4000kgs Round Solenoid Lifting Electromagnet for Industrial 275*110mm

/4000kgs Round Solenoid Lifting Electromagnet for Industrial 275*110mm
  • 4000kgs Round Solenoid Lifting Electromagnet for Industrial 275 110mm
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    4000kgs Round Solenoid Lifting Electromagnet for Industrial 275*110mm Feature:
    – Big holding force to 4000KGS
    – Holding when power on and release when power off
    – Electroplating anti-corrosive
    – Epoxy filled Waterproof IP65
    – Side and bottom outlet for leadwire,wide application
    – 20 years of design and produce experience
    – OEM/ODM is welcomed

    Product Name
    Holding Electromagnet
    Rated Voltage (V)
    24V dc
    Product Size(mm)
    Ø275 x H110 mm
    Work Model
    Holding Type
    Rated Power(W)
    140 W
    Service Life
    >500,000 Times
    Holding Force (KG)
    > 4000 KG
    Thread Size(mm)
    M24 x H48 mm
    Install Style
    By Screw
    Thickness of contact plate
    50 mm
    38000 g
    Hi-Pot Test
    AC 600V / 2S
    Residual Magnetism(KG)
    < 400
    Insulation Class
    Class B
    Working Temperature
    Lead Wire Length(mm)
    200-650mm or Customized
    Duty Cycle
    Sample Order
    Max. Power on time(S)
    No Limited
    10 pcs
    Reset Time(s)
    Delivery Time
    3-7 Days
    Payment Term
    Port of Loading
    3 Year

    1.Holding type, round shape, mini size, IP65 waterproof, DC solenoid electromagnet.
    2.The electromagnet need to be energised to develop suction force, widely used for holding of ferromagnetic workpieces during machining or assembly, safety mechanisms, selector devices in textiles machinery, door latching holdback devices and etc.
    3.Energised-on-holding, and release deenergised. We also offer an optional spring loaded ejector pin to overcome residual magnetism, as well as optional armature plates as a magnetic counterpart for optimum performance.
    4.Also offer custom shape and energise to release circular electromagnet.

    How is an electromagnet made?
    You can make a simple electromagnet yourself using materials you probably have sitting around the house. A conductive wire, usually insulated copper, is wound around a metal rod. The wire will get hot to the touch, which is why insulation is important. The rod on which the wire is wrapped is called a solenoid, and the resulting magnetic field radiates away from this point. The strength of the magnet is directly related to the number of times the wire coils around the rod. For a stronger magnetic field, the wire should be more tightly wrapped. 12V DC 1.5T Big Electrical Holding Magnet 180*63mm

    What is an electromagnet and how does it work?
    Electromagnets create a magnetic field through the application of electricity. When you introduce the current, either from a battery or another source of electricity, it flows through the wire. This creates a magnetic field around the coiled wire, magnetizing the metal as if it were a permanent magnet. Electromagnets are useful because you can turn the magnet on and off by completing or interrupting the circuit, respectively.

    What about solenoids?

    A solenoid, you remember, is another form of electromagnet. It’s an electromagnetic tube generally used to move a piece of metal linearly. Find a drinking straw or an old pen (remove the ink tube). Also find a small nail (or a straightened paper clip) that will slide inside the tube easily. Wrap 100 turns of wire around the tube. Place the nail or paper clip at one end of the coil and then connect the coil to the battery. Notice how the nail moves? Solenoids are used in all sorts of places, especially locks. If your car has power locks, they may operate using a solenoid. Another common thing to do with a solenoid is to replace the nail with a thin, cylindrical permanent magnet. Then you can move the magnet in and out by changing the direction of the magnetic field in the solenoid. (Please be careful if you try placing a magnet in your solenoid, as the magnet can shoot out.)

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