QwikMag Magnetic Clamp
QwikMag is a range of European-engineered high strength magnetic clamps designed for use on steel casting beds. These durable clamps simply glide into position on the casting table and are then easily and accurately locked down without any backward movement.
The range comprises the QwikMag200 and the QwikMag90.
The QwikMag200 is designed for fixing to steel, timber or aluminium formwork to form a consistent straight line. The QwikMag90 is a right angled unit for fixing to timber formwork, typically used to create window openings.
Accurate, High Quality Panels
Lock down firmly on a straight line to provide rigid support to formwork, eliminating the risk of bowed panels from magnet slippage.
High performance magnet with large clamping area minimises number of formwork supports required, accelerating casting speeds and reducing operating costs. Compact design saves valuable table space, maximising precast panel width. Increased centre line distance between magnets, thus fewer magnets required, saving costs.
Quick, Safe Installation
No long travel locking handle or hammer blows required. Simply locked into position with a light hand tap to the top of the clamp.
Durable Product. Reliable Performance.
Reinforced steel body, ensures consistent high performance in industrial environments.
|Product Code||Adhesive Force||Sliding Force||Weight||Fixing Holes|
|QwikMag200||430 kg||200 kg||7.6 kg||4 X M10 Thread|
|QwikMag90||225 kg||140 kg||6.0 kg||8 x Ø 6 mm|
QwikMag Magnetic Clamp (PDF, 997 KB)
QwikForm Modular Formwork System
Ancon QwikMag Magnetic Clamps accept QwikForm, a rigid freestanding formwork system for use on steel casting beds, modular in construction, packed full of user-friendly features and available with a wide range of accessories.
QwikForm Modular Formwork System (PDF, 1.96 MB)
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