Magnets handling – safety instructions

DANGER OF INJURY AND/OR MAGNET CRACKING

These magnets are very strong so please handle them with care. Especially, spontaneous attaching of two or more magnets to each other or a metal material is dangerous. There is a risk of finger injuries. We recommend using protective gloves. If the mutual magnet attachment is limited, one or more magnets may crack. The magnets are very fragile.
 
 
 

STRONG MAGNETIC FIELD

Strong magnetic field of the magnets may damage electronical devices within their proximity (TV sets, computers, hard discs, watch, credit cards, ...). Maintain sufficient distance between these devices and magnets.
 
 
 
 

MAGNET SWALLOWING

Magnet swallowing can have serious health impacts. By that reason, remove all magnets from places where children can find them.
 
 
 
 
 

NEODYMIUM NdFeB MAGNETS AGAINST FERRITE MAGNETS

Ferrite magnets may be damaged by a strong magnetic field characteristic for neodymium NdFeB magnets. Therefore, store these magnets separately.
 
 
 
 

TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE OF THE MAGNETS

On each magnet, respective temperature resistance is stated. In case the temperature is exceeded, the magnet becomes damaged. By that reason, do not expose magnets higher temperatures than those they are designed for.
 
 
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PACEMAKERS

People with pacemakers and/or implanted heart defibrillators should never work with magnets.
 
 
 
 
 

CORROSION OF THE MAGNETS

Materials of which the magnets are made tend to corrosion. Therefore, the surface of the magnets must be treated. Store the magnets in a dry environment and prevent their surface treatment damaging.