Industrial strength magnets are used on a variety of applications across several industries. A company may need to transfer loads to shot blast tables, they may need to lift specially shaped loads, or may simply need to lift plates of various sizes. Each application has its own strategy to best match the task.
This application is required to lift and transfer plates, flat or round bars, and angles onto a shot blast table. A shot blast table is where metal is cleaned, strengthened, or polished. Shot blasting is used in almost every industry that uses metal such as the automotive, construction, shipbuilding, and railroad industries. The bars and angles are placed on the shot blast table in the same orientation in which they will be shot blasted. Most of the lifts are on flat plates and flat bars, with the occasional angles and round bars. This is handled by adding auxiliary poles to industrial-strength magnets. Auxiliary poles are interchangeable on magnets to match different loads. The magnets are engaged while handling the angles or round bars and provide the proper spacing and magnet face contact to ensure a safe lift.
When lifting coils of steel strips, electro lift magnets are utilized. The coils come in different inner and outer diameters, all with three banding straps. The operator will select rectangular lift magnets with a length decided by the smallest inner diameter and the largest outer diameter of the coil range. These industrial strength magnets hang over the load. There may be a varying number of magnets used, which is determined by the space between the three banding straps. If a magnet rests on a single band, the lift capacity is inhibited, as the magnet face will not have proper contact with the load.
Lifting plates are positioned in unstacking locations in different arrangements, depending on their length and width. When more than one stack is on a skid, only one stack can be unpiled at a time. For this application, several small magnets are the best choice, rather than fewer, larger magnets. The industrial strength lifting magnets can either be electromagnetic or permanent, and they are arranged into banks so the magnets come in direct contact with the plates. For magnets with electrical controls, all or different variations of the magnets can be energized to lift a single plate at a time.
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Regardless of the type of magnet your business needs, Permadur Industries is here to help. Our staff can work with you to determine the best solution for your particular needs. We will help educate and train your staff on the differences in the application and use of our equipment correctly, effectively, and safely.
Our team of engineers can design and install our systems based on the specific needs of your company’s unique application. This process ensures that the product you purchase is designed specifically for your needs. We make sure you understand all the characteristics of our lifting equipment before you ever “flip the switch” and that our equipment is properly integrated into your work environment.
We are an American manufacturer of below-the-hook lifting equipment that specializes in permanent lifting magnets. We offer magnets in bipolar, tripolar, and five polar orientations enabling us to tailor the design of the magnet system to your specific lifting needs. We are also here to support your needs year after year with maintenance after installation support. Contact us for more information.