Industrial separation systems
Permanent chute magnet
For a number of applications, chute magnet systems have a number of advantages especially when removing metal contamination from powdered raw materials since the chance of bridge building is practically zero. This type is also very suitable for removing ferrous contamination from material flows containing larger particles, for example, shredded wood or plastic. Cleaning the system is relatively simple. The chute magnet systems are equipped with powerful FDA/C plate magnets. The casing is stainless steel and has flat, unbored flanges. The systems can also be supplied in a steel housing. For installation in environments where the most stringent hygiene standards are required, this type can also be supplied in a sanitary model. Optionally, Bakker Magnetics external chute magnet systems can be fitted with two stainless intermediate plates which hinge with the door to make the cleaning of the system appreciably easier. There is also a version with a cleaning tray that can be supplied.
Various ferrous separation systems are available in so-called sanitary models. These models are
particularly suitable for the food industry and other applications in which high standards of hygiene are required. The sanitary systems are fabricated entirely from AISI 304 stainless steel. If required, they can also be made in AISI 316 stainless steel. Particular attention has been paid
to the surface treatment (stellated inside and outside). All sanitary models are fitted with flanges meeting the standard DIN 2576 ND 10. Both in the design and in the manufacture, great care is taken to ensure that it is almost impossible for material residue to accumulate.
BM 26.210 ... BM 26.200 ... BM 26.220 ...
Equipped as standard with ceramic magnet systems. All versions are also available with neodymium magnet systems.
Chute magnet systems, standard model
Chute magnet systems with cleaning tray
Chute magnet systems, sanitary model with DIN 2576 ND10 flanges*
* Further information about flanges according to DIN 2576 ND 10, see here