August 11, 2014

MPI- Which Magnets Should Go Where?

Magnetic Products Inc. represented by Bulk Handling Equipment Co.



Magnet Applications
Which Magnets Should go Where?


Primary Applications:
Plant Receiving Areas

free flow 1

mini free flow

Free-flow Cylinder Magnets (top) and Mini Free-flow Cylinder Magnets (bottom)
Cylinder Magnets capture both large and small tramp metal from high-volume, abrasive, vertical gravity-fed product steams.

Secondary Applications:
• Protect Specific Plant Equipment
• Detect Process Equipment Malfunctions



Magnetic Rotary Feeder (top) and Abrasion Resistant Plate Feeder (bottom)

Plate Magnets keep product and equipment free from metal fines and tramp metals. Available in ceramic, rare earth or hybrid, and found in gravity-fed angled chutes which convey low to high product steams.  Used in conjunction with:

Hammermills ·  Airlocks · Screeners · Screw & Draw Conveyors ·

Sifters · Roller Mills · Bucket Elevators · Pumps


Finishing Applications
• Packing Systems
• Bulk Load-Out Areas


Drawer Magnet and Housing (top) and Round Spout Drawer Magnets (bottom)

Drawer magnets remove small-to-medium sized ferrous tramp metal contaminants from dry, granular free-flowing product streams in gravity-fed vertical chutes. Six standard designs to meet your specifications and budget requirements.

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Industries Served
Food · Chemical Processing ·  Plastics · Pharmaceuticals
Metal Processing · Mining & Aggregates
Grain & Milling · Recycling · Forestry
Textiles · Paper & Pulp

MPI is represented by Bulk Handling Equipment Co.

Contact Bulk Handling Equipment Co. for more information about ANY of these products!  

PHONE: 330.468.5703 | 800.663.3689



330-468-5703 ext 2300
Equipment for:
Feeding & Weighing, Conveying, Air Pollution Control, Classifying, Packaging, Size Reduction, Mixing & Blending, Storage & Discharge, Gates & Valves, Samplers, Broken Bag Detectors,
Metal Detection and Magnetic Separation