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Heavy Duty Neodymium Lifting Magnet

Master Magnetics' introduced an addition to its family of neodymium lifting magnets with a new, stronger capacity model. The newest addition has a lifting rating of 4,400 lbs. on flat material.

"Master Magnetics' line of Heavy Duty Lifting Magnets are a unique tool to help manufacturing engineers and managers increase operational performance while improving worker safety," said a company spokesperson. "s provide extraordinary strength in a compact size, ensuring safety and speed for lifting heavy loads. Designed to lift both flat and round ferrous metal items, they are ideal for handling steel plates, forgings, die castings and similar items in machine shops, warehouses and industrial processing plants."

Easily operated and lightweight, lifting magnets help turn the job of material handling into an efficient, easily harnessed task. They eliminate the need for clamps or slings, allowing one person to do the work of two or more.

Heavy Duty Lifting Magnets are permanently magnetized, and do not require electricity to operate. Safely load and unload workpieces confidently, with the simple on/off lever and locking mechanism.

Now available in five models with flat lift ratings of 220, 660, 1,320, 2,200 and 4,400 lbs., the Heavy Duty Lifting Magnets have small footprints ranging from 2.5" x 3.625" to 8.875" x 14.88". Higher lift rating models are available as special orders.

"Virtually maintenance free, the self-contained unit only requires a basic wiping down and storage in a dry environment to keep the magnetic lifter operational," said a company spokesperson.

For more information contact:

Master Magnetics, Inc.

747 South Gilbert St.

Castle Rock, CO 80104


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