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Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
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Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly

3" L x 1.5" W x .45" Thk.¸ 60 lbs. pull
CBA300

This item contains a powerful ceramic magnet fixed into a zinc-plated steel channel. The holding power is on one large surface and includes a center hole for mounting. Latch magnets can easily secure cabinet doors, or can be used to hold or retrieve metal objects. Easily secure a parking lot gate or shop door. Very popular choice for many consumer, commercial and technical applications.
  • Used mainly as a door latch, but also great for holding key rings, nameplates, nozzles, fixtures, or other ferrous metal objects
  • Makes an excellent tool holder, sign holder, and more
  • Easy to install, screws not included
Regular price
$19.99
Sale price
$19.99
TECHNICAL SPECS
Channel Hole Diameter (In.)
0.25
Channel Width
0.198
Finish/Plating
Zinc
Grade
8
Magnet Material
Ceramic
Magnet Shape
Block
MMI Part #
CBA300
Number of Items in Sell Pack
1
Product Color
Silver + Black
Product Height (In.)
0.455
Product Length/Depth (In.)
3
Product Material
Steel
Product Shape
Rectangle
Product Width (In.)
1.5
Pull Rating
60
Weight (lbs)
0
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3" L x 1.5" W x .45" Thk.¸ 60 lbs. pull
CBA300

This item contains a powerful ceramic magnet fixed into a zinc-plated steel channel. The holding power is on one large surface and includes a center hole for mounting. Latch magnets can easily secure cabinet doors, or can be used to hold or retrieve metal objects. Easily secure a parking lot gate or shop door. Very popular choice for many consumer, commercial and technical applications.
  • Used mainly as a door latch, but also great for holding key rings, nameplates, nozzles, fixtures, or other ferrous metal objects
  • Makes an excellent tool holder, sign holder, and more
  • Easy to install, screws not included
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly
Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly

Ceramic Latch Magnet Channel Assembly

3" L x 1.5" W x .45" Thk.¸ 60 lbs. pull
CBA300

This item contains a powerful ceramic magnet fixed into a zinc-plated steel channel. The holding power is on one large surface and includes a center hole for mounting. Latch magnets can easily secure cabinet doors, or can be used to hold or retrieve metal objects. Easily secure a parking lot gate or shop door. Very popular choice for many consumer, commercial and technical applications.
  • Used mainly as a door latch, but also great for holding key rings, nameplates, nozzles, fixtures, or other ferrous metal objects
  • Makes an excellent tool holder, sign holder, and more
  • Easy to install, screws not included

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Regular price
$2.84
Sale price
$2.84
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Channel Hole Diameter (In.)0.25
Channel Width0.198
Finish/PlatingZinc
Grade8
Magnet MaterialCeramic
Magnet ShapeBlock
MMI Part #CBA300
Number of Items in Sell Pack1
Product ColorSilver + Black
Product Height (In.)0.455
Product Length/Depth (In.)3
Product MaterialSteel
Product ShapeRectangle
Product Width (In.)1.5
Pull Rating60
Weight (lbs)0

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