These permanent neodymium magnets are installed into a covering, stainless steel pipe. As a standard, today we offer 6 magnetic induction levels, i.e. the levels of the magnetic force, as a function of a type of environment into which the covered grate is situated. Some levels are characterized by a higher gripping force whereas others are typical with higher magnetic field values – find out more about the magnetic parameters.
Main benefits of MRZ covered magnetic grates
- Maximum resistance against humidity
- During the entire utilization time, the magnets including cleaning are protected which prevents their damaging
- High magnetic induction – up to 6 magnetic and tear-off force levels = very high magnetic separation efficiency in comparison with commonly used grates including ferrite magnets
- Very comfortable, fast and SAFE magnetic pipe cleaning
MRZ general technical specification
- Very strong NdFeB magnets, in covering pipes
- As a standard: ring-type magnet with outer Ø= 29 mm, outer pipe Ø= 31-32 mm
Magnetic material temperature resistance
- As a standard: up to 80 ˚C
- As an option: up to 150 ˚C (or even higher)
- Stationary covering stainless steel pipes, pull-out magnetic cores
Grate and covering pipe material
- As a standard: stainless steel 1.4301 / AISI 304.
- As an option: stainless steel 1.4404 / AISI 316L
All materials are certified in a quality corresponding to respective EU norms.
- Grate frame: machine-blasted using a ceramics compound
- Outer pipe surface: machine-blasted, or polished as an option
All engineering workmanship operations are carried out using machines belonging to own MAGSY CZ manufacturing equipment, using own MAGSY CZ engineering technology.
They are performed according to requirements of technological standards valid in stainless steel material welding. Demanding outgoing weld quality inspection guarantees a high outgoing product quality.
Magnetic cores are permanently secured and protected against humidity. This applies even during cleaning of these covered magnetic grates.
- After releasing the safety clip, using the handrail, pull the magnetic cores up to the upper part of the covered magnetic separator
- This way the lower part – stainless steel covering pipes – become demagnetized. Metals fall out (due to natural characteristics of metal impurities being caught by these types of magnetic separators). They even assume characteristics of a slimy mud – in most cases, these impurities must be rinsed with water.
Push the cores back to the stainless steel pipes; this way, they become magnetized again.