« BACK  

Powerful magnets help to prevent gaps and holes in steel walls and ceilings

Magnetic belts ensure quick and easy fixing of cable holders, smoke detectors and curtain rails to ceilings without the need for drilling and screwing
Magnetic belts ensure quick and easy fixing of cable holders, smoke detectors and curtain rails to ceilings without the need for drilling and screwing

Goudsmit Magnetic Design BV, based in Waalre, has recently begun supplying special flexible magnetic belts and magnetic systems produced from exceptionally strong Nd-Fe-B (Neodymium) magnetic material.

These systems have been designed to allow objects to be fixed to steel ceilings and walls in spaces including hygiene areas in hospitals, clean rooms, rooms with climate ceilings, offices and shops. Gaps and holes in surfaces located in these areas are prohibited, ruling out the option of drilling and screwing. In this case, magnets offer the ideal solution.

Neodymium magnetic material is five times stronger than standard ferrite magnetic material. Flexible magnetic belts ensure strong, secure fixing of objects such as smoke detectors, curtain rails and cable holders. For heavier objects such as security cameras and switch cabinets, the company offers a magnetic system with a rubber seal, which helps to prevent scratches on ceilings and walls.

Design
The flexible magnetic belt is magnetised on one side with multiple poles. The non-magnetic side features a strong double-sided self-adhesive. Belts can be supplied in custom dimensions as sheets or strips in thicknesses from 0.4 mm to as much as 12.0 mm. Belts can be cut to size as required. In addition to wall and ceiling fixing, belts are also suitable as fasteners and seals, for use in loudspeakers and for hanging advertising boards and signs.

Rubber-encased Neodymium magnetic systems contain a double-sided self-adhesive or screw hole for easy fixing. Available in dimensions from 31 mm to 88 mm diameter. Standard colours: black and white.

PUBLISHED: 11 Aug 16 Bookmark and Share
Company:
Goudsmit Magnetics Group
Country:
Netherlands
Tel:
+31 40 221 3283
Fax:
+31 N/A
Email:
info@goudsmit.eu
Website:
www.goudsmitmagnets.com
Other News from Goudsmit Magnetics Group:

»
Magnet filters iron particles as small as one micron from industrial fluids
»
Magnets for the aerospace industry
»
AS9100C certification for Goudsmit Magnetics
»
Powerful magnets help to prevent gaps and holes in steel walls and ceilings
»
Smooth conveying of sharp steel parts
»
Magnet for robot grippers
»
Demagnetization on location


Industry News:
Wire & Cable Guangzhou exhibition floor
Wire & Cable Guangzhou returns in June 2018
Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt Co Ltd, China (PR)
The ISA-BRAZE® high-temperature solders ensure excellent resistance and corrosion resistance under extreme conditions
First presentation of ISA-BRAZE® at Schweißen & Schneiden 2017
Isabellenhütte Heusler GmbH KG, Germany
Production increase at Shenzhen site reflects growing demand for advanced materials
DowDuPont Specialty Products announces DuPont™ Zytel® and Hytrel® capacity expansion
DuPont de Nemours International SA, Switzerland
The cover page of NIEHOFF Magazine 2/2017
Considerable cost savings
Maschinenfabrik Niehoff GmbH & Co KG, Germany
Regina E-F.A.S.T. (ecological, friction abating sliding thermoplastic) material - The fruit of a four-year long joint project between DuPont and Regina, world leader in the development of conveyor chains and belts
Collaboration between DuPont and Regina leads to the launch of Regina E-F.A.S.T.
DuPont de Nemours International SA, Switzerland
Rod and wire cleaning by SB brushing
system
Rod rust removal - dry, green and clean
Decalub, France
Prysmian supports ultra-broadband development in Italy
Prysmian supports ultra-broadband development in Italy
Prysmian Group, Italy
Left: Matt Graham - Process Engineering Manager; right: Adam Dent - Quality Assistant
Mount Joy Wire announces hiring of process engineering manager and quality assistant
Mount Joy Wire Corporation, USA
A recently developed magnetic filter removes iron particles as small as one micron fromindustrial liquids. This prevents machine downtime caused by damage to machines and tools andextends the life of other filters as well as of the fluids
Magnet filters iron particles as small as one micron from industrial fluids
Goudsmit Magnetics Group, Netherlands
Top:  MMH 101 type multiwire drawing machine; Bottom: Design of the booth which is split between the Niehoff Group and WAFIOS
Niehoff at the wire South America 2017 trade fair
Maschinenfabrik Niehoff GmbH & Co KG, Germany
» VIEW ALL NEWS «