Magnetic grids are manufactured with Permanent magnet obtained by Iron oxides mixed with Barium or Strontium.
It boasts an excellent magnetic efficiency and resists to high temperatures up to 250°C.Ferrite
or Permanent magnet (NdFeB) with the highest energy density available today, it is obtained by sintering of rare earths.
It has a considerable resistance to demagnetization and can be employed with temperatures from 80°C (in case of standard grades) up to 200°C.Neodymium
These grids, located inside of pipes or hoppers, hold the ferrous impurities present in granulates, dusts and liquids.
Completely made up of stainless steel and watertight sealed, grids are mainly employed int he food industry. They are easy to install and do not need any particular maintenance procedure, just a manual cleaning is requested from time to time.
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