Standard sanitary magnetic filters are available for pipe sizes from DN50 to DN125. The connections are DIN 11851 screw flanges. The housing is suitable for the food and pharma industries. (See website of the European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG).)
Cleaning: Once the product flow has been stopped, the entire magnet unit must be removed from the product chute. Then the magnetic bars can be pulled out of the extractor tubes, causing the Fe particles to fall off of the extractor tubes.
|Application||Powders and fluids under pressure, with little Fe contamination.
Specially suited for high sanitary requirements in food and pharma applications.
|Design||DIN 11851 screw flanges
Round bottom (sanitary)
|Housing – internal
|– Completely stainless steel AISI316
– AISI304 + AISI316
|Finish||polished, Ra 0.4 µm|
|Operating pressure||10 bar (testing pressure 15 bar)|
|Removal of Fe particles from
||30 µm – 1 mm|
|Cleaning||Manual or semi-automatic (with extractor)|
|Magnet system||Bar magnets evenly distributed over a removable unit|
Br. 13 200 Gauss,
|Magnet field strength (±10%)||8000 Gauss on extractor tube|
||Max. 140°C continuous|
|Inlet/outlet:||Screw threads in acc. with DIN11851
Ø50 – Ø125 mm
|Overall length||313 to 640 mm|
Available standard articles: