The types of magnets that we can find in the industry differ in the functions performed by the electromagnets and are basically three:
Maneuvering electromagnets performing a linear movement on the central axis of the electromagnet, being able to operate any mechanical element of the machine.
Clamping electromagnets are devices that, when active, perform great power of magnetization with metallic materials, having infinite utilities in the industry either by positioning metallic parts, temporarily fixing metallic parts, scrap cranes, etc.
Electromagnetic locks are, as their name indicates, locks that are activated electrically, facilitating the automation of security processes such as presses or machines to interlock components in order to avoid accidents and optimize processes.
Special units of direct current industrial electromagnets for any assembly and application.