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Selecting Metal Detection, Magnetic Separation, Material Handling Equipment

Through its Orange University educational program, Eriez offers a series of “How to Choose and Use” brochures designed to assist readers in selecting and utilizing the appropriate equipment to conquer their toughest metal contamination and material handling challenges. These guides are available for immediate, free download.

Topics include “How to Choose and Use Industrial Metal Detectors,” “How to Choose and Use Magnetic Separators,” “How to Choose and Use Lifting Magnets,” and “How to Choose and Use Vibratory Feeders and Conveyors.” Each piece provides a comprehensive overview of the featured equipment and offers guidelines for selection based on users’ unique application considerations.
 
Customers in a wide range of industries, including aggregates, ceramics, coal processing, food processing, glass, metalworking, minerals processing, packaging, pharmaceutical, plastics and rubber, and recycling, can benefit from the information contained in these guides. Eriez offers the majority of its brochures, including their “How to Choose and Use” guides, for free download in PDF format from the company’s online literature library.
 
The online literature library is a part of the Eriez Orange University Program, which encompasses a broad variety of free educational resources, tools, testing, and training opportunities. In addition to online components, Orange University also includes the Mobile Training and Education Center and the Eriez Technical Center.

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