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Food industry: why do you have to measure magnets?

Food industry: why do you have to measure magnets?

07 November 2018
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We received a request from a French company that makes nougat. (The wonderful Nougat de Montélimar!) They wanted to have the magnets in their production facility measured in order to – in their own words – satisfy the quality standards and ensure that the magnets are still working optimally. This is also necessary in order to continue to meet the HACCP (Hygienic Critical Control Points) quality assurance standards.
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Magnet makes conductive carbon black iron-free

Magnet makes conductive carbon black iron-free

12 October 2018
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Goudsmit recently built two magnets to be used for the production of iron-free carbon black by a large European manufacturer. These self-cleaning, rotating magnets remove iron particles as small as 30 microns from the very dry, poorly flowing conductive carbon black used for lithium-ion batteries.
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Next generation magnetic separators for powders and granulates

Next generation magnetic separators for powders and granulates

18 September 2018
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Goudsmit Magnetics will show a new generation of magnetic separators at the Solids & Recycling exhibition in Dortmund, Germany (stand C23-4). These are used to filter metal contaminations (>30 µm) from powders and granulates in the food, chemical, ceramic, plastics and other industries. The new Easy Cleanflow magnet stands out from the competition due to its user friendly semi-automatic cleaning, improved flow and an extreme high flux density (gauss value) of the magnet bars. Moreover, the device is pressure tight up to 2 bar!
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Heated magnetic filter removes iron particles from liquid chocolate

Heated magnetic filter removes iron particles from liquid chocolate

14 June 2018
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Double-walled magnetic filters from Goudsmit remove tiny iron particles as small as 30 µm from liquid chocolate. Heating the filter housing with warm water keeps the chocolate liquefied. The design of the magnetic filter was recently modified at a customer's request to include a sieve that filters out product impurities, such as paper, plastic particles and stones. This sieve is normally a
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