Inserted magnets are used for the quick fixing of various built-in components in precast concrete components. It is also called embeded magnets, built-in magnets. Built-in elements that can be fastened include electrical sockets, anchor loops, weld-on plates, threaded sleeves, etc.
When producing precast concrete components, we need to reserve space in advance for various switches, electrical wire box and pipes. Various lifting sleeves also need to be embedded.
Fixed with inserted magnet, no need for drilling, welding, and will not damage the platform. The strong magnetic force can ensure accurate positioning during the whole concreting process. Once it’s in place, it stays firmly. No slipping, no sliding. At the same time, this magnetic holder can be used repeatedly over a long period of time to achieve cost savings.
Features of Inserted Magnets:
- High Efficiency
- Simple Operation
The built-in magnet is based on a powerful pot magnet as a provider of core suction. At the same time, using a highly plastic rubber material as the shell, we can make almost any shape of the embedded magnets.
Types Of Inserted Magnets