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Antimicrobial Surface Treatment Available on Rotodrawer Magnetic Separator

Article-Antimicrobial Surface Treatment Available on Rotodrawer Magnetic Separator

Antimicrobial Surface Treatment Available on Rotodrawer Magnetic Separator
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Industrial Magnetics Inc. is now offering its RotoDrawer magnetic separator with MAGnanoSHIELD coated tubes, an FDA-compliant, antimicrobial coating from General Magnaplate that offers 99.9999% microbe resistance to assorted bacteria and fungus strains.

The RotoDrawer magnetic separator is designed to rid ferrous metal from powder and bulk processed products that have difficult flow characteristics and a tendency to bridge and choke when using traditional, stationary, tube-style magnets.

Featuring a motorized, cylindrical configuration of Rare Earth magnetic tubes that continually rotate through a gravity fed product stream, the housing's design keeps the product flow moving while capturing any ferrous metal contamination. Ideal for products that have a higher moisture content or particle size, such as flours, cake mixes, or corn starch, the RotoDrawer with MAGnanoSHIELD treatment not only improves product purity, but also helps improve sanitation and production efficiency. 

IMI's Rare Earth RotoDrawer is available in either an EZ-clean or self-cleaning design to simplify the removal of collected metal and prevent any metal wash-off back into the product stream. Standard sizes range from 8x8- to 18x18-in. inlets and outlets, with custom designs and sizes available to fit exact application requirements.

For more information, visit www.magnetics.com

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