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This magnetic separator is automatically cleaned

By Chemical Engineering |

Goudsmit Magnetics Group

Introduced at Powtech this month, the Easy Clean magnetic separator is used to remove metal particles (larger than 30 μm) from powders in the food, chemical, ceramics and plastics industries. The Easy Clean flow magnet is notable for its high magnetic-flux density of over 12,000 Gauss on the bars that come into direct contact with the product. The magnet is dustproof to an overpressure of 1.5 bars and includes a simple controller. Cleaning requires 6 bars air and a 24-V d.c. start signal. Captured ferrous materials land in a collection tray. — Goudsmit Magnetics Group, Waalre, the Netherlands

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