How to use Name Badge Magnet

    If you’re tired of seeing your company’s uniforms full of pin holes then it might be time for you to consider switching to Name Badge Magnet. It is ideal for attaching badges or name cards to garments which may not hold a pin without damages to the garment. It's also ideal for instances where there is short term use with frequent attachment.

    Name badge magnet consists of two parts – a adhesive metal plate and a plastic or steel bar with two or three strong magnets. Our rare-earth name badge magnets are crafted from the highest quality neodymium in the world. This means that your neo magnet name badge stays firmly in place through almost any material, even outerwear.

Magnetic badge

The permanent magnets naturally adhere to the steel or plastic badge plates.

Magnetic Badge

Adhesive steel piece sticks to your badge plate and attracts the magnetic badge fastener.

Black (or Blue) Painted Magnet

Color painted magnets are widely used for office and in teaching and playing by children. Generally, hard Ferrite will be used in the educational magnets due to lower cost and good property. Many shapes, sizes and colors are available for clients' choice. 

We usually paint them in black or blue. It can stick on fridge or anywhere with iron sheet surface and good item for promotionl gifts.

Rubber Coated Magnet

These magnets are made of powerful Neodymium (NdFeB) Magnet coated with rubber. As we known, neodymium magnets are the strongest of the rare earth magnets and are the strongest permanent magnets in the world. So they are with strong power even if they are in small shape.


Our cube-shaped magnet is covered by green and yellow rubber. Colorful rubber cover can not only protect the surface of the magnet, but also makes the product artistic. This non-toxic, non- smell and environment-friendly magnet can widely used in:

1 Workplaces

2 Office whiteboards

3 Filing cabinets

4 Warehouse racking

5 Metallic cubicle backings

6 Refrigerators, etc.



How is the pull force of each magnet determined?

All of the pull force values we specify have been tested in our laboratory. We test these magnets in two different configurations. Case 1 is the maximum pull force generated between a single magnet and a thick, ground, flat steel plate. Case 2 is the maximum pull force generated with a single magnet sandwiched between two thick, ground, flat steel plates. Case 3 is the maximum pull force generated on a magnet attracted to another magnet of the same type.

The values are an average value for five samples of each magnet. A digital force gauge records the tensile force on the magnet. The plates are pulled apart until the magnet disconnects from one of the plates. The peak value is recorded as the "pull force". If using steel that is thinner, coated, or has an uneven or rusty surface, the effective pull force may be different than recorded in our lab.