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TILTING MAGNETS GO FROM VERTICAL TO HORIZONTAL

07-03-2017
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Tecnomagnete’s TB tilting magnets are ideal for handling vertical or horizontal steel plate.

Why do the magnets tilt? So that a vertical plate can be lifted and then transferred to the horizontal (and vice versa).

Typical applications include retrieval of plates from vertical rack storage and transfer to a flat cutting table, or lifting of a flat plate into a vertical orientation.

Using Tecnomagnete’s unique permanent-electro lifting modules in a tilting arrangement, plates as long as 12 metres and weighing up to 10 tonnes can be handled.

Unlike other electromagnet systems that soak up large amounts of energy during the lifting cycle, permanent-electro systems use power only momentarily for activate and de-activate tasks. Systems can be supplied with wireless remote control that can be worn on a belt.

All Tecnomagnete systems are available in Australia and the Pacific region from Serpent & Dove - Applied Magnetics.

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

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