It’s no secret that the world of construction can be chaotic and unpredictable. One minute you’re working on a project, and the next you’re scrambling to find the tools and materials you need to get the job done. If you work in steel buildings, this can be even more of a challenge. With metal walls and ceilings, it can be tough to keep cords, hoses, and other small items organized.
That’s where magnet hooks come in. By using magnetic hangers and hooks, you can keep everything from cords and hoses to tools and equipment tidy and within reach.
Advantages of Magnetic Cable Hooks include:
One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a magnet hook is durability. The last thing you want is for the cable hook to break or lose its magnetism after just a few uses. Look for cable & hose hooks made from high-quality materials that are designed to withstand the wear and tear of your job site.
Another key factor to consider is the strength of the magnet. You want a hook that can securely hold your cords and hoses without slipping or falling off, but also not so strong, it is difficult to move to a new position when required. Look for hooks with strong magnets that are specifically designed for use on metal surfaces like steel buildings. In simple terms the large the cable hanger or hook, the stronger a magnet is required. Magnetic hooks range from clips to hold a single cable, to medium sized hooks that hold 3 – 4 leads and 5kg and through to heavy duty cable hangers that can secure a number of hoses leads and cable and 25kg.
- Size and Shape
The size and shape of the magnet hook are also important factors to consider. You want a hook that is large enough to hold your cords and hoses, but not so large that it takes up too much space. Additionally, the shape of the hook should be designed to keep your cords and hoses organized and prevent them from getting tangled.
Finally, look for magnet hooks that are versatile and can be used for a variety of tasks. You might want to use the hook to hold tools or equipment, or you may want to use it for other tasks around your job site. The more versatile the hook, the more useful it will be in the long run.