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Advantages of Magnetic Plate Lifter PL-660A Over Other Lifting Magnets
The major improvements PL-660B has over PL-550...

Operate the Powerful Mini Auto ON/OFF Lifting Magnets
This chart explains the operational actions to the Auto ON/OFF Lifting Magnet resulting in various functions and status of the magnet....

Functions of Powerful Mini Auto ON/OFF Lifting Magnets
In order to provide more details to the Auto ON/OFF lifting magnets, we would like to introduce some of their functions that our customer might be interested in...

Powerful yet Extremely Small Auto ON/OFF Lifting Magnets
This automatic ON/OFF lifting magnet is powerful, small in size and weight, efficient, and can work remotely in places you cannot reach or go...

Consequences of Residual Magnetism in Lifting Magnets
When residual magnetism exists at the OFF positions, surrounding debris/chips/particles can easily attract to the lifting magnet pole faces...

How do Permanent Lifting Magnets Work?
At its ON position, a closed magnetic loop should have magnetic flux flowing from North pole to South pole and concentrating at the magnetic lifter pole faces at the bottom to effectively attract any ferromagnetic material...

Visualize Magnetic Field on Samarium Cobalt Magnets
When the viewer is placed on a DC magnetic field of rare-earth Samarium Cobalt magnets, the enclosed particles would align in the same directions as the flux lines coming from the magnet source...

Number of Lifting Magnets Poles
In general, the more poles of lifting magnets faces, the shallower the magnetic fields....

Measuring Magnetic Field Strength of Neodymium Magnets Using a Gaussmeter
Neodymium magnets are the strongest available magnet material with remanence (Br) between 10.5 and 14.8 kilo-Gauss. So how do you verify these values?...

Larger or More Lifting Magnets for Greater Strength?
We take into consideration of the loads weight, shape and size and suggest the fewest amount magnets with highest efficiency...

Can I Ship Neodymium Magnets by Air?
When air shipment is required, magnets delivery must follow the International Air Transport Association’s Dangerous Goods Regulations Packing Guideline 953...

How Does Heat Affect Neodymium Magnets?
When the magnets are exposed to heat, the balance between temperature and magnet atoms are disturbed affecting their magnetic properties...

Determine the Most Suitable Lifting Magnets Model
There are a few factors that can de-rate lifting magnets maximum rated holding powers...

How to Store Neodymium Magnets?
Neodymium magnets have special properties and require specific storage environment to avoid losing their magnetic strength, being irreversibly damaged or cause hazards to their surroundings...

Lifting Magnets System for Large Range of Load Sizes and Shapes
To meet certain lifting demands, additional permanent lifting magnets may be added on with spreader bean, instead of purchasing another magnetic lifter with greater maximum lifting capacity...

What Types of Metals are Attracted to Neodymium Magnets?
The most commonly used metals to be attracted by magnets or magnetic devices are ferrous metals which contain iron and iron alloys...

Lifting Magnets with Partial Magnet Face Contact
Permanent magnetic lifters can be used but their rated lifting strength would be derated depending on the actual contact area...

Stiffness of Loads Needs to be Considered When Selecting Lifting Magnets
When the overhanging sections of loads bend, the loads’ contacting section would then no longer be perpendicular to the faces of the magnets and lead to a peeling effect quickly separating the loads from the magnetic lifting devices...



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