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Ensure maximum integrity of food with high intensity contamination removal

03 April 2018

Eliminate contamination risk with Eclipse Magnetics’ high intensity magnetic easy clean housed grids. 

free flowing products such as sugar, grain, flour, granulates and powders, these grid magnets bolster robust HACCP systems and provide ATEX approval.

Perfect for the most demanding and arduous of food processing environments, the housed grid is so effective that it can even remove sub-micron ferrous and para-magnetic contamination. They are available as single row units or double row units with both square chutes and round pipelines to suit customer requirements and for ease of installation.

General Sales Manager for Magnetic Technologies, Martyn Cotterill, said: “As experts in powder processing, particularly for the food industry, Eclipse Magnetics has a proven track record of producing high-quality, high power magnetic separators for applications including, bulk, and powders. Our products ensure the maximum integrity of the finished product by eliminating the risk of contamination, bolstering robust HACCP systems and providing ATEX approval.”

The high intensity magnetic grid is secured into the housing by ‘quick release’ swing clamps that ensure even pressure is generated around the food grade seal. For those applications where ultimate levels of removal are required, Eclipse Magnetics can also offer a double row system. 

Numerous units can be installed at various control points throughout a processing facility to ensure that contamination is removed at source of generation. The easy clean design allows all attracted contamination to be easily and quickly collected for further inspection or analysis.

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