Cranes with electromagnetic lift are also known as electromagnetic cranes. Such cranes are used widely in lifting and moving scrap metals. Even in a production line of many products, electromagnetic lifts are used to lift and move metal objects.
Electromagnets have special simplicity and many advantages to other lifting tools. They are faster and easier to work with.
An electromagnet is a magnet that requires an electrical current to create magnetism. This is useful technology because an operator can control the strength of the electromagnet through the level of the electric current. One application of this is with an electromagnetic crane
Cranes are traditionally used in the construction industry or where there is a need to move heavy items. Cranes use a pulley system to reduce the strain and increase the weight that can be moved. Some cranes have magnets rather than hooks to grab items and move them. A model crane can be built using simple craft items and supplies from around the home. This model can be built with either a magnet or hook.
HISTORY OF CRANE:
The first construction cranes were invented by the Ancient Greeks and were powered by men or beasts of burden, such as donkeys. Larger cranes were later developed, employing the use of human tread wheels, permitting the lifting of heavier weights
An understanding of Electromagnetism and its application.
Anunder standing of Mechanics and the application of levers, pivots,structures etc. Designing & constructing
Manipulating materials and equip ments effectively Observation and Communication.