MAGNATTACK RE80 MAG-RAM Separator
The RE80 MAG-RAM Separator is an automatic self-cleaning grate magnet that provides foreign metal fragment control and helps reduce risks to final product security in food processing lines.
Foreign metal fragments such as tramp metal, work hardened stainless steel and stone, and fine dust-like metal shavings can have devastating effects if they contaminate the final product. Food recalls, brand reputation damage, consumer health risks and financial loss are common consequences of metal contamination.
The MAG-RAM has developed over the years to become an essential safeguard against metal contamination. It is suitable for a variety of dry food applications, including dairy, coffee, grain, flour, meat rendering, pet food, cereals, powder and other similar ingredients.
The automatic cleaning operation of the magnet Rams has a number of advantages for food processing companies. It can eliminate risks of injury involved in handling or lifting manual-clean grate magnets; eliminate the potential for human ingress and bacterial contamination during manual cleaning; save time as it can be cleaned before, during or after production runs, meaning no production downtime and no operator cleaning schedules; continuous extraction means that dangerous metal contaminants are safely removed from the product flow and easily collected for analysis; the design allows for maximum product stream coverage and optimum separation efficiency; and it features HACCP Internationally certified RE80 +11,000 gauss magnetics.
The magnet is commonly installed in bulk intake areas, prior to metal detectors, prior to critical equipment, during the mid-process and at bulk out-loading locations.
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