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Types of magnetic separator on the basis of magnetic flux density

Jan 21, 2021

The most common magnet types now used to protect sensitive food ingredient streams are: grate, probe and bar type magnets. This is because these magnet types can be engineered to present higher magnetic flux density at closer pole distances and provide best efficiency of fragment retention against product flow

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