When you think of Easter, what is the first thing that springs to mind? If you’re like us, the answer is chocolate! Conveniently, we are only days away until we have a guilt free pass to eat as much chocolate as possible, where we can swap healthy lunches and calorie counting for indulging, mouthwatering Easter eggs!
While you relax and indulge in chocolaty goodness, have you ever wondered how Easter eggs get their unique, hollow shape? Yes? Thought so. Read on and we will explain how magnets are used during the manufacturing process…
Welcome to the penultimate episode of our Experts’ Favourite Magnets series. It’s a sad day as we conclude our 5th and final post. Fortunately, we have Mr David Gault, the Head of Production at Magnet Expert, revealing his favourite magnet to us today!
But before we get started, lets recap the last few weeks. We started off with Juan who was a big fan of the Feel Flux Skills! Then we moved onto the Head of Sales & Marketing, Mr Simon Elliott whose favourite magnet was the Neodymium Clamping Magnet with an M5 Hook and Eyebolt. Thirdly, Eric Styles, our longest serving expert told us he favoured the Magnetic Cable Tie for all its uses. Most recently, Nathan ‘Mason’ Wallace showcased the Rubber Coated Pot Magnets to us.
Today, we’ll hear David fight his case for his favourite magnet but before we begin, he’s a little about him…
Welcome to week 4 of our Experts’ Favourite Magnets series. Over the past few weeks, our experts have revealed their favourite magnets and how you can use them at home or at work. Sadly, we are nearing the end of our blog post series with only 2 experts left to reveal their magnets *crowd gasps* … but don’t be too downhearted, we’ll be back with more great content!
Today, Nathan ‘Mason’ Wallace takes the time to tell us about his magnet of choice. In keeping with tradition, here’s a bit about the man himself.
The kick-off to the Premier League is only days away and the excitement is building among football enthusiasts. The fixtures come around thick and fast as people go through the highs and lows with their beloved team. Away from the pitch itself, fans are eagerly preparing their Fantasy Premier League teams and the Magnet Expert Ltd staff are no different! Several members of the team have drafted up their squads in the hope of reigning superior in the ‘Magnet Expert Fantasy Football League’. The best of luck to all!
Being experts in magnetics, we had to incorporate magnets into our league table. With the use of both magnetic tapes and novelty magnets, we have created an official leaderboard which will run throughout the 2017/2018 Premier League season. Take a look:
Last week we launched the first blog post in the series of Our Experts’ Favourite Magnets. Our team are taking the time to reveal their favourites and the reasons why they rate them so highly. We started off with Juan Suarez-Robinson, our fresh-faced Customer Sales Adviser whose favourite magnet is the Feel Flux gadget! Take a read.
This week, our Head of Sales and Marketing, Simon Elliott, will be chatting to us and revealing his favourite magnet! But first, a bit about the man himself. Simon is a charismatic leader with natural motivational qualities. When he is not singing along to Smooth FM in the office he’s singing about his beloved Derby County FC. A man of the world who now brings his skills and expertise to the magnet industry.
But down to business.
Magnets are here, there and everywhere and a lot of the time we don’t even realise it. For instance, in the smartphone or other electronic devise that you are reading this post on, there will be magnets hard at work. In this blog post, we will reveal where magnets sit in various applications that you use everyday! You’ll never use them again without thinking of the unsung hero, the magnet.
The FIRST4MAGNETS® team have raised over £310 for Red Nose Day!
FIRST4MAGNETS®, a leading division of Magnet Expert Ltd, has made a fantastic contribution of £314.50 to Red Nose Day through staff fundraising and generous donations.
Since the days of the first personal computer it has been part of ‘geeklore’ (like folklore but more interesting) that magnets are bad for all things electronic. But come on I hear you say, we’ve moved on from the days of the faithful floppy disk and the cumbersome CRT monitor, surely this can’t be the case? Magnets can’t seriously damage my iPhone, can they?