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Posted on May 17, 2016
A good permanent lifting magnet should work well for many years when it is always used in accordance with its operational
manual. Armstrong Magnetics provides a
Limited Lifetime Warranty (10 years) for all models of NL-B and NL-B(2) lifting magnets
Any operation manual issued by all lifting magnet manufacturers should strongly warn operators not to have the lifting magnets to collide with heavy obstacles while they are in motion. Collisions could damage vulnerable parts of permanent lifting magnets.
But which parts are easily damaged in collisions? And what type of these easily damaged parts can survive in a collision?
|The T shape knob of the Safety Latch is floating above the top of the main body. The welding connections of the knob could be destructed in a collision.|
|The level part of the L shape knob of the Safety Latch is lowered into the slot at the top of the main body and therefore the two sides of the slot can protect the knob in case of collisions.|
|The hollow handle would be easily deformed result from a collision and then the bar inside the tube could not slide and consequently its safety latch could not lock the handle at ON position.|
|The handle is a solid steel bar. It is sturdy and would not be easily deformed in collisions.|