It weighs just 15.5kg and so is easily portable. There are a number of different models in the TPM range, with the most compact of the bunch being the TPM 0.1 with its 100kg load limit. Meanwhile the largest example we offer is the TPM 1.0 which can cope with weights of up to 1000kg.
Like our other permanent lifting magnets, this model from Yale comes with a handle mounted on the side to allow the orientation of its magnetic field to be altered on the fly. When the magnet is applied to a steel sheet or cylinder, it will cling on for as long as is required. It does not need any outside power to keep its grip, which makes it safe and convenient for lighter lifting duties. For magnetic lifting with a bit more grunt, our battery powered models will be a better choice.
The design of the TPM 0.3 includes a metal eye bolted onto the top of the casing which is designed to accommodate a hook from a separate hoist. This means it will need to be combined with existing lifting gear to work correctly. Our magnetic grabs are the best option for hand held lifting of metal sheets.
Clearly any equipment that is operated via a handle has the opportunity to create risks if that mechanical element is moved, knocked or displaced accidentally. To counteract this likelihood and keep loads stable and safe, the TPM 0.3 and all of its stable mates come with a locking system. The lever will remain engaged and the magnet will stay attached to the objects it is attracting until the operator makes a deliberate choice to change this.
From warehouses and factories to facilities that deal with scrap metal, this light weight unit will be an efficient and safe investment to help speed up lifting operations of all types.
If you are having trouble choosing between our magnet lifters, all you need to do is ask for assistance. You can do this when you call 01384 76961, or you have the option of emailing your query to us. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will get back to you as soon as possible.
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