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How to know if a permanent lifting magnet is safe

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Not all permanent lifting magnets are created equal. The Tecnomagnete MaxX range of lifting magnets features what is known as ‘neutral crown’ technology. This patented system ensures that the magnetic flux or energy is directed to where it is needed - the working face of the magnet.  

Permanent lifters that do not employ this technology can be dangerous as magnetic energy can be drawn away from the working face by, for example, a piece of steel touching the sides or top of the lifting magnet. Should this occur, the lifter is compromised and may lose its load.  

Users of permanent lifting magnets can test the effectiveness and safety of a magnet in the following way: With the magnet on steel plate and turned on, the top and sides of the magnet should have no attraction to a piece of steel placed on them.  

Tecnomagnete’s neutral crown technology provides the assurance of safest magnetic lifting under all conditions. The lifting magnet range includes eight models from 125 to 2000 kg lifting capacity and is stocked by Serpent and Dove .

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