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Eriez SafeHold Magnet APL-150 900 Pound Capacity Crane Magnet

Permanent magnets that lift, move or position steel with no manual operator intervention.


Operator is not required to manually release the magnet. No power supply is needed. Ideal for loading and unloading steel sheets from burning tables or anywhere the operator has limited access.


900 lbs Lift Capacity with 2:1 Safety Factor

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $2,971.00

Special Price $2,822.45

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Lift, move or position in less time, efficiently and economically, without having to manually release the magnet. SafeHold® Lifting Magnets make quick work of difficult, time-consuming steel handling.

 

Eriez’ new SafeHold® APL Series Permanent Lifting Magnets can lift and transfer steel and iron without slings, hooks or cables – and, without marring the surface. They require fewer operators and helpers, and when properly installed and operated, provide greater safety than many other mechanical material-handling devices. The SafeHold APL Series is ideal for loading and unloading steel sheets from burning tables or anywhere that limits operator access. They can be used singly or in multiples on a spreader beam.

 

Features

SafeHold APL Series permanent magnets turn off and on automatically to provide smoothoperation for hundreds of lifting-positioning applications.

• No manual-magnet activation required

• No electricity needed, so power failures don’t interrupt operation

• Continuous magnet power until magnet is turned off

• No costly D.C. power supply

• No batteries to recharge or replace

• Designed for flat materials only

 

Product Specifications

Model
Lifting Capacity
APL-150
900 lbs.
APL-152
1,650 lbs.
APL-154
3,600 lbs.
APL-156
5,800 lbs
Additional Info
Additional Info
Weight 167.0000
Freight Status Call 1-800-509-6131 for Freight Quote.
Manufacturer Eriez
Manufacturer Part Number No
Maximum Rated Plate Steel Load 900 lbs.
Maximum Rated Round Steel Load N/A
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