How Magnetic Filters Works
Magnetic filtration allows for fluid to flow around a magnetic rod or core. This magnet attract ferrous particles and removes them from fluids. Clean fluid can then be returned to the machine.
Why Use Magnetic Filters
Magnetic coolant filters remove ferrous particles much more efficiently than other filtration types. Traditional barrier or media filters are limited by the size of its pores; if pores are too big, the contamination continues to circulates freely, but if they are too small, the filter can become clogged. Advanced magnetic filtration solves these problems. In addition, there are fully automatic 24/7 magnetic filtration systems, providing minimal downtime.
Magnetic Filters Reduce Operating Costs
Reduced Expenses on Consumable Filters
Magnetic filters replace media filters and significantly reduces the consumption of disposable filter media such as paper, bands, cartridges, and socks.
Minimal Fluid Loss
With magnetic filters, contamination is removed from the filter as a semi-dry cake and the majority of residue fluid can be recovered.
Minimal Running Costs
Manually cleaned magnetic filters require no additional power or consumable parts in their day-to-day operation. Automated cleaning versions require small amounts of power but no other consumable parts.
Continuous 24/7 operation
Once set up, automated magnetic filters can run unmanned and without any need for stoppages or downtime.
Magnetic Filters Reduce Environmental Impact
Reduced Waste Disposal
Magnetic filters make a positive contribution to the environment by reducing the usage of disposable filters. The ferrous waste collected by the magnetic filter can be recycled. This is impossible with media filters because contamination sticks to the filter media and becomes sludge, which is often considered as hazardous and requires specialist disposal.
Magnetic Filters Reduce Health and Safety Risks
Magnetic filtration does not strip anti-bacterial properties from fluids, thereby reducing the risk of bacterial development and also considerably reduces the risk of human contact with such bacterias. Our automated filtration systems remove the need for operators to come into contact with contaminated fluids.