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Lifting Magnet, 1100 lb Cap, 7-3/4 In OAL

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Price: $793.50 / each

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  • Item # 1PAZ1
  • Mfr. Model # RPL-11
  • UNSPSC # 27112109
  • Catalog Page # 1444
  • Shipping Weight 21.81 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemLifting Magnet
  • Magnet ActivationLocking On/Off Handle
  • Magnet MaterialNeodymium
  • Max. Rated Flat Capacity1100 lb.
  • Max. Rated Round Capacity550 lb.
  • Overall Height7-3/32"
  • Overall Length7-3/4"
  • Overall Width3-5/8"
  • Magnet Height3-9/16"
  • Magnet Width3-5/8"
  • Magnet Length6-3/8"
  • Handle Length7-1/2"
  • Bail Opening Height3-17/32"
  • Bail Opening Width1-13/16"
  • Max. Heat Resistant Temp.175 Degrees F
  • StandardsASME B30.20
  • FootnotesMax. Rated Capacities Based On Clean, Polished Steel and Dependant on Material Thickness and Size, Max. Temp Not to Exceed 175 Contact Supplier For Higher Temp Applications
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SafeHold® Manual On/Off
Permanent, 2-pole magnets lift round and flat materials without electricity. Include hook bale.
Lifting Magnets
Safely lift and transfer steel and iron without slings, hooks, or cables. Use singly or in series with a spreader beam. Capacity is lower on thinner materials. Paint, coatings, scale, or other materials on the contact surface may significantly reduce holding power.
Conform to ASME B30.20.

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I am moving 1/2" plate steel in 4'x10' sheets. Trying to determine if this magnet has the capacity.
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Yes this has a max lift for flat at 1100 lbs. 4X8 sheets is no problem.

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Needing to lift 4' X 8' sheets of carbon and stainless steel.
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The load rating was established using a plate thickness of 1".
Thin sheets, irregular shapes, rough surfaces and scale will all affect the ultimate lift capacity of this item.
If you have further questions please contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER to determine if this item will be suitable for your needs.

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