NL-B Permanent Lifting Magents
We manufacture permanent lifting magnets in
two types of NL-B and NL-B(2), each type in five capacities: 330
lbs, 660 lbs, 1,320 lbs, 2,200 lbs and 4,400 lbs. Started on
January 1, 2016, we extended our previous limited 5-year warranty to
limited lifetime warranty to add peace of mind when purchasing
Armstrong's NL-B lifting magnets. We also provide
recertification to examine the
working condition of your used equipment.
The only differece between NL-B and NL-B(2)
is the hoist rings shown below. Each magnetic lifter has its
model number and Armstrong Magnetics' logo casted on its end plates.
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NL-B lifting magnets
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NL-B(2) lifting magnets
3-generations of continued improvement, Armstrong
lifting magnets are designed and made for powerful lifting and safe
use to avoid their common
vulnerable parts being damaged. These compact lift magnets are used for holding,
carrying and releasing round or flat ferrous parts without any electrical power supply.
Safe and easy operation:
The solid handle controls an inner magnetic system for safe and easy
operation. When the handle is in the "off" position the Lift magnet
has almost no magnetic pull. After you press a button on the
top of the handle and turn it to the "on" position, the lift
magnet will have attracting pull to a steel load. For more safety,
the handle has been locked at this position by a "Lock Pin" and the
lift magnet will keep full magnetic pull until you manually slide
back the Lock Pin and turn the handle back to the "off" position.
Compact yet powerful:
Thanks to Neodymium magnet and special magnetic design, the Lift
Magnets have small size and light weight compared to the powerful lift capacity.
Constant and stable magnetic power:
The Lift Magnets have high resistance to demagnetization and is
shielded from outside magnetic interference with mild steel
case. The lifting value will keep constant and stable.
Safer than our competitors' lifting magnets by pretesting lifting
In some complicated situations it is difficult to estimate the
actual lifting value with enough safety coefficient and consequently
you are not sure if the lifting operation is safe or not, then you
can take the following steps to get a safer lifting operation.
1. Place the lifting magnet at the load.
2. Turn the handle counterclockwise to the vertical position.
3. Insert the tip of the screw driver shipped with the lifting
magnet into a small hole at the yellow cover to hold the handle in
4. Lift the lifting magnet and the load 2"-3" from the floor.
5. If the load can be lifted, place the load back onto the floor.
6. Take off the screw driver and turn the handle to ON position.
The handle is locked by the slide pin.
7. Lift the load again. This time the safety coefficient is 2 at least.