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9/2/2004

Custom Magnetic Conveyors and Separators

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The company, designers and manufacturers of advanced high-energy metal finishing machinery and specialty manufacturing systems, offers a complete line of custom-engineered magnetic separators and conveyors.

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The company, designers and manufacturers of advanced high-energy metal finishing machinery and specialty manufacturing systems, offers a complete line of custom-engineered magnetic separators and conveyors.  Offering horizontal, vertical, curved, single or double pick-up configurations (with or without integrated demag/degauss units) the company designs all systems to customer needs.  The conveyors are available with Alnico, rare earth, ceramic or electromagnets and all feature heavy-duty electric drives, integrated belt tensioners, sealed bearings, automatic lubrication and a virtually limitless array of conveyor materials or surfaces.  Systems can be designed for wet, dry or submersible applications.  These conveyors and separators complement the company’s proven designs in belt, vibratory and “brute force” conveyors.

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