Magnetic Lifter features external battery charger.

Press Release Summary:

Permanent-electro battery operated lifter, BEELiFT, comes in standard sizes of 500, 1,000, and 2,000 lb. In addition to auto-on function for remote operation, features include pushbutton technology, anti-demag while under load, Li-ion battery, external battery charger, low battery alarm, and tilt sensors. Built-in degaussing feature, also included, removes residual magnetism.

Original Press Release:

DocMagnet, a Leader in Magnetic Material Handling and Workholding, Launching their New Battery-Operated Lifting Magnet at IMTS 2014 in Chicago

DocMagnet, based in Raleigh North Carolina, will debut their NEW permanent-electro battery operated Lifter at IMTS 2014 this September.  The BEELiFT is a brand new product which comes in standard sizes of 500 lbs., 1000 lbs., and 2000 lbs. units.

Each BEELiFT will have the following features: push button technology, anti-demag while under load, a lithium-ion battery, external battery charger, low battery alarm, tilt sensors, and an auto-on function for remote operation. There is also a built-in degaussing feature for removing more residual magnetism that standard lifters may leave behind.

Ed Kroliczak, head of Sales & Marketing cannot wait to unveil this new product and states that “having an external battery charger means the unit is never out of production.  The customer does not need to plug the unit in overnight to charge the battery!”

DocMagnet designs and manufactures engineered magnetic products for all walks of the manufacturing industry from the tool and die shops to the production environments.  They are constantly striving to educate, develop and advance the market beyond the limits of the imagination as well as inspire the current and next generation of engineers to view magnets as a viable solution for meeting their manufacturing needs.

IMTS is being held September 8th-13th at McCormick place, DocMagnet will be located in the west hall booth #1356, where they promise to have some interesting items on display and demonstrations on the use of their products..

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