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1/13/2012

Magnets Lift Heavy Loads

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Neodymium lifting magnets from Master Magnetics are available in four models.

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Neodymium lifting magnets from Master Magnetics are designed to be strong but compact, ensuring safety and speed for lifting heavy loads. The magnets are suited for handling steel plates, forgings, die castings and similar flat and round ferrous metal items in machine shops, warehouses and industrial processing plants. Lifting magnets eliminate the need for slings or clamping devices, enabling one person to do the work of two or more, the company says. Four models are available in flat-piece lifting strengths of 220 lbs., 660 lbs., 1,300 lbs. and 2,200 lbs. 

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