Electro Permanent LIFTING Magnets
Lifting of Slabs and Billets
High-performance electro permanent magnet modules for large air gaps.
Welded Beam in construction Steel with electro permanent magnetic modules elastically suspended for perfect adaptation to the material.
For loading and unloading ships, railway wagons, use in steel mills, etc.
Control via the integrated digital push buttons or with the standard supplied radio remote control.
Dimensions on request.
ELECTRO PERMANENT MAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY
The electric current is only used to invert the magnetic field, while the effective force is generated by permanent magnets. In the event of a power failure, the magnetic force remains permanently present = 100% safe
Lifting is done in 2 phases, whereby the workpiece is first lifted at a lower preset force, immediately followed by FULLMAG (100% of the total force)
SPC-SYSTEM (SYSTEM PERFORMANCE CHECK)
The electronic system continuously monitors the proper functioning of the magnet. Any abnormal situation is reported immediately and indicated by an error code on the help screen. In this way, errors can be immediately analysed and resolved.
SAFETY FACTOR 3:1
To lift safely, a possible air gap between the contact surface of the magnet, and the steel to be lifted, must be considered. That is why all our magnets are designed with a minimum safety factor of 3: 1 measured at an air gap of 0.4 mm.
2 BUTTON OPERATION
To start the demagnetization cycle, 2 buttons (SAFE + DEMAG) must be pressed consecutively on the remote control.
The status of the magnet is visually indicated by a clear LED lamp block. The load may only be moved when the green lamp lights up continuously!
An inductive proximity switch and associated cam, mounted on the harp shackle of the hoisting chain, prevents accidental demagnetizing in the air.
RADIO REMOTE CONTROL
The magnet is operated from a safe distance. The operator should not come in the immediate vicinity of the load.
With clear safety instructions for the user regarding:
– Maximum weight of the load in function of material thickness
– Maximum wing in function of the deflection of the material.