Lifting magnets are used to lift, move or hold heavy ferromagnetic materials, such as iron, steel, and other ferrous metals. They are often used in industrial and construction settings to move heavy loads that are too difficult or dangerous to move by hand.
Lifting magnets work by using the magnetic force generated by an electromagnet to attract and hold onto ferrous materials.
There are several types of lifting magnets, including permanent magnets, which are made of a magnetic material that retains its magnetism over time, and electromagnets, which use an electric current to create a magnetic field. Some lifting magnets are designed to be attached to cranes or other lifting equipment, while others are handheld and operated manually.