Pet food product security is becoming increasingly important and needs to meet standards of food processed for human consumption. Pets are just as much a part of a family – and pet owners want the best for their furry companions!
We have developed many magnetic separators that have proven successful in pet food processing. Here are some of our best-sellers and why you need these magnets in your processing lines:
Emulsion & Slurry Pipeline Separator complete with Acutex® Probes
The ESPS magnet design is perfect for meat emulsions and high-viscosity products. Complete with our Acutex® Probe Magnets, which are designed to split the flow of product and allow the captured metal contaminants to be retained on the back of the probe, this magnet is a game changer for our customers in the pet food industry!
The Mag-Ram® has definitely earned its stripes in many industries, pet food and meat rendering included.
This magnetic separator is fully automated, self-cleaning, and can be programmed to clean before, during, or after production runs – without the need to stop the process!
This uniquely-shaped high-intensity magnetic separator is super powerful and extremely effective in high-velocity pneumatic conveying applications. The Spherical® Pneumatic Line Magnet combines high-gauss magnetic strength with engineered fragment retention design, to effectively capture and retain even the smallest metal fines, chips, fine wear iron, work-hardened stainless steel and even rust flakes in high-velocity flow applications. The bellied housing around the aerodynamic magnet minimizes pressure change and prevents particle breakdown or bulk density change to the product.
The Rapidclean® is a modular grate magnet system designed to enable safe and effective manual cleaning with the ability to collect and analyze findings. The Rapidclean® Cleaning Tool allows for quick, hygienic and efficient cleaning – away from the product stream.
Contact us for more information on Magnattack’s best selling magnetic separators.
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