Neodymium and ferrite permanent magnet magnetic separators; they are used for the purification of different materials from remains of ferromagnetic pollution, such as sheets, wires, screws etc.
They are widely used, among other things, in the processing of plastics, in the food industry, in the tobacco industry, in the wood, ceramics and recycling industry. Magnetic separators guarantee the purity and quality of the product by removing ferrous particles due to the wear of process equipment or other pollution.

in the magnetic separation of waste, for the recovery of raw materials to be sent for recycling
in the field of industrial production
more simply in any case where there is the need to remove iron in all its forms from other material (from dust to large objects)


Magnetic Blocks

For separation of large elements

Magnetic Beams

For separation of large elements in limited spaces

Magnetic Drums

For separation of elements on conveyor belts

Magnetic Bars

For the realization of customized separation systems

Magnetic Grids

For the realization of customized separation systems

Magnetic Drawers

Ready-to-use products for ferromagnetic separation

Conical Magnets

For the realization of customized separation systems




A belt slides on a magnet cleans the material which is transported continuously.

Magnetic drums and pulleys

A rotating magnetic element positioned at the end of a belt attracts the ferrous material that flows on a belt and separates it from the non-ferromagnetic material.

Plate magnets

Also called 'protection'; their aim is to capture the rare pieces of ferromagnetic material present in an almost clean flow of material, to protect the downstream machinery from damage.



How ferromagnetic separation works?

The action of a magnet or electromagnet attracts ferromagnetic parts by deviating their trajectory in a more or less marked way, however sufficient to clearly separate the ferromagnetic material from all the remaining non-ferromagnetic material.

What are ferromagnetic materials?

Magnetite, iron, cobalt, nickel, numerous transition metals and their respective alloys are ferromagnetic materials.

Stainless steel is ferromagnetic?

There is no direct "yes" or "no" answer to this question. The magnetic susceptibility of stainless steel depends on a number of factors including its fundamental structure, the concentration of iron and whether it has been hardened or not.