Advantages of tecnomagnete lifting magnets

22-05-2014

In the past, electromagnets used for heavy steel lifting applications have required large amounts of energy to operate.

Also, large battery back-up systems were needed to retain the load if a power outage occurred during a lift.

These back-up systems were cumbersome, heavy, occupied valuable space, and were another item requiring maintenance and attention.

Now permanent-electro magnets, with no need for battery back-ups, are replacing older lifting magnet systems.

Permanent-electro lifting magnets rely on electric power only momentarily to energise or de-energise permanent magnet cores.

The lifting and load-carrying is done by permanent magnets which support a load indefinitely until intentional de-energising of the permanent magnets. The de-energise action can only occur after the load is at rest.

Distributed in Australia and NZ by Serpent & Dove – Applied Magnetics Pty Ltd, tecnomagnete lifting magnets are available to suit steel plates, slabs, billets, tubes and coils.

 

Serpent & Dove Pty Ltd

Ph: 02 9971 7577

www.serpent-dove.com

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