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Magnet with Zip Tie Holder, 14 lb. Pull
- Item # 49M018
- Mfr. Model # MX1000ZIP1
- UNSPSC # 31381002
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.05 lbs.
- ItemMagnet with Zip Tie Holder
- MaterialCeramic Magnet
- Max. Pull14 lb.
- Overall Length7/16"
- Overall Width1-15/64"
- Stability Temp.300 Degrees F
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Hazardous material - General
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The magnet is the hazard if being transported by air. Strong magnets can interfer with the pilots instruments. The basic compass is still an important part of aircraft navigation. If a cargo of magnets alters the compass readings, accurate navigation might be compromised. The pilot needs to be aware of all on board over a certain strength and the qty.
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