Magnetics Accessories
A chiller is often used to reduce heating in magnetizing fixtures, especially in applications with fast cycle times or high-volume production. If a fixture is overheated, the overall magnetizing performance is reduced and it is possible that the fixture may be damaged. The chiller that we offer is fluid-recirculating and is recommended for use with all magnetizing fixtures that include cooling coils.
Heat Rejection: 1100 Watts

Flow Rate: 4 gpm.

Flow Pressure: 100psi max.

Input Line Power: 115VAC, 60Hz, 8A max. (standard)

Fluid Line Connections: 1/4" female quick-connects

Dimensions: 14.38" W x 26.5" D x 24.25" H
(62cm x 37cm x 67 cm)

Weight: 165 lbs.
Magnetic Pole Detector
This small, handheld device gives a light indication when a north or south magnetic pole is held near its active location, red for north and blue for south. It is battery operated (one 9V), and is pushbutton activated. Sensitivity is approximately 20 gauss.
Thermocouple Readout
When magnetizing a batch of parts, it is sometimes useful to monitor the temperature inside the magnetizing fixture. This allows the user to determine whether the fixture is overheating or if the chiller connected to the fixture is operating correctly. Our handheld thermocouple readout is designed to connect to a type J thermocouple embedded in the fixture. Temperature can be displayed in either degrees Centigrade or Fahrenheit. Accuracy is 0.1 degree. Requires 9V battery.
Electrically Insulating Floormats
Our electrically insulating floor mats protect the user during operation of the magnetizer. All floor mats are “switchboard-grade” and are rated at 3,000 Volts (tested to 30,000 Volts). Available with a smooth-black finish in two sizes:
3 ft. x 4 ft. x 1/8" thick
(92cm x 123cm x 0.3cm)

3 ft. x 6 ft. x 1/8" thick
(92cm x 184cm x 0.3cm)
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