Magnetic Pull Strength

Pull strength is measured by sandwiching the magnet between two thick pieces of metal and measuring the force it takes to pull them apart. (Shown Below)

Laboratory conditions:
Pull strength is measured in laboratory conditions. Real world applications seldom reach the maximum pull strength provided via the laboratory tests.

Variables that affect holding strength.
• Air Gap
• Metal Thickness
• Metal Grade
• Mechanical Advantage
• Friction

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