New Eriez products provide food safety relief
ERIE, PA—For the most difficult food/sanitary industry applications requiring the highest level of protection against metal contamination, an Eriez Rare Earth magnetic separator powered by Xtreme RE7 alongside an Xtreme Metal Detector Enhanced Platform (EP) is the solution—the ultimate double-team partnership that enables processors to achieve maximum product purity.
The new and improved Xtreme RE7 magnet circuit has proven to be 13 to 40 per cent stronger than other magnets on the market today in head-to-head pull tests, according to Eriez. The Eriez Xtreme RE7 magnet circuit is available in all Eriez tubes, grates and liquid line traps.
The Xtreme Metal Detector EP is recommended for the harshest applications. With the ability to ignore signals generated by certain products that can cause typical metal detectors to detect metal where there is none, this state-of-the-art unit is able to detect the smallest of metals in the most challenging products.
The double-team combination results in as close to a perfect product yield as possible. Working in conjunction, the magnet removes the ferrous contamination while the metal detector focuses on any ferrous missed by the magnet as well as nonferrous metals, such as aluminum, copper, brass and stainless steel.
To learn more about the Eriez Rare Earth magnetic separator and Xtreme Metal Detector EP, call 814-835-6000 or visit http://ow.ly/WCbBt.
Eriez, headquartered in Erie, PA, is recognized as global authority in separation technologies. The company’s magnetic lift and separation, metal detection, fluid filtration, flotation, materials feeding, screening, conveying and controlling equipment have application in the process, metalworking, packaging, plastics, rubber, recycling, food, mining, aggregate and textile industries. Eriez manufactures and markets these products through 12 international facilities located on six continents. For more information, call 814-835-6000, visit www.eriez.com or contact via email at email@example.com.
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