Magnetic Pad, MagPad, Rubber Coated Magnetic Mounting Pad, Car Roof Top Magnets, through hole and threaded stud magnetic pads
Magnetic Pad (commonly known as ‘MagPads’ or Car Roof Top Magnets) are used for securing objects to magnetic surfaces. Types of magnetic mounting pad: Threaded stud and through hole magnetic pads, They come in two forms; through hole and threaded stud. A magnetic mounting pad is a magnet that holds objects made of non-ferromagnetic materials, such as plastic car roof signs, to a ferromagnetic material like a car roof.
Magnetic pads are particularly useful for these tasks due to the amount of shear strength they have. Shear strength refers to the magnet’s ability to resist any forces trying to make the magnet slip from the ferromagnetic surface.
Rubber coating on a threaded stud or through hole magnetic mounting pad, Magnetic mounting pads have a high shear strength due to their rubber coating, Magnetic mounting pads are predominantly used for advertising, as the adverts can be easily changed.
This is because they can securely hold the sign for an extended period of time, but because of the magnetic capabilities, it can be easily removed by the user when they need to.
This is also known as a taxi magnet due to its role of holding taxi signs on the roof of a taxi”.
A unique product, the ‘mag pad’ is ideal for fixing rooftop signs to vehicles or other signs to any steel surface. The rubber magnetic pad is designed to provide an extremely high resistance to shear forces as well as excellent pull strength. Objects can be fixed to the pad using the locking nut and bolt assembly provided and the six-pole striped magnetic field will then ensure that the sign or object is securely attached to a steel surface.
Typical uses: include lighting systems, magnetic brackets, car roof signs (e.g. taxi signs), antenna clamp systems, lighting fixtures, security gates, vehicle tracking units, temporary signage, attaching to boards and pictures to metal partitions, door clamps, etc.