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REMOTELY OPERATED LIFTING MAGNET FROM SERPENT & DOVE

20-10-2015
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The Magswitch E50CE permanent magnetic lifter provides strong grip even on thin or uneven steel and is rated for lifts up to 270kg WLL.

Weighing only 8.8kg this lifter provides a perfect answer for situations requiring remote on/off actuation of the lifter with the hand-held wireless device – or it can also be actuated using the on-board push buttons.

Available from Serpent & Dove, Applied Magnetics Pty Ltd, the magnetic lifter is a mere 330mm high x 102 wide and 235 deep.

Pole shoes may be easily replaced should they become damaged or worn.

 

Serpent & Dove

Ph: 02 99717577

www.serpent-dove.com

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