Permanent Lifting Magnet
Suitable for Flat Steel Material and Round Steel Bar
Manufacturer: Yale (Germany)
Capacities For Flat Material: 100 kg, 300 kg, 500 kg, 800 kg, 1000 kg and 2000 kg Swl
Capacities For Round Bar: 50 kg, 150 kg, 250 kg, 400 kg, 500 kg and 1000 kg Swl
Designed and manufactured for easy, quick and economical transport of heavy objects made of ferro-magnetic material. The load is not affected mechanically which allows lifting of flat as well as round material.
The permanent magnets do not require electric energy and will leave only minor residual magnetism on the material after use.
A suitable addition to any steel fabrication workshop or manufacturing environments were lifting and handling of steel materials is present.
Our range of Yale TPM lifting magnet offers the user a high-powered magnetic lifting device to lift and handle steel objects that have no connection point and would otherwise be difficult to maneuver.
Maximum lifting capacity is achieved by using mild steels with the noted minimum thickness, full details can viewed within the product data sheets.
Mild steel st37 - Fe 360 to BS EN 10 025 1990 (DIN 17100)
Factors That Reduce the Magnetic Force of the TPM Lifting Magent
Air Gap: High magnetic forces created by the TPM allow the magnet to clamp components through the air gap, however, air gaps will reduce the magnetic performance as they provide a barrier between the contact surfaces. Air gaps occur in a number of different ways such as paint, dust and heavy mill scale.
Poorly machined surfaces also constitute an air gap. Please down rate the magnet capacity in accordance with the adhesive force/air gap diagram below.
Material Thickness: If the TPM is used to lift plates thinner than the recommended minimum thickness, the clamping forces will be significantly reduced. Performance curves can be identified in conjunction with the adhesive force/flat thickness.
Contact Area: Full lifting capacity can only be achieved when the magnet has full contact area with the component being lifted. If the contact surface has holes in or is uneven then the performance will be affected accordingly. Always carry out a trial lift in these circumstances to establish correct lifting before transporting the load.
Material Type: Certain materials have different abilities to carry magnetism. For materials other than mild steel a reduction factor must be applied in order to calculate the effective clamping force.
Ferrous alloy steels 0.8
High carbon steels 0.7
Cast iron 0.55
Examples of reduced WLL :
Mild steel 500g
Cast iron 500kg x 0.55 = 275kgs
How much does delivery cost?
There are three parcel sizes: small, medium and large. Prices, based on location, for each parcel size are as shown below.
Small: 0 to 20 kg
Medium: 20 kg to 40 kg
Large: 40 kg +
There is only one parcel charge per order.
Your delivery charge is calculated during checkout.
Collect From Hoist & Winch Limited - Redditch
Export orders outside of UK mainland your carriage cost will be quoted separately after order placement. For very large order sizes, we reserve the right to re-quote the delivery charge before acceptance and shipment of your order.
When will I receive my order?
We will make contact with you to arrange a delivery time upon receipt of your order either by telephone or email; we will endeavour to deliver at the agreed time however, we cannot guarantee delivery dates and times as these may be affected by circumstances outside our control.
We will do our best to contact you if we are forewarned of delays.
Stock items should normally be delivered within 5 working days from date of order placement, but it may often be sooner. For non-UK-Mainland orders, delivery time may be longer. For items currently out of stock delivery will usually be within 28 days.
Will all of my goods be sent at the same time?
We will pick all your items together and ship your order at the same time. However, depending upon the size of the order we may ship the order in more than one package. Consequently you may not receive all of the goods/packages at the same time. If you order an item which is marked 'pre-order' we will not usually dispatch your order until your whole order is ready. Please let us know if you'd like part of your order dispatching sooner, and we will of course be happy to help.
When do you normally attempt deliveries?
Small and medium parcels are usually sent by Courier. Large parcels are sent by a Pallet network courier, who deliver Monday to Friday, typically between 8:00am and 5:30pm.
Gaining Access to Delivery Address
If we are unable to gain access to the agreed delivery address we will return the goods to our warehouse and make contact with you to re-arrange delivery. Unfortunately in these circumstances we may have to charge you a further delivery fee
How do I track my delivery's progress?
Please contact our sales team on [email protected]
Where will my order will be delivered?
Delivery will be made to the address of the registered debit/card holder used to place the order. Alternatively, an alternative delivery address can be agreed post order, please contact via email: [email protected]
Suitable means of unloading heavy loads must be provided by the customer upon