Our lifting solenoids from Schienle are suitable for industrial precision mechanical applications and can thus be used in various areas such as energy and packaging technology, but also in the transport industry.
Learn more about lifting solenoids in our guide.
As a specialist for drive solutions, actuators and sensors as well as switching, valve and lifting solenoids, with more than 40 years of experience, we offer our customers a variety of professional and robust linear drive solutions to meet individual requirements. However, we are not just a dealer, but a competent and internationally established contact and advise you in choosing the right lifting solenoid.
Simply put, a lifting solenoid is an electromagnet that performs a linear motion when energized. There are a variety of different lifting solenoids that differ in size and design.
Lifting magnets, which belong to the group of electromagnets, convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. Thus, the armature is moved linearly (also called linear magnet) from the initial position to the stroke end position.
The movement that the armature performs when energized is also called stroke. For the return movement of the armature to the initial position, an external force such as a return spring is usually used.
However, some lifting magnets can do without this if they have an integrated permanent magnet. The designs therefore differ depending on the requirements, which is why a lifting magnet can be used as a universal magnet for pulling or pushing movements.
If you have any questions about this, please feel free to contact us and we will advise you on your planned project and the suitable lifting magnets.
As already mentioned, these are electromechanical components that perform linear movements. However, the magnets are available in different designs and sizes in order to be used as individually as possible in industry. Here is a small overview:
Single stroke magnet
If an electromagnet only acts in one direction, it is called a simple or single stroke magnet. An electromagnetic force causes a movement from the initial position to the end position, such as model SLA 080x yyy.
Depending on the design, they can therefore be used with both a pushing and a pulling function.
n a double stroke magnet (with zero position), such as our SLA 062E yyy A, the movement from the initial position is caused by electromagnetic forces, which move the armature to one of the two stroke end positions. The armature is then returned to its initial position by external forces.
Reversing stroke magnets, such as our SLA 062E yyy B, move the armature between two coils, allowing both directions to be controlled. The direction depends on the energized coil.
Pneumatic cylinders are often used for the direct installation of tools. However, since these are usually too expensive and technically demanding, a lifting magnet with a guided axis (also called lifting cylinder) is often used as an alternative.
Just like the number of areas of application, the list of advantages of lifting magnets is long. However, they are particularly popular for the following reasons:
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