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Eclipse Micromag MM10 HP50

Stockcode: Eclipse-Micromag-MM10/HP/50 | Delivery time:

Eclipse Micromag MM10 HP50 compact magnetic filter for standard filtration

  • Flow rate: 100 ltrs/min
  • Contamination Capacity: 2 kg
  • Max Operating Pressure: 50 bar

    • Description

      The Eclipse Micromag MM10 HP50 is a compact magnetic filter for standard machine filtration, smaller wash stations.

      • Patented design
      • High collection capacity relative to size
      • Non block design
      • Minimal pressure drop
      • Easy clean
      • 3 sizes, versions available

      Unmatched capacity

      Micromag is compact in size but has massive holding capacity. Units hold 1kg, 2kg, and 4kg of contamination respectively, resulting in less downtime and increased productivity.

      Magnetic Filtration Operating Principle

      Magnetic filtration is the most effective means of removing problem ferrous particles from industrial fluids such as coolants, lubricants, and wash solutions.

      All the benefits of Eclipse Magnetic filters are based on their ability to remove 100%* of ferrous particles including sub-micron particles from the process. Traditional filtration systems typically leave particles smaller than 5 - 10 microns circulating in fluid causing damage to process equipment and finished products.

      Magnetic filtration system are ideal for either new build projects or they can be fitted to enhance existing filtration systems.

      *Subject to operating conditions.

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      Technical Data

      • Product Number: MM10/HP/50
      • Flow Rate: 100 ltrs/min
      • Contamination Capacity: 2 kg
      • Max. Operatng Pressure: 50 bar
      • Connection: 1" BSP
      • Temperature Range: 0 - 140 °C
      • Construction: Full aluminium construction
      • Height: 365mm
      • Top Diameter: 116mm
      • Base Diameter: 125mm

      How Micromag Works

      Contaminated fluid enters the inlet port where flow is equally split via tapered radial flow channels which slows the flow velocity ready for the fluid to be filtered.

      It then passes up the outside of the centrally mounted "rare earth" magnetic core where contamination particles are attracted and retained.

      The magnetic flux circuit geometry ensures a controlled build up of contamination so the filter can never block.

      Filtered fluid then flows through slots at the top of the core then down and through the centre of the core, exiting through the outlet port.

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      Unless otherwise stated delivery will be made via TNT:

      • UK Mainland: TNT standard next day service
      • All Other Areas: TNT standard economy service