When the chips are down, Plastalloy thrives

March 1, 2006
Plastalloy chip collector magnets from The Electrodyne Co Inc capture metal filings, chips, and other ferrous materials that can damage downstream components.

Plastalloy chip collector magnets from The Electrodyne Co Inc capture metal filings, chips, and other ferrous materials that can damage downstream components. These magnets work in temperatures to 150° C, are oil-resistant, and are suitable for under the hood; inside the engine, transmission, and differential; and cutting fluid and hydraulic fluid recirculation systems. Special pressure-sensitive adhesives are available to hold the magnets to the oil pan.

Various magnetization methods include conventional, two-poles each side, multiple-poles, or custom magnetization patterns. Lead-free Plastalloy is ROHS and EN71-compliant for environmentally sensitive applications.

Plastalloy can be bent, twisted, and flexed without losing magnetic energy. It comes in magnet sheets, strips, or die-cut shapes, with options including pressure-sensitive adhesive, polarity identification, customized formulations, and special cutting techniques.

For more information, e-mail [email protected] or phone 513-732-2822.

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