how does scrap heap magnet work?

how does a scrap heap magnet work?

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The scrap heap magnet is nothing but a heavy electromagnet. On a soft iron core thick insulated copper wire is wound. The magnetic power of an electromagnet depends upon the current and the number of turns in the coil. The copper wire can withstand very strong currents and a large number of turns in the coil create a very strong magnetic field. When the current passes it becomes very strong and attracts all the magnetic materials in the scrap.
chloe
31 March 2011
The scrap heap magnet is nothing but a heavy electromagnet. On a soft iron core thick insulated copper wire is wound. The magnetic power of an electromagnet depends upon the current and the number of turns in the coil. The copper wire can withstand very strong currents and a large number of turns in the coil create a very strong magnetic field. When the current passes it becomes very strong and attracts all the magnetic materials in the scrap.chloe15:38 on 31/03/11
princessbloom
19 April 2015
The scrap heap magnet is nothing but a heavy electromagnet. On a soft iron core thick insulated copper wire is wound. The magnetic power of an electromagnet depends upon the current and the number of turns in the coil. The copper wire can withstand very strong currents and a large number of turns in the coil create a very strong magnetic field. When the current passes it becomes very strong and attracts all the magnetic materials in the scrap
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01 July 2020
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