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What are the parts of a 90 degree
weld clamp magnet?

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interlinking bar and magnets on a 90 degree weld clamp magnet

The main parts of a 90-degree weld clamp magnet include the interlinking bar and the strong magnets.

Interlinking bar on a 90-degree weld clamp magnet

Labelled interlinking non magnetic bar on a 90 degree weld clamp magnet The interlinking bar is used to hold the two magnets away from each other in order to keep the angle at exactly 90 degrees.The bar needs to be non-magnetic to keep the north and south poles of the magnets from either attracting or opposing each other in such a way that the magnets move from their set position.

Magnet on a 90 degree weld clamp magnet

two labelled magnets on a 90 degree weld clamp magnet There are always two block magnets in each 90 degree angle weld clamp magnet.

Cam levers on a 90 degree weld clamp magnet

labelled cam levers on a large red 90 degree weld clamp magnet The larger 90 degree weld clamp magnets are fitted with cam levers to help remove them from the material.You work these by pushing the levers towards the base of the magnet which will then push the magnet away from the surface. It is needed on the larger 90 degree angle weld clamp magnets due to the size of the magnet’s pull force which makes them very difficult to remove from any metal surface.

On and off switch on a 90 degree weld clamp magnet

On/off switch on a 90 degree weld clamp magnet The on/off switch allows the user to control the direction of the magnet’s magnetic path. When the weld clamp magnet is turned off the magnets rotate away from their casing which stops their magnetic path, this makes the magnet unable to hold material. When the magnet is turned back on the magnets turn back into position which allows the surfaces to be magnetised again.