Flow-type magnetic separator MF 50/1-UP-P6-N-6-80-S-P

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Parameters

Material Stainless steel DIN 1.4301, EN 10088, ČSN 17240, AISI 304, AKV 7 - non-stabilized austenitic nickel-chromium steel (X5CrNi 18-10)
Number of magnetic bars 3
Total weight 24 lbs
Magnet temperature resistance 176 °F
Input/output 2.5 in
Body surface finish Glass ball blasting
Sealing NBR – PERBUNAN (14 °F to 176 °F)
Piping connection 2x flat welded flange; ČSN EN 1092-1 type 01 DN 50 PN6; material: 1.4301
Number of casings Single casing
Number of magnetic rods detail 3 (1 x dia. 1.2 in, 2 x dia. 0.8 in)
Tearing force 100 N
Tube magnetic force detail dia. 1.2 in - 7.400 Gs, dia. 0.8 in - 5.000 Gs
Tube tearing force detail dia. 1.2 in. - 100 N, dia.. 0.8 dia. - 60 N
Maximum pressure PS 6 bar
Maximum temperature TS 176 °F
Magnetic component weight 11.2 lbs
Magnetic force 7.400 Gs
Magnetic bar surface finish Polishing, Ra value 0.1 µm
Product state New
Design Standard
Magnet type Neodymium (NdFeB)
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Supplementary letter

The equipment is designed to separate metallic impurities from media that are not hazardous per Article 13 of Directive 2014/68/EU (PED) - Media group 2. These magnetic flow separators do not fall under any category of pressure equipment per 2014/68/EU (Article 4, para. 3). For more information, visit: www.magneticke-separatory.cz (opens in a new window)

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 TEST METHOD

Magnetic Induction Measurement Procedure

The measurement is performed using a standard gauss meter at the point with the highest design magnetic induction - in the position of the pole pieces, or in the lowest point of the magnetic circuit. The test is repeated 3 times in different locations of the magnetic circuit; then the average magnetic induction is calculated.

Tearing force measurement procedure

This force is measured using a polished steel measurement standard with a diameter of 10 mm and a height of 20 mm. The measurement is performed at the point with the highest design magnetic induction - in the position of the pole pieces, or in the lowest point of the magnetic circuit. The force at which the standard is separated is recorded. The test is repeated 3 times and then the average tearing force is calculated.

For your information, this value is 10 N = approx. 1 kg.

The resulting tearing force depends on a range of factors, e.g. on the dimensions of the measurement standard, the air gap between the standard and the tested magnetic circuit, the measurement standard's surface finish, etc.

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