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CER Series – Electromagnetic Lift Magnets

A CER magnet, pound for pound, is the least costly, but most powerful magnet available. Due to the deep penetration of the magnetic field, it is less susceptible to adverse surface conditions than any other self-contained magnet.

CER magnets are ideally suited for in-plant handling of steel plate, flat stock, castings, forgings, or machined components in all types of industrial plants, machine shops, fabricating shops and steel warehouses. Handling of loose parts such as nuts and bolts is also a popular application for the CER-16 and CER-20.

Uses:

  • In-plant handling of steel plate, flat stock, castings, forgings, or machined components in all types of industrial plants, machine shops, and steel warehouses.
  • Handling of loose parts, such as nuts or bolts
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Description

Features:

  • High strength steel ball
  • Recessed “On-Off-Release” switch is protected against accidental operation
  • Low-carbon steel body for maximum magnetic performance
  • Heavy-duty, fully moisture-protected coils; 50% duty cycle
  • Operating light indicates “ON” condition of magnet
  • Built-in solid state rectifier permits operation from 115 volt AC outlet
  • Coiled cord and twist lock adapter for quick connection to AC supply
  • Mating twist lock receptacle provided for your installation convenience

 

Specifications

ModelPower Required at 115/1/60 WattsNet Weight DiameterHeight To Hook Performance Rating on AISI 1020 Steel
CER-592225.125”9.75”0 - 600 lbs.
CER-7135416.75”11.25”0 - 1,200 lbs.
CER-9208909”11.75”0 - 2,400 lbs.
CER-1242014012”13.625”0 - 4,000 lbs.
CER-1649534016”14.5”0 - 7,250 lbs.
CER-20105057520”15”0 - 10,500 lbs.

The maximum rated lift capacity is based upon lifting clean, smooth, flat, low-carbon steel plate of ample thickness with the full area of the magnet’s lifting surface in contact with the load. De-rating is required for plates with rust or scale, thin plates, and alloy steels. More detailed ratings are contained in the operators manual and safety instructions