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Magnets for transport of cans

Goudsmit sells various separate components with which you can construct your own magnetic conveyor system. These magnets for the transport of tins are used for conveying ferromagnetic shells, empty or full cans, lids, crown caps, tin containers and aerosol cans. The appropriate type of magnet depends on the shape of the transported object, the belt type, the belt speed of the conveyor system and the environmental conditions in which the conveyor will operate.

Important factors for magnets for the transport of cans are:

  • product dimensions;
  • position on the belt (open or closed end toward the magnet);
  • belt speed and angle of rise;
  • weight (full or empty can);
  • dry or wet environment - in a wet environment the magnets must be protected against rust; this is not only caused by water but, for example, also by aggressive cleaning products;
  • temperature – this can be a problem above 60 °C.

When in doubt, you can always contact the specialists at Goudsmit.


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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