How to clamp the magnet on FERROUS material or magnetic material?
The magnet clamping force is dependent on the condition of the substrate. The clamping force is significantly reduced by paint, zinc and scale coatings and rust. The substrate must satisfy the following preconditions in order that a sufficient magnet clamping force can be achieved:
- The substrate must be magnetic.
- The clamping surface and the magnetic foot must be clean and grease-free.
- The clamping surface must be completely smooth and level.
NOTE. Clean the substrate and the magnetic foot of the machine before use. Remove any unevenness and loose rust from the substrate. BDS offers special holding devices in its range of accessories. The best clamping effect is obtained on low-carbon steel substrate with a thickness of at least 20 mm.
The best clamping effect is obtained on low-carbon steel substrate with a thickness of at least 20 mm.
How to clamp the magnet on NON-FERROUS material or non-magnetic material?
A special holding device must be used when drilling in NF metals. BDS offers 2 Clamping devices For magnetic core drilling machines of the ProfiPLUS and ProfiSTART class. For tube processing and drilling of nonferrous metals and stainless steel.
Magnetic core drilling machines from the ProfiPLUS class can in their entirety also be used for the processing of non-ferrous metals and stainless steel. For that purpose, BDS offers clamping devices, which are provided with a pump with circular oil lubrication to build up a vacuum to ensure a safe connection between the magnetic core drilling machine and the workpiece. Furthermore, BDS offers customized devices, which exactly meet your requirements and instructions. Just contact us!
VACUUM PLATE FOR SMOOTH SURFACES
VACUUM PLATE FOR CHANNELLED AND GUSSET PLATES