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Holding magnet for diver 198x160x32 / N

Holding magnet for diver 198x160x32 / NHolding magnet for diver 198x160x32 / N€783.00

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Performance parameters

Manufacturer

Enes Magnesy

Length

198 [mm]

Width

160 [mm]

Height

32 [mm]

overall height together with eye

77 [mm]

Magnet type

Neodymium

Maximal hoisting capacity

500 [kg]

Maximum working temperature

≤ 80 [°C]

Housing

stainless steel, AISI 304 / EN 1.4301, approved for contact with food

Waterproof

class IP67

with easier detachment

yes

handling mode

ręczny

With the eye

yes

Weight

9.35 [kg]

The maximum slide force: above the 105 [kG].
The maximum allowed pull force by perpendicular acting of detaching force: approx. 500 [kG].

Holding magnets for divers are used for suspension loads on steel vertical walls e.g. ship's boards.
By dint of the hermetically closed in a housing made of acid-proof steel the holding magnet is seawater-proof. The 165 mm long side-lever (handle) make the separation from attracted steel element easy.

In the holding magnet sintered neodymium magnets (NdFeB) were used. The maximal working temperature for holding magnets involving neodymium magnets is 80oC.

The pull force given refers to hoisting capacity measured in optimal conditions, by using as a backing plate a sheet made of low-carbon steel, 30 [mm] thick, of smooth surface and with the force acting perpendicularly, in room temperature.

Notice: the pull force given should be treated as only a comparative value. An actual pull force depends on the following factors:

  • air gap (a distance) between holding magnet and an attracted element
  • material, of which an attracted element is made (the higher carbon proportion in steel, the smaller pull force)
  • surface of an attracted element (the smoother the surface, bigger the pull force)
  • direction of acting of detaching force (the biggest pull force is obtained with perpendicular acting of detaching force)
  • thickness of an attracted element (the element cannot be too thin, because in such case part of magnetic flux is not used for closing of a magnetic circuit)
  • working temperature.

We generally recommend individual checking of the holding magnet in any specific working conditions.

Weight of the holding magnet: ~9,4 [kg]

The maximum slide force: above the 105 [kG].
The maximum allowed pull force by perpendicular acting of detaching force: approx. 500 [kG].

Holding magnets for divers are used for suspension loads on steel vertical walls e.g. ship's boards.
By dint of the hermetically closed in a housing made of acid-proof steel the holding magnet is seawater-proof. The 165 mm long side-lever (handle) make the separation from attracted steel element easy.

In the holding magnet sintered neodymium magnets (NdFeB) were used. The maximal working temperature for holding magnets involving neodymium magnets is 80oC.

The pull force given refers to hoisting capacity measured in optimal conditions, by using as a backing plate a sheet made of low-carbon steel, 30 [mm] thick, of smooth surface and with the force acting perpendicularly, in room temperature.

Notice: the pull force given should be treated as only a comparative value. An actual pull force depends on the following factors:

  • air gap (a distance) between holding magnet and an attracted element
  • material, of which an attracted element is made (the higher carbon proportion in steel, the smaller pull force)
  • surface of an attracted element (the smoother the surface, bigger the pull force)
  • direction of acting of detaching force (the biggest pull force is obtained with perpendicular acting of detaching force)
  • thickness of an attracted element (the element cannot be too thin, because in such case part of magnetic flux is not used for closing of a magnetic circuit)
  • working temperature.

We generally recommend individual checking of the holding magnet in any specific working conditions.

Weight of the holding magnet: ~9,4 [kg]

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