Bunting In Line Magnet

A UK processor of Potassium Chloride is using two Pneumatic Inline Magnets (PIMS) to capture and remove small tramp ferrous metal. The metal is removed early in the process, as the dry material is being pneumatically conveyed, to prevent damage to processing equipment including the crusher. The two PIMS installed at the Potassium Chloride processing…

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Bunting Inline Magnet

A German baby food producer has purchased forty-two (42) stainless-steel Inline Magnets to remove tramp ferrous metal.  The food-producer has installed the 42 magnetic separators in all their European manufacturing plants. Inline Magnets easily fit into existing pneumatic (up to 15 psi) or gravity-fed pipelines transporting foodstuffs.  The fabricated pipe-shaped body includes suitable ends to…

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Bunting Magnetics In Line Magnet

The Inline Magnet is a versatile and popular magnetic separator used widely to capture tramp ferrous metal contamination. The non-obstructive design suits applications in many different applications including food processing and plastics.  In this blog, we review the different designs and the Inline Magnet’s key advantages and disadvantages Inline Magnet Models The Inline Magnet is designed…

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Market stall mineral in India

Effectively separating fine iron from dry powders is often challenging. Even the strongest magnetic separator may fail to successfully remove the magnetic particles. In order to find a successful solution, it is important to understand the way fine materials behave. Only then is it possible to determine the optimum method to cleanse a powder of…

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In line magnetic separator

Six (6) Inline Magnetic Separators (PIMS) are due to be installed in a UK plastic production facility.  The project originated from a discussion at the Interplas exhibition in 2017. The Inline Magnetic Separator offers great versatility with ease of installation and maintenance.  Inside the tube-like body is a strong Plate Magnet.  This ensures that there is no restriction to…

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