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Get the facts on magnetic sweeper “lifting power” versus “lifting distance".

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Holding power is a secondary concern. In fact, if you have too much holding power you may have trouble removing the debris from the sweeper.

When designing some of our models and testing them with our industry partners, we’ve actually purposely decreased the magnetic power sometimes because the holding power was too great. Our testers indicated it was too hard to clean off the magnetic sweeper.

The ideal is to have a lot of lifting power but not too much holding power that it creates a clean off problem.

For information on how we measure lifting power read this post: Measuring Magnetic Sweeper Pickup Power and Performance

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