Bullet mMagnet Separator

Bullet Magnet Separator

Product Specification:

  • Material  316L / 304L
  • Size to suit application
  • Hygienic design
  • Min. Fe-particle size that can be caught 30 µm
  • Max. operating temperature 60 °C (Higher temp designs available)
  • Surface Finish Bead Blast (standard) other finishes available
  • Seal FDA / Metal Detectable (Other elastomers available)
  • Pressure + / – 0.2 Bar (High pressure designs available)
  • Field strength (flux density)  (±5%) 4500, 7000, 9000 or 12000 gauss
  • ATEX Zones Gas Zones 0, 1, 2 and Dust Zones 20, 21, 22

Product Information:

Bullet Magnet Separator BS0600

The Bullet Magnet Separator is ideal for the removal of ferrous and paramagnetic particulates from a range of dry free flowing products, particularly faster flowing products such as on pneumatic lines, and is suitable for filtration of products within the foodchemicals, pharmaceuticals, ceramicsanimal feed and recycling industries. The Bullet Magnet Separator is a fully bespoke product and can be designed to fit any size of pipeline, with flanges and fittings to suit each customer’s requirements.

As product flows past the powerful magnetic bullet (up to 12000 gauss), ferrous particles as small as 30 microns and tiny paramagnetic particles such as stainless steel scrapings are filtered out. These very fine ferrous and stainless steel particles are smaller than can be detected with a metal detector.

To clean the Bullet Magnet Separator, the hinged unit door can be opened once product flow is stopped, thereby removing the magnetic bullet from the pipeline. The bullet can then be manually wiped to remove the contaminant. The images below show the unit in the closed and open positions.

Electrical interlocks or safety switches can be fitted to this separator to either prevent the door from being accidentally opened during the production process or to shut down product flow should the unit be opened during production.

This product can be designed to international pressure vessel design codes (ASME VIII, EN13445 and PD5500) and can be manufactured to be Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 97/23/EC and ATEX 2014/34/EU compliant.

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