The flexible magnet strip is magnetic on one side and yellow vinyl coating on the reverse, and may also be attached and easily repositioned on flat or quite curved steel surfaces. The vinyl side may also be written on directly with a wet-erase or permanent marker, or a pre-printed adhesive paper label may also be attached. Strength rating is 21 pounds of pull per linear foot. The strip withstands temperatures from -15 to 160 degrees F and may also be cut with scissors.
Flexible magnets may also be easily cut and shaped for a range of applications. They’re produced by mixing powdered iron or ferrite with a rubber or plastic binder, and then extruding or rolling into the desired shape. Flexible magnets can have adhesive backing and be laminated with a printable vinyl coating. Flexible magnets are normally magnetized with a couple of poles on one surface to generate a stronger holding force. High-energy flexible magnets can every now and then be used in preference to ceramic materials if tight tolerances don’t seem to be required. The application temperature range is decided by binder material properties.
Flexible magnet strip is magnetic on one side and yellow vinyl on the reverse
Attaches to flat or quite curved steel surfaces and is easily repositioned
Write directly on vinyl side or apply pre-printed adhesive-backed paper labels (sold one at a time)
Strength rating is 21 pounds of pull per linear foot
Withstands temperatures from -15 to +160 degrees F