The Pneumatic Magnet Lifter are compact, easy to transport & ensures a strong grip on any equipment. We offer added safety features that we explain more below to make sure your personnel are at no risk of injury & your equipment at no risk of damage.
We’ve broken down the most important points of using magnet lifters in any industry to get you started today
Magnet strength. Make sure when choosing a magnet lifter that you pick one with a magnet strength sufficient for your lifting needs.
Weight. The weight of the magnet lifter is important when transporting it to different work sites or sections of the workplace. If you require little portability, then a heavier magnet lifter is fine.
Safe working load. When using a magnet lifter (or any heavy lifting equipment) you should never exceed the safe working load of the equipment to prevent injury or damage to the equipment.
Check it. You should visually inspect your magnet lifter before you begin using it to check for signs of damage.
Clean surfaces. Make sure the surface of the item you’re lifting and the magnet lifter are clean, dry and free of oils, etc.
Specifications of this product
Rated Lifting Strength (Kgf)
Vertical/Cylindrical Lifting Strength (Kgf)
Max Pull-off Strength (Kgf)
Operation Temperature °C
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