They are divided into different categories that are capable enough to lift any kind of load in easy and secure way. Choosing the best one is an important decision to make.
NL-B Permanet Lifting Magnets They are the most vital type of lifting magnets used for holding, transferring and releasing round or flat ferrous parts without any electrical power supply. It is possible by rotating its handle from the off positions to on.
It has lifting capacities of 330 lbs up to 4,400 lbs. You can choose the latest model of such lifting magnets from the available series that include NL-B, NL-B (2) and NL-BV with difference in hoist rings to meet clients' application needs.
Magnetic Plate Lifter PL Magnetic Plate Lifters You can also choose the latest and more powerful lifting magnets - PL Magnetic Plate Metal Lifter – that are handy and reliable to operate. There is no chance to leave scratches on the workload surface.
They are the most demanding and ideal type of lift thin and thick plate metals with easy release mechanisms. They come with the capacity of lifting 660 lbs up to 1,320 lbs and with the capability of effortless releasing exceedingly thin plates.
Magnetic Sheet Handler or Magnetic Gripper When it comes to light manual lifting operations with maximum rated lifting capacity of 150 lbs, they are the most vital type of lifting magnets that are handy and easy to operate.
Magnetic Bulk Parts Lifter If you are looking for something to pick up or transfer like metal shavings, nails, screws, sheet metal, Frankford Arsenal Tumbler Pins or anything else in the same category, choosing Magnetic Bulk Parts Lifter is the right way.
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