FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
How can you combine two self-adhesive magnetic tapes?
Our self-adhesive magnetic tapes can also connect two completely non-magnetic objects. The tapes cannot be combined arbitrarily, however. You always need to put unequal poles on top of each other.
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Features of stripe magnetisation
Our magnetic adhesive tapes made of ferrite are magnetised in stripes on the the non-adhesive surface.
Therefore, the tapes cannot be placed on top of each other arbitrarily because that would lead to equal poles (north on north or south on south) on top of each other and they would reject each other. You have to turn one of the tapes 180 degrees to be able to place them on top of each other without problem.
MT-30-STIC, MT-40-STIC and MT-150-STIC
Neodymium magnetic adhesive tape NMT-10-STIC, NMT-20-STIC, NMT-30-STIC
On the neodymium magnetic adhesive tapes NMT-10-STIC, NMT-20-STIC and NMT-30-STIC the stripes run perpendicular to the tape length. Pieces of this special magnetic adhesive tape can therefore be placed right on top of each other. The especially strong adhesive force of those tapes also allows for very stable combinations of two non-magnetic objects.