Welding Magnet, Welding Magnets
Magnetic Welding HolderMulti-angle Welding Magnets are designed for fast and accurate holding of flat and round ferrous metal for welding and assembly jobs. Various angles available from 30°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°, to 180° .
Welding Magnet, Welding Magnets
Choose your suitable Welding Magnet
25LBS Welding Magnet
50LBS Welding Magnet
75LBS Welding Magnet
50LBS Welding Magnet
Item No.:213030 / 213075
30LBS Welding Magnet with Switch
75LBS Welding Magnet with Switch
Item No.:214025 / 214065
25LBS Welding Magnet with Switch
65LBS Welding Magnet with Switch
Item No.:215045 / 215075
45LBS Welding Magnet with Round Switch
65LBS Welding Magnet with Round Switch
Item No.: 216025
Multi-angle Welding Magnet
Item No.:211025 25LBS Welding Magnet
Item No.:211050 50LBS Welding Magnet
Item No.:211075 75LBS Welding Magnet
Item No.:212050 50LBS Welding Magnet
Item No.:214025 / 214025
25LBS Welding Magnet
65LBS Welding Magnet
Item No.:811001 4PCS Welding Magnet
What is Magnetic Weld Holder? Welding Magnet
Magnetic Weld Holders are designed to work as an Extra Hand - It enables fast and accelerative holding of most iron objects and tools. They are widely used in iron parts welding, jointing in 90°or 45° in architecture and finish machining field. They are be used in soldering, Marking-off, Pipe installation, Supporting, Jigging, Assembly, as a Separator, Multi-Units for Heavy welding, Lifting etc.
What is Welding Magnet? Magnetic Welding Holder
Multi-angle Welding Magnets are designed for fast and accurate holding of flat and round ferrous metal for welding and assembly jobs. Various angles available from 30°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°, to 180° .
Welding magnets are used for holding pieces of metals together, allowing for an easy and faster welding process. These metals have a strong attraction for ferromagnetic materials like mild steel. Thus, any two metals to be welded together can be held together at various angles using these magnets.
Welding magnets consist of several kinds of metals, such as Alnico, Neodymium, or Samarium-Cobalt magnets, which are quite strong to meet any requirement.
The ferrous materials which are being welded should be held at angles of 30, 45, 60, 75, 90, and 180. For easy setup and removal of the metals from the welding magnet, there is a large finger hole. To prevent the spattering of the metals during the welding process copper plate poles are used, thus, reducing marks on the working area.
Standard (Always ON) Welding magnets: This welding magnet can be in square shape or as arrowheads. They are plated with a layer of copper and further painted to prevent rusting and reduce forming marks due to regular use.
Switchable ON/OFF Welding magnets: This type of welding magnet helps the user to turn on the magnetic property of the magnets when required and if not they can easily turn off the magnetic property by simply turning off the switch. It abolishes the need for tedious clamping and helps in easy cleaning of fuzz iron by simply switching them off.
Adjustable Welding magnets: These welding magnets allow a greater range of flexibility, up to 360 degrees. Due to this, they are easy to use even in small places. These magnets can be used in higher temperatures as well, without any deterioration of the clamping powers.
Sheet Metal Welding Magnets: These are useful while working on sheets of metal. They can hold it together while working. They have an additional plastic handle along with rubber pads that allows a better grip on the metal and easier usage.
Multi-angle Welding Magnets: This type of welding magnet has a center hole so that one can handle it easily. Moreover, it is fully enclosed for easier cleaning. For providing extra strength to holding the metal pieces there are two small riveted holes for linking the magnets together. Their pull force is 80 lbs. They are ideal for holding small pieces of metal in a place where the space is limited.
Arrow Welding Magnets: These come in the shape of arrowheads for easier installation. Despite having a smaller surface area and even a hole in the middle, these are quite strong magnets. They are quite handy while soldering, welding, and installing pipes.
Corner Welding Magnets: This type of welding magnet is ideal and strong enough for handling the corners with ease. The metal can be held by the outer edges of the corner magnet at 60-degree celsius while the light-duty stock at 90 degrees can be held but the light and low profile Corner Magnet. Its pull force is 30 lbs each.
Mini-Multi Angle Welding Magnets: This type of welding magnet works for an extra hand and leads to fast and accurate holding of any ferrous object. A Mini-Multi Angle Welding Magnet can be used in a lot of useful ways such as for assembly work and use as a holder and positioner. If you’re thinking about the perfect use of this magnet then it is as a holder and positioner which is then used for installation of pipes and in welding and soldering, etc. The main advantage of this magnet is its compact size.
Are there any factors that affect the efficiency of Welding Magnets?
Although neodymium magnets are the strongest magnets, they tend to corrode in high humidity conditions. If there is no protective covering around the neodymium magnets, it will surely reduce the efficiency of the welding magnet which is made of Neo magnet.
It must be made sure that the temperature while welding should not exceed 80-degree celsius since all magnets stop being magnetic after a certain temperature.
Is the welding process affected by the welding magnets?
As there is a presence of a magnet, there can be an unwanted deflection of the arc due to the presence of magnetic fields (also known as arc blow). However, there is an exponential decrease in the magnetic strength as there is an increase in the distance. The problem can be solved by keeping the welding magnet at a distance (about 6 inches away). This won’t affect the welding process that much.
How can you use Welding Magnets?
If you are still confused about the function of welding magnets, this section will clear your doubt.
The process through which welding magnets can be used is very simple. The metals which are desired to be welded are taken and the welding magnet is led to hold them together at a particular angle before the welding is started. It is general that setting and holding the pieces of metal in place while welding them is very tough, but if the metal is ferromagnetic, these welding magnets are of great use. It is more advantageous if the magnet is a switching magnet, you can easily turn on the switch when you are ready to weld and switch off when the work is done.
The welding magnets have great usability in the welding process, as mentioned in the above section.
How to clean Welding Magnets?
Welding magnets are really difficult to clean. You will have to wear protective eyewear and take your magnets outside. Use an air compressor and shoot a few bursts of air and the welding magnet should come out clean. However, the welding magnets that have an ON and OFF switch enable the user to switch off its magnetism.
Welding magnets come in various types to suit your needs. As mentioned before, welding magnets almost act as a third hand and help the user to focus on the welding completely. While buying a welding magnet you should look at its welding angles, pull force, shape, size, and the material it is made of.