Bluestreak takes pride in knowing that construction and industrial sites around the world are safer and more efficient because of our products. We manufacture heavy-duty magnetic sweepers for projects of any size and can work with you to select the best product for your application
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magnetic floor sweepers are a solution for removing metal debris and fasteners from shop floors and various other indoor and outdoor surfaces. We design and configure our floor sweepers for your specific application to offer performance and versatility for various industries and terrains.
Magnetic nail sweepers are a type of magnetic sweeper used to quickly pick up metal objects such as nails or screws. Magnetic nail sweepers work well in a variety of environments, including shop floors and even grass. They are essential for easily and safely clearing environments of metal debris without having to bend over.
Magnets are objects or materials that attract or repel other magnets through a force known as magnetism. Available in several shapes, sizes, and strengths, magnets are an essential component of everything from MRI machines to magnetic pick-up tools and sweepers.
Magnetic brooms are a type of multipurpose tool that collects ferrous metals. Some of the debris they collect includes nails, washers, screws, and nuts from garages, floors, and walkways, among other areas. Magnetic brooms offer an efficient way to clean up a variety of environments, and they come in different types, depending on the job.
To select the right type of heavy-duty magnetic sweeper, it’s important to understand the specifications to look for and their benefits for various applications.
There are many ways that magnetic power can be measured (Gauss, Tesla, Holding Force, Pickup Height) and these metrics are useful for assessing the power of magnets comparatively. However, none of these metrics are perfectly applicable to real world conditions that you will use a magnetic sweeper in because they fail to factor speed into the equation. Therefore, we developed a methodology of testing magnetic sweepers at speed
Industrial magnets play a vital role in numerous systems and operations. While these magnetic devices rely on the same principles as the ones used for residential purposes (e.g., sticking items to a refrigerator), they generally have more specific requirements and restrictions regarding composition, type, size, and strength, depending on the intended use.
There are a lot of “flat surface” magnet sweepers on the market, in fact almost all other competitor magnetic sweepers are flat surface sweepers whether they market them as “all surface” sweepers or not,
To understand a magnet’s pickup power to compare magnets you need to know how the magnetic pickup power and performance is being measured. Pickup power is a very difficult thing to explain or for a potential buyer to ask about and still have it mean anything.
Rare earth magnets versus ceramic magnets – While there are many different types of magnets, two of the most popular man-made magnets are ceramic magnets and neodymium magnets.
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Be Careful About Relying on Magnetic Sweeper Strength Ratings, or Magnetic Field or Flux Density Quantifications
We get asked sometimes “what grade are your magnets” or “can you tell me the field or flux density of your magnetic products”. In other words…
Seriously consider how you are going to adjust, clean off and otherwise use the magnetic sweeper. Try and visualize yourself using the magnetic sweeper in your situation. Are you going to need a certain sweeping height…
If you’re planning on using your magnetic sweeper in grass, consider the ability of different sweeper options to deal with “wipe off”. “Wipe off” occurs when grass or weeds brush the bottom of the sweeper and the debris attached to it…
Get the facts on “lifting power” versus “lifting height” for magnetic sweepers – Manufacturers often measure a magnet’s “lifting power” in pounds of solid steel. This lifting..
Some of our sweepers are designed with a “Wrap around” feature specifically to deal with the problem of debris being pushed off of the magnet by grass. If debris gets pushed backward, it simply…