Strong magnetic filters remove ferrous particles and stainless steel, such as AISI304 and AISI316-L from foodstuffs.
Goudsmit is engaged in continuous research into the efficacy of various magnet systems. With advanced 3D computing software and a powerful test centre, we continue to optimize our systems.
To date, most suppliers have focused on field intensity, the flux density in gauss or tesla.
Our years of experience have shown that this is not a guarantee of good metal separation.
See blog: 'Why do you have to measure magnets?'
Separation yield is extremely important for quality assurance managers.
Our product developers like to work with them to further improve our magnet systems and the separation yield.
Goudsmit bases its designs for foodstuffs and chemicals on these EHEDG standards and was even the very first magnet supplier to join EHEDG.