Elevate Workshop Efficiency with the 3 Ton Chain Hoist
No. 6, Crane Industrial Park, Changyuan Town, Xinxiang City, Henan Province, China
Electromagnetic Overhead crane is developed from the bridge double-girder crane. The fuselage has a detachable electromagnetic chuck and a configured operating system to control the transportation and lifting of metal objects by the electromagnetic chuck. It is suitable for indoor or outdoor fixing, crossing, loading and unloading or transporting metal products and materials with permeability, such as steel ingots, structural steel, iron, scrap iron, scrap steel and other materials.
Electromagnetic overhead crane is an electric overhead crane with magnet to handle metal loads.It is designed and constructed to lift and move magnetic metal products and materials in your workshops, such as steel bars and steel plates. And it is commonly found in steel rolling lines, warehouses, material storage yards and workshops.
Crane Electromagnet can be divided into ordinary suction electromagnets and strong suction electromagnets according to different classifications. We will provide you with suitable products according to your needs.
Heavy lifting capacity and high work efficiency;
Suitable for special environments (high temperature, explosion-proof, etc.);
Long service life;
Easy to install and maintain;
Reasonable structure and strong rigidity;
Frequency conversion speed regulation;
Support cabin control and remote control;
It can be equipped with specific accessories such as lifting beam magnet or magnet chuck or grabbing bucket or C-shaped hook according to different purposes.
|Lifting capacity(t)||5t ~32t|
|Power supply||380V, 50Hz, AC, 3-Phase our Customized|
|Control method||Cabin Control/ Radio remote control/ Pendent line control|
|Main electric parts brand||Schneider/ ABB|
|Level of protection||IP55|
|Isolation grade||Class F|
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