of the plating of your magnets as well. Neodymium magnets have low corrosion resistance and are brittle. They could break, crack, or chip upon sudden collisions with other magnets/metals.

Be careful when you have two magnets too close to each other. They could attract each other with enough force to shatter themselves. If your hand is in their way, they could break your fingers.

As with anything that’s not for consumption, accidental swallowing of these magnets could cause serious health risks. Keep floppy disks and credit cards away from them. These magnets are strong enough to erase the data stored within them.

Live Smart with Strongman Tools Magnetic Hooks

That’s it for our guide on heavy-duty magnetic hooks. Now that you know more about them, feel free to share the knowledge. Talk with your friends about the strongest magnet hooks in the market.

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