These magnetic filters can filter small ferrous contaminants - like wear particles - from liquid mixtures and powders in pressure lines up to 10 bar.
The filter's powerful neodymium magnetic bars are located in the middle (in-line) of the product flow. This ensures optimal magnetic contact, so even the smallest ferrous particles are optimally removed.
They are used in the food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries, among others. For example in milk powders, melted chocolate, pigments and paints. But e.g. also in the ceramics industry, to prevent the formation of black specks in glazes.
In English language they are also known as 'magnetic basket strainers' or 'pipeline magnets'.