Where are magnetic holders used?
First and foremost are used to improve different production processes. If the equipment will operate at temperatures up to about 450 degrees Celsius, it is better to use magnetic holders with magnets in the Alnico version. A regular neodymium magnet of grade N38 can withstand temperatures up to 80 degrees Celsius - maximum up to 220 degrees Celsius. Through the use of various holes or enclosures, including external and internal threads, magnetic holders are widely used as underwater devices for searching water reservoirs.
If you still don't know what type of magnetic holder you need, read our guide What kind of holder for searching?
Here are a few examples of popular types of magnetic holders for bits:
Handle magnetic holder - a simple and portable holder that allows for easy holding of bits during work. It is usually made of plastic and has a built-in magnet.
Stand magnetic holder - a more advanced holder that allows for holding bits in a vertical position. It is usually made of metal and has a strong magnet that holds the bit in place.
Plate magnetic holder - a holder that is attached to a plate with bits, usually using adhesive. The magnet holds the bits in place, and the plate allows for easy storage and transportation of bits.
Sleeve magnetic holder - a holder attached to a glove with a magnet that holds the bits in place. It is a convenient solution for individuals who want to have the bits within reach at all times.
Pocket magnetic holder - a holder attached to a pocket with a magnet that holds the bits in place. It is a convenient solution for individuals who want to have the bits within reach at all times.
Remember to check the quality, durability, and magnetic strength of the magnetic holder before making a purchase. In our opinion, a suitable choice would be a cylindrical magnet with the symbol MW 5x3 N38.