m36 [Lifting Biomagnet]

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  • Ideal object lifting magnet
  • 3mm x 6mm neodymium disc
  • Proprietary titanium nitride coating process
  • N52+ strength with highest Gauss rating!


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WARNING This device is definitely a dangerous thing. This device has not been tested or certified by any regulatory agency for implantation or use inside the human body. Use of this device is strictly at your own risk.

The m36 lifting biomagnet is the big brother to the m31 sensing biomagnet. Together they are the world’s only biomagnets that have been designed from the ground up for direct and permanent in vivo use. Using a special process, we prepare the surface of our magnets for titanium nitride (TiN) coating and employ a modified PVD procedure to bond the TiN directly to the neodymium disc.

Why is the m36 better?
The m36 is not sold sterilized
What is TiN (titanium nitride)?
What about metal allergies?

TiN References:

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4. Scarano A, Piattelli M, Vrespa G, Caputi S, Piattelli A. Bacterial adhesion on titanium nitride coated and uncoated implants; an in vivo human study. J Oral Implantol 2003;29(2):80-5.
5. Streicher RM, Schon R, Semlitsch MF. Tribology and possibilities of optimising the wear properties of metal-on-polyethylene combinations for artificial joints. Biomedizinische Technik 1990; 4.
6. Pappas MJ, Makris G, Buechel FF. Titanium nitride ceramic film against polyethylene. A 48 million cycle wear test. Clin Orthop Aug 1995; 317:64-70.
7. DOT GmbH internal test report. Data on file Corin Group.