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As the Canadian situation around COVID-19 evolves, we at Eclipse have continued to adapt our business operations to follow the recommendations of the Canadian government and health officials. The health and safety of our customers, employees, and community are our top priority at all times.

We will continue to operate but with modification. Our team is working hard to fulfill your orders and will continue to be available to answer your questions. Please feel free to reach out to us at any time.

Service & Maintenance

Inspection & Certification Service

If the magnetic lifter is being used in the EU it must be inspected and maintained in accordance with the requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations, PUWER (1998).

In line with PUWER 1998 :“Lifting Equipment” must be thoroughly examined and, where appropriate inspected, by a competent person at least every 12 months or 6 months in case of “accessories for lifting”. For areas outside the EU it must be inspected and maintained in compliance with local work standards and other standards for suspended load holding. Should the data plates become detached or damaged please contact us immediately for replacements. We recommend the following regular checks to ensure problem-free usage over many years.

Maintenance Table

    As a leading supplier of magnetic lifting equipment, Eclipse Magnetics provides a complete inspection and certification service to check any magnetic lifting device (All Manufacturers). As part of the service we can also carry out any necessary repairs. Using our checking and certification service you can rest assured your magnetic lifter will remain fit for purpose and certified in accordance with the relevant regulations.


    All our lifters are covered by a one year guarantee against manufacturing defects. The Ultralift Plus lifting magnet is covered by a 3 year warranty. The guarantee is subject to terms and conditions. They must have been used in accordance with the product specifications and guidelines stated in the relevant product manual.

Important Do’s and Don’ts
  • • Instruct new operators to read the relevant handbook before using
  • • Use the entire pole area
  • • Fully engage the lifter in the ON position before lifting the load
  • • Wear suitable protective work-wear when using the equipment
  • • Maintain the pole feet in good condition
  • • Check the suitability of equipment used in conjunction with the lifter
  • • Adhere to the safe working load information specified
  • • Lift or transport people
  • • Lift loads while people are in the maneuvering space
  • • Allow untrained personnel to operate the lifter
  • • Leave a load unattended
  • • Attempt to switch the lifter before setting the load down
  • • Position yourself beneath the lifted load
  • • Bring the load to a sharp stop
  • • Lift a load outside of the specified safe work load of the lifter
  • • Lift a load with dimensions outside those specified for the lifter
  • • Lift an unbalanced load
  • • Operate the lifter in temperatures higher than 80ºC (176ºF) and lower than -10ºC (14ºF)
  • • Operate the lifter in humidity higher than 80%
  • • Operate the lifter in explosive (EX) or static sensitive environments
  • • Submerse the lifter in water
  • For more information on our Checking and Certification services contact us.