K.W. Supply Magneetsystemen was established by the founder in 1989 after 15 years of experience since having started a similar company operating as K.W. Supply Magneetsytemen International.
K.W. Supply Magneetsystemen produces electromagnetic systems and has acquired a tremendous amount of experience with this technology through the years.
K.W. Supply Magneetsystemen supplies magnet systems to scrap and recycling companies, steel makers and traders. We also specialize in underwater magnets for salvage operations in harbours and docks where loading and unloading operations take place.
K.W. Supply Magneetsystemen can make onsite recommendations for operating systems to be used, if necessary building them on new or existing sites, including installation and delivery of turnkey systems. By applying suitable cutting edge technology and adhering to the most recent industry requirement in the field of magnets, K.W. Supply Magneetsystemen can manufacture magnets of the highest quality, strongest lift capacity and long lifespan.
K.W. Supply Magneetsystemen designs, builds, and delivers, installs and repairs:
- Scrap handling magnets
- Conveyor magnets
- Lifting magnets
- Underwater magnets
- Roller magnets
- Drum magnets
- Magnetic drums
- Magnetic sweepers
- Magnet operating systems
- Hydro magnet systems for fitting to mobile cranes
- Belt driven magnet systems for fitting to mobile cranes
- Repair and maintenance for all makes of magnets and magnetic systems
- Cleaning magnets
- Battery operated magnets
- Custom made magnets for every situation (custom made designs)
K.W. Supply magneetsystemen has been ISO 9002 certified since 1999. We have also been NEN-ISO 9001:2008 certified since 2002.
K.W. Supply Magneetsystemen has been located in the Rotterdam Port area since 2000 and services both national and international customers from this location. Our magnetic systems have been successfully operational for many years in countries such as: USA, Puerto Rico, Columbia, Venezuela, Thailand, Russia, Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Finland, Germany, Denmark, Belgium, England and of course the Netherlands.