Heavy Duty Magnetic Hanging Brackets

Heavy Duty Magnetic Hanging Brackets

Renowned bracket manufacturers Swift Metal Services Pty Ltd have expanded their range of brackets and hooks with, the introduction of a heavy-duty relocatable, magnetic hanging brackets for cables, hoses and pneumatic lines.

The beauty of Swift Heavy-Duty Hooks is that they are magnetic. This means they can be relocated easily, to ensure that power leads and pneumatic hoses are supported exactly when and where necessary.

Swift Heavy-Duty Brackets can be utilized to improve safety across a broad range of industrial, commercial and underground sites, including aboveground and underground mines, infrastructure tunnels and multi-story buildings.
Produced in Australia, Swift Magnetic Hanger Brackets are also ideal in manufacturing applications where large projects or machinery necessitates the use of long leads or hoses, during construction. Swift Hooks can be used to keep power leads, out harms way when using any power tools such as angle grinders and circular saws.

These relocatable hangers, profiled brackets and hooks build on the extensive range of brackets, custom supports and parts produced by Swift Metal Services Pty Ltd, in variety of materials including mild steel, stainless steels, aluminium and zinc plate.

For further information contact;

Swift Metal Services Pty Ltd
Ph: 1800 626 525
Fax: 1300 799 373

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