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Is tramp metal wreaking havoc in your pulp/paper mill?

Where, how and why magnetic separators are effectively used in pulp/paper mills
For many years, electromagnetic and permanent magnetic separators have played a vital role in pulp and paper and various other processing industries by effectively removing unwanted iron from both dry and liquid lines. With the benefit of significant experience and knowledge, today, particularly in the recycling of municipal refuse, ferrous (magnetic) metals are considered the easiest fraction to remove.
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Self-Cleaning Water Filters Help Bagel Maker Improve Safety

Used extensively in the bagel making process, highly pressurized hot water required during boiling offsets potential quality problems. The process also requires a filtration system to clean raisins, sesame seeds, bits of dough, corn meal and other materials out of the hot water. And that’s where the danger can occur.
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Choosing the proper equipment to reduce metal contamination, increase purity

The processing industry faces many unique challenges, including the daunting task of protecting products from all forms of metal contamination. Adding to the challenge, many processing operations with ferrous contamination problems also experience contamination by nonferrous metals, such as brass, aluminum and stainless steel.
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Pipe systems under attack from multiple directions

In industries that convey highly abrasive materials such as mining, pulp & paper and power generation applications, steel piping systems are under constant attack from abrasion as coal, limestone, aggregate and debris are transported in slurry — often over long distances.
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