5. Why was the MagMover given the name MagMover?
Because this tool is a magnet mover. It moves the ClikMagnets to metal and from metal.
6. Why would one need a Dual MagMover and not just use the Single MagMover twice for items that have two attachment points?
For items requiring two attachment points, the Dual MagMover will attach one line while still holding the item to attach the second line. If the Single MagMover had been used, one might not be able to reach the second ClikMagnet that is hanging from the display.
7. When can a Dual MagMover NOT be used?
When the width of the grommets and the length of the lines do not allow the ClikMagnets to reach the MagMover. (Short lines and very wide sign.) The alternative is to use two MagPoles and two people…or..if possible, move the grommets closer together.
Another Solution: Attach the ClikMagnet directly to the sign and request a custom MagMover the width of the grommets. This creates a flush-mount sign.
8. Are custom MagMover widths available?
Yes. For example – someone may have a 4 ft sign with three grommets and wish the sign to be flush mounted. The three ClikMagnets would be attached directly to the sign (no LoopLine) and the custom 3 ft. MagMover with three heads (same spacing as the grommets) would lift the ClikMagnets in one motion to the metal. Removal is also easy and fast.
9. Why is a 24” Dual MagMover available?
This is the width of a ceiling tile to allow for fast installation and removal (only one set of “cliks”)
Frequently used with the FlatHat system because 24” is a popular distance between grommets. With the FlatHat system, the MagMover MUST be the same width as the distance between the grommets.
10. What should I know about loading a ClikMagnet onto a 20” or 24” MagMover?
The ring of the ClikMagnet should be put around the smallest section of the head on the MagMover.
11. Why does the Multi-MagMover have 6 heads?
This tool allows for items with up to 6 attachment points to be hung from the ceiling. (E.g. long flexible signs or tulle and light, garlands etc.)
12. Why does the Multi-MagMover have a straight copper hook on one of the heads?
The corkscrew holds the ClikMagnet from falling while the copper take-down hook allows the released ClikMagnet to fall. Sometimes it is preferred to quickly tug on the ClikMagnets and to drop them.
13. Why is there a corkscrew on the MagMovers?
The corkscrew is used to remove the ClikMagnet from the metal
The corkscrew keeps the ClikMagnet from falling – to safely and easily retrieve the item that was hung.
14. When might the corkscrew not hold the retrieved ClikMagnet?
When the corkscrew is not fully inserted into the ring of the ClikMagnet.
15. What makes it easy to insert the corkscrew into the ring of the ClikMagnet?
Keeping the MagPole vertical holds the corkscrew parallel to the ceiling. This creates more “entry room”. The blunt end will also turn the ring to guide the corkscrew into the ring. It is the same theory as shooting a basketball into a hoop. There is a better chance of making two points when the ball is on a downward path from a position directly above the hoop.