Small ferrous contaminants / lightweight / food
Neodymium magnetic plates are extremely powerful, compact and lightweight. They are used when ferromagnetic (Fe) particles smaller than 3 mm must be separated. Completely stainless steel and watertight. Suitable for the food industry.
You can easily hang them suspended above a conveyor belt yourself, attach them to the wall of a product channel, or mount them under a passing product stream. For dust-tight installation against the wall of a free-fall pipe channel, we also supply neodymium plate magnets including a mounting plate and quick-cleaning mechanism (see chute magnets).
The cleaning tray has been specially developed for magnets suspended above the product flow, for easy and quick cleaning. The magnet pulls iron particles against the stainless steel cleaning tray. By pulling out this tray, you pull the iron parts off the magnet in one movement. Particularly in applications with relatively many or fine iron particles, this makes cleaning much easier and therefore faster. It is also a great advantage in places where:
- the magnet is difficult to reach;
- the cleaning is dangerous (due to the proximity of a conveyor belt);
- the metal parts themselves are dangerous; with sharp or dangerous parts (e.g. ammunition).
* Note: If you are considering overbelt placement, keep in mind that the construction directly beneath the magnet must be made of non-magnetic material.
Construction & materials data
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Summary of important specifications
- Magnet quality: N-35
- Completely stainless steel housing
- Smooth finished weldings
- Finish: grit blasted
Available versions, options & accessories
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Filtering & discharging of ferrous contaminants
Cleaning of the plate magnet is performed manually by wiping, or through use of a hinged extractor plate for quick-cleaning. You can swing the hinged extractor plate away from the magnet. The ferrous particles fall off of the extractor plate as soon as they are moved far enough away from the magnet.
For plate magnets including mounting plate and hinged cleaning construction: see also 'chute magnets'.