Goudsmit magnetic grids – or grate magnets – are often placed at a filling point or a receiving funnel. They filter out very fine magnetic and even weakly magnetic metal impurities from free-flowing powders and granules.
Magnetic grids are used in industries such as plastics, food processing, pharmaceuticals, and ceramics. Applications could include being placed at the inlet of an injection molding machine, for equipment protection, or as a final inspection of the product, for instance, just before packaging.
Magnetic grids consist of a number of powerful neodymium magnet bars. The bars are positioned in the middle of the product stream, enabling them to capture even the smallest iron-containing particles down to 30 µm. They are cleaned using extractor tubes (“manual quick-cleaning”).
- Optimal magnetic contact
- Low installation height
- Captures Fe particles from 30 µm
- Max. particle size 10 mm
- Equipped with neodymium magnet bars