Which items will movers not take?

Movers

Do not place the mover until the electrical installation has been completed

The movers may only be placed after the mechanical installation - part 1 has been completed and the electrical installation has been completed. You must perform a system test of the tiles before you hang up the movers.

Failure to observe this can result in serious injuries to fingers from crushing and in the eyes from splinters.

Wear protective goggles and protective gloves

The movers can attract each other or other metallic objects strongly magnetically. If magnets collide, splinters can form.

Failure to observe this can result in serious injuries to fingers and eyes.

Take each mover out of the box individually

If you take two movers out of the box and the distance between the movers is too small, the movers can attract each other.

Serious injuries to fingers from crushing and splinters in the eyes can result if the movers attract and hit each other.

Do not put your fingers under the mover

When carrying a mover or placing it on the system, do not put your fingers under the mover.

Failure to do so can result in severe bruises and injuries to your fingers.

Movers contain strong permanent magnets

The permanent magnets contained are arranged in so-called Hallbach arrays, which ensure that the magnetic field on the underside of the mover is significantly stronger than on the top of the mover. The field of the permanent magnets also exists when the power supply is switched off.

If the movers pull each other on and hit each other, serious injuries to fingers from crushing and splinters in the eyes can result.