It’s extremely compact nature makes it simple to carry around and use, while its handle operation requires no power and can keep loads in place for as long as you need. It rivals other permanent lifting magnets like the Eclipse Ultralift LM.
The decision to use a magnet lifter like the Yale TMP 0.1 will be influenced by a number of factors. If you need to move metal sheets or cylinders of relatively small sizes in an efficient, cost-effective way, then it is ideal for the job.
It is also much more affordable than an equivalent battery powered lifting magnet. While it cannot match its powered cousins in terms of safe working load, it can step in for jobs where a higher capacity is not necessary.
As already discussed, this small scale piece of equipment should only be used with sheet metal and curved cylinders that sit within the weight limits set by the manufacturer. When working with magnetic lifters like the Yale TPM 0.1, you also need to consider other factors which could impact safety, such as the temperature of the materials you are shifting.
This model is not equipped to cope with newly produced metals which have yet to cool completely, but thankfully there are alternatives like the Tractel Magfor II HT which are safe to use with loads of up to 250 degrees Celsius.
Another thing to think about when picking this type of lifting gear is that the magnetic field produced by the TPM 0.1 and its counterparts will actually impact the metal with which it makes contact. The good news is that because this is a small, unpowered model, it will not turn steel plates, beams and poles into magnetised objects themselves. A residual magnetic influence will remain, but it will not be enough to cause problems further along the production line.
Speak to Lifting Gear Direct by calling 01384 76961 or visiting our contact page for other ways to get in touch. We can point you in the direction when it comes to picking permanent lifting magnets like the TPM 0.1 and its siblings, give you a quote for our products or talk through our other services, which include lifting equipment inspections.
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