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What are the parts of an adjustable
links weld clamp magnet?

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Labelled parts of an adjustable links weld clamp magnet: Wing nuts, securing bolt, interlinking bar, and magnet

Manufactured very similar in their design all adjustable links weld clamp magnets have the same basic parts. These include securing bolts, interlocking bars, wing nuts and the magnets. Read our full guide to the parts of adjustable links weld clamp magnets to find out each of their functions.

Wing nuts on an adjustable links weld clamp magnet

silver wingnut A wing nut is a nut with a pair of projections for the fingers to turn it onto/off a screw. There is one on these on each of the magnets.

Securing bolts on an adjustable links weld clamp magnet

Securing bolt on an adjustable links weld clamp magnet There is one securing bolt per magnet on an adjustable weld clamp magnet. The securing bolts are used to hold the linking bars onto the magnets with the help of the wing nuts.

Magnet on an adjustable links weld clamp magnet

two labelled magnets on an adjustable links weld clamp magnet There are two block magnets on each adjustable links weld clamp magnet.

Interlinking bars on an adjustable links weld clamp magnet

non-magnetic linking bars on a red adjustable links weld clamp magnet The interlinking bars that hold the two magnets together are non-magnetic to allow the magnets free movement. There can be either one or two linking bars on an adjustable links weld clamp magnet.

Keeper on an adjustable links weld clamp magnet

Two labelled keepers on a red adjustable links weld clamp magnet Some types of adjustable links weld clamp magnets have 4 circular steel keepers that need removing to allow the magnets to work to their full potential.
Wonkee donkee says "A keeper, also known as a shunt, is a soft iron piece temporarily added between the north and south poles to protect it from demagnetising"