Category: Lifting Magnets

4 Interesting Facts About IPES’ Industrial Magnets

For nearly 20 years, IPES International has helped countless clients find the right industrial magnet for their specific needs. As evidenced by our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, our products are known for their high quality, and our customer service is second to none. Let’s take a look at a few interesting tidbits… Read more »

Safety Precautions When Using a Safety Magnet

IPES International sells lifting magnets to help make several industries’ workdays operate more efficiently and safely. Before using lifting magnets, it’s important that workers have read and understood all instructions so they know exactly what they’re dealing with– these are not toys. Materials vary in their composition and thickness. Make sure the magnet you want… Read more »

The Benefits of Permanent Lifting Magnets

IPES International is in the business of helping companies pick up, move and/or put down ferrous materials with their industrial strength magnets. Many industries benefit from the use of permanent lifting magnets, which can do the heavy lifting work of many men thanks to their strong magnetic properties. Imagine you have something that literally weighs… Read more »

Who Discovered Magnets?

Think back to when you were a child, and you were given a magnet for the first time. Of course, this probably isn’t a memory you’ve held onto, but it was probably a pretty big deal at the time. Because magnets play such a large part of our everyday lives, we tend to forget how… Read more »

Can Magnets Work Underwater?

One of life’s little questions that people wonder about is this: can magnets work underwater? Water is almost completely non-magnetic, so magnets work underwater the same as they do in air or in a vacuum. Magnets involve force. Now you’re probably thinking of Star Wars’ “May the force be with you.” Well, in that movie,… Read more »

Let Magnets Do the Heavy Lifting

Imagine if you had to physically remove several tons of material using just your hands, arms, legs and back. You’d need a whole lot of manpower to help you lift something heavy and move it. However, it’s important to work smarter, not harder, and luckily there are lifting magnets that can do the hard lifting… Read more »