SAFE AND EFFICIENT UNLOADING AND LOADING OF PROFILE CUTTING TABLES

02-05-2017

For many years Tecnomagnete of Italy has led the way in magnetic technology for loading and unloading cutting tables. With a multitude of installations worldwide, including Australia, experience and knowhow with permanent-electromagnetic lifting systems has resulted in a range of modular systems that can be adapted to any requirement.

Steel sheet as thin as 1.5mm and heavy plate up to 16 metres in length can be handled with ease. Sheet and plate stored in vertical racks can be retrieved and moved from vertical orientation to horizontal, and back from horizontal to vertical for storage.

The range includes lightweight systems such as the self-contained Easy-Lift for conventional 3 x 1.5 metre sheets to heavy-duty systems with telescopic beams. All feature wireless remote control and the safety and convenience of permanent-electro technology, which requires no cumbersome and expensive battery backup system.

Tecnomagnete’s Australian distributor is Serpent & Dove - Applied Magnetics.

Serpent & Dove - Applied Magnetics
02 9971 7577
www.serpent-dove.com

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