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Cleanflow: magnet for continuous process Filtering iron and stainless steel from powders and bulk goods
Cleanflow: magnet for continuous process
Filtering iron and stainless steel from powders and bulk goods At the Powtech in Nuremberg, Goudsmit Magnetics (stand 2-450) will show a recently developed magnetic system: the continuous cleaning Cleanflow magnet. This removes both iron and stainless steel from powders and bulk goods and achieves capacities of up to 200 tonnes/hour. The system is suitable for installation in ATEX zone 20/22 and can be cleaned without stopping the product flow. It can be installed directly below the sieve or even just before the loading/packing point. The Cleanflow magnet is easy to integrate into existing production processes. In addition to preventing damage claims, magnets protect machines from seizure due to iron contamination and resulting expensive production standstills. The magnet has been developed for applications such as those found in the sugar industry. The increased demand for magnets for this industry has to do with the liberalisation of the sugar market in Europe. The lifting of restrictions and the stricter requirements of food
13-07-2017  |  3442x  |  Product news  |   | 
EHEDG magnetic filter with CIP cleaning Magnetic filter meets the highest food safety standard
EHEDG magnetic filter with CIP cleaning
Magnetic filter meets the highest food safety standard The EHEDG magnetic filter recently introduced by Goudsmit Magnetics is specially designed for the food industry. This hygienic filter is suitable for CIP systems: the magnet can be magnetically operated, without the need to open the filter housing for cleaning. The filter is constructed of Neodymium magnets that provide more effective separation of very small ferrous particles as small as 15µm, weakly magnetic particles and even iron dust from sticky substances such as chocolate, pastes, powders and fruit juices. The magnet has a maximum flux density of 11,300 gauss at the bar and removes the specified particles from both liquid and powdered products. The entire system is made of grade 316 stainless steel, is smoothly finished (Ra≤0.4ųm) and is EHEDG certified. Cip cleaning Cleaning of the magnet occurs automatically. When production is stopped the magnet can be ’blown’ out of the product flow so the flushing cycle can carry away the captured ferritic
15-03-2017  |  3748x  |  Product news  |   | 
Magnet separator for sale at Surplus Select Goudsmit SECF Cleanflow magnetic separator
Magnet separator for sale at Surplus Select
Goudsmit SECF Cleanflow magnetic separator Goudsmit SECF magnet separator with 800 x 400 mm product throughput opening and an overall height of 160 mm. Two magnetic grids with 13 and 14 magnet bars are in cascade configured. The magnetic separator is easy to clean without tools. The magnet unit gets pneumatically out the product flow and then the magnetic bars can be pulled out of the extractor tubes to let the Fe particles fall off. This Fe separator is suitable for free flowing powders and granulates and was used for sugar. Product no.: 2.66A2665 Visit our website for a complete overview of our used machinery in stock. Surplus Select is partner for the fluids and solids processing industry in CSR/re-use.
17-12-2014  |  5648x  |  Product news  | 
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