Food industry magnet set for exhibition launch

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The EHEDG magnet filter removes very fine iron particles from fruit juice, chocolate, pastes or powders
The EHEDG magnet filter removes very fine iron particles from fruit juice, chocolate, pastes or powders

The updated EHEDG filter from Goudsmit Magnetic Systems is made up of Neoflux magnets that the company says will provide an efficient separation of minute iron particles from 5 u , weak magnetic particles and even iron dust.

Launched at the Anuga Trade Fair in Nuremberg, it generates a magnetic field of up to 10,700 Gauss on the bars and removes particles from both liquid and powder products. The system complies with the HACCP/EHEDG standard, the highest in the field of food safety.

The filter can be used in tubes or piping in the food sector and removes iron particles from products that are transported under pressure and sticky produce such as chocolate, pastes and fruit juice.

The magnet filter is available in seven standard dimensions up to 200 mm and has a flange connection according to DIN 11864.