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Assistive Product
Handentstapler mit Lederriemen Handentstapler mit Kunststoffriemen

Product Type:

Hand destacker with belt

There are 2 images available for this product:

  1. Handentstapler mit Kunststoffriemen
  2. Handentstapler mit Lederriemen

Areas of Application:

For example
- with fine motor limitations

Description:

The hand magnet is used to separate and lift sheets up to 2 mm thick. The manual denester is slipped over the work glove with the help of the belt and held on. The magnet system lies firmly on the palm of the hand without being disturbed. To lift the sheets from the stack, the hand is placed flat on one corner of the sheet with the system. The sheet is attracted by the magnet and can be easily lifted off or pushed over the edge of the stack. With a kinking hand movement, the manual denester easily detaches from the sheet. The sheet can now be gripped and transported by hand.

Features / Components:

- Leather straps or plastic straps

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.

Further Information

Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

Further Product Details

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Please contact the manufacturer or distributor.

Manufacturer:

ThyssenKrupp Magnettechnik - Geschäftsbereich der ThyssenKrupp Schulte GmbH
Johanniskirchstr. 71
45329 Essen
Germany Telephone: 0201 946161-558 Email: magnet@thyssenkrupp.com Homepage: http://www.thyssenkrupp-magnettechnik.com

Distributor:

ThyssenKrupp Magnettechnik - Geschäftsbereich der ThyssenKrupp Schulte GmbH
Johanniskirchstr. 71
45329 Essen
Germany Telephone: 0201 946161-558 Email: magnet@thyssenkrupp.com Homepage: http://www.thyssenkrupp-magnettechnik.com

Technical Data:

Dimensions (L x W x H): 60 x 35 x 15 mm
total adhesive force with vertical tear-off: approx. 20 kp

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Reference Number:

IW/241803.002


Source :

IW


Last Update: 25 Feb 2020