Some different types of magnetic holders include heavy duty holders for industrial purposes and holders built specifically for automotive tools. Magnetic holders exist to store sockets specifically, and panel magnetic holders hold small tools on an entire wall. Some magnetic holders store screwdrivers or wrenches exclusively, while specialized magnetic menu holders allow owners to switch out their offerings with ease. Magnetic holders also exist for holding badges and name tags on apparel.
Magnetic holders built to accommodate multiple tools are great for garages and workshops. Some of these magnetic holders can also fit inside of work vans and trucks. To secure these magnetic bars, welded tabs and screws are used, and some can hold up to 20 pounds of tools per square inch.
Holders for sockets have special compartments to hold individual pieces. Those built just for wrenches and screwdrivers have special slots that allow users to twist the tools in for a more secure hold.
A magnetic holder for a restaurant menu allows restaurants to change their offerings on a seasonal basis or when they get new menu items in with little notice. These holders feature a black leather design, making them a versatile part of a restaurant's decor. Magnetic holders for apparel are great for people in the customer service industry who must wear name tags. They are also good for people who need to wear badges as credentials.