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Bunting Magnetics Co.

Company Profile

Contact Information

Contact: John Renninger
Phone: 800-835-2526

Location

Bunting Magnetics Co.
500 S. Spencer Rd.
P.O. Box 468
Newton KS 67114-0468
United States
Bunting Magnetics Co. has been designing, manufacturing, and supplying magnetic separation equipment to the processing industry since 1959. We offer complete design and build services for standard and custom applications. Bunting Magnetics Co. also has one of the most extensive lines of metal detection equipment in North America, backed by full in-house service capabilities.

Articles

New Design for Magnetic Cross-Belt Conveyors

May 5, 2010
The company has developed an innovative new design for its’ Magnetic Cross-Belt conveyor product line.This newly designed cross-belt conveyor features structural enhancements, an improved magnetic deep-reach circuit and tramp metal Read More

New Tapered Step Liquid Trap

February 10, 2010
New Tapered-Step design model in the plate-style series of the company’s Magnetic Liquid Trap product line is structured to hold ferrous debris against its solid tapered step to prevent wipe-off Read More

Magnetic separator removes ferrous metals from powders and granular products

September 23, 2009
Normal 0 0 1 102 586 4 1 719 11.1282 0 0 0 The newly redesigned magnetic separator is ideal for products with poor flow characteristics, features a powerful Read More

Exceptional value, low price magnetic line expanded

March 2, 2009
The manufacturer has expanded its magnetic separation product line to offer customers more options for use in their facilities. Now the product line will include magnetic cartridges, plate magnets, Read More

CE Certification for HF Drawer Magnet Products

November 5, 2008
The HF Series Drawer Magnet product line has earned the CE mark for the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE marking certifies that a product has met EU health, Read More

Drawer magnet sets new standard in equipment protection

May 18, 2006
New NEO FF Series Drawer Magnet is the most significant advancement in equipment and product protection since the advent of the first FF Series Drawer Magnet in 1964, according to Read More
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