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Short description

Suitable for filtering out ferrous contamination in the food industry. Manual cleaning (quick cleaning).

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  • Cost effective
  • Round bottom (less magnet contact)
  • Capture Fe particles from 30 µm to 2 mm
  • Flanges DN50 - DN125 (DIN11851)
  • Max. 10 bar / 140 °C
  • Magnetic bars Ø23 mm in extractor tube (Ø25 mm, 8000 gauss)
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Detailed product description


For powders and liquids under pressure with little Fe contamination in the food industry.


The sanitary magnetic filter is a simply executed filter having a housing with round bottom. This makes this type of filter very suitable for the food industry. Because of this round bottom, the filter empties automatically, but for separation of difficult-to-capture small ferrous particles the hygienic magnetic filters are more suitable (due to the optimal magnet contact at the bottom).
The sanitary magnet filter is available standard with DIN 11851 screw flanges.


Once the product flow is stopped, the entire magnet unit must be removed from the product chute. Then the magnetic bars can be pulled out of the extractor tubes (as a unit), causing the Fe particles to fall off of the extractor tubes.


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