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Metal - Cans / canned foods

When it comes to making tins, whether for preserved foods or other products, and filling them, a magnetic conveyor is invaluable. Palletization magnets keep tins or aerosol cans in place or convey them vertically when the production process requires. Palletization magnets are also used in packing lines to palletize and pack the preserved foods in glass jars with steel lids.

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Electromagnetic bar magnets

Electromagnetic bar magnets are suitable for picking up, holding and releasing small ferromagnetic objects such as steel sheets, pipes, tubes, profiles and scrap parts.

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Palletizing magnets with steel housing

The palletization magnets with a steel enclosure are suitable for palletizing and depalletizing with a gantry crane. They are available in various versions.

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Lightweight palletizing magnets

The lightweight palletization magnets with an aluminium enclosure are suitable for palletizing and depalletizing with a robot arm. Available in various versions.

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Magnetic rails

Magnetic rails for straight product flows or flows with side infeed or discharge. For connection to a magnetic roller, magnetic arc rail, magnetic curve rail or other magnetic rail.

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Magnetic conveyor rollers

Magnetic conveyor rollers are used for straight product flows with constant magnetic force at a variable angle with sharp radius. Installation between other (possibly tapered) magnetic rails.

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Magnetic arc rails

Magnetic arc rails are used for straight product flows with constant magnetic strength. Installation between other magnetic rails, as an alternative for magnetic roller.

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Magnetic curve rails

Are used for curved product flows. Magnetic arc rails are usually combined with a driven disc and crossed conveyor belts.

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Magnetic lid stack rollers

For stacking and unstacking lids, rings and discs. Examples include supplying lids to filling/sealing machines in the canning industry or stacking up rings in a production line.

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