A Comprehensive List of Ferromagnetic Materials

A Comprehensive List of Ferromagnetic Materials

Metals and magnetism go hand in hand. Magnetism, whether it’s strong or weak, is a characteristic of metal along with conductivity, malleability, and ductility. But just as metals can be ductile but not malleable, or malleable but not ductile, magnetism isn’t a condition to be taken for granted.

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Temporary Vs. Permanent Magnets: The Difference

Temporary Vs. Permanent Magnets: The Difference

Magnetism matters. From navigating the seas by compass to navigating your neighborhood by smartphone, none of it would be possible without harnessing magnetic fields. Without getting too abstract, magnetism matters when it comes to identifying and moving metal at a scrapyard. But with the power it takes for a magnet on a crane to lift a hunk of steel, how does that all that magnetic energy not cause the world to go haywire? The answer lies in the difference between temporary and permanent magnets. Let’s take a closer look.

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Electromagnets vs. Permanent Magnets: The Differences

Electromagnets vs. Permanent Magnets: The Differences

If you’re in the market for a new magnet for your company, you’ve probably noticed most of the options are electromagnets or permanent magnets. Most people don’t know the differences between electromagnets and permanent magnets, so we put together a brief guide to help you understand. Read on if you’d like to learn more.

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The Effect of Temperature on an Electromagnet

The Effect of Temperature on an Electromagnet

Companies within industries such as construction, manufacturing, and metal recycling regularly depend on electromagnets for daily operations. While there are undeniable benefits of electromagnets, many people forget that temperature can affect magnetism. If you’d like to learn the effect of temperature on an electromagnet, we encourage you to read on.

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The Applications of a Magnetic Separator

The Applications of a Magnetic Separator

Whether you want a permanent or electromagnetic separator, there’s probably an application for it in your industry. In addition to the many applications, magnetic separators are extremely low-maintenance and easy to use. We’re going to break down some of the applications of a magnetic separator in our guide below, so read on if you’d like to learn more.

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Different Types of Magnet Generator Systems

Different Types of Magnet Generator Systems

Companies that use magnets in their day-to-day operations know just how useful they really are. Without magnets, the efficiency and productivity of companies would decrease, thus plummeting their revenue. What many companies forget about, however, is how their magnets are being powered. The majority of modern magnets are electric because they use energy efficiently, they’re customizable, and versatile. That said, you need to power the magnet somehow, right? The engine often powers magnets that attach directly to heavy machinery such as a crane or excavator; though not always. What’s even more common is separate magnet generators.

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Importance of Magnetic Separators in Food Processing

Importance of Magnetic Separators in Food Processing

Few industries affect the vast majority of society like the food-processing industry. When a business has an impact on such a large number of people, several safety protocols must be in place. In the case of food processing, safety and quality are of the utmost importance because your products affect people’s health, wellness, and nourishment.

There are many ways to ensure high-quality products in food processing, but it all starts with eliminating the risk of contamination. Contamination is unacceptable in most industries, but especially when handling food products. Ferrous particles are one of the most common contaminants in food plants, and you can easily remove those particles with a magnetic separator. As one of the decision-makers at your company, you must understand the importance of magnetic separators in food processing. If you’d like to learn more, our experts have you covered in the guide below.

Magnets Catch Impurities That We’d Otherwise Miss

You may be wondering how ferrous materials and particles find their way into a food-processing plant. Metal particles and shavings can come from a number of sources. One possible source is a farmer’s metal harvesting equipment because particles can chip off the shovel’s blade and end up in the shipment. Another possible source is your facility. You likely have several pieces of moving machinery where nuts and bolts can rattle loose and end up in your preparation or mechanical processing lines. In each of the previous scenarios, there’s a good chance that processing workers would miss the contaminant because of its small size. A magnetic separator would likely attract the contaminant before a worker even noticed something was off.

It’s Better To Reduce Contaminants Early and Prevent Future Problems

Many food-processing plants use magnetic separators at the beginning of their process in an attempt to remove the contaminants right away. Additionally, some facilities will have magnetic separators in the beginning, middle, and end of their process. Either way, it’s important that you have at least one magnetic separator. Additionally, eliminating impurities is vital to a successful business because your customers want to know your facility is clean. If you ship a product with contaminants, customers will end up sick. If customers become sick, recalls and lawsuits are in your future.

The bottom line is you must protect the safety and well-being of your customers (or your clients’ customers). You can’t consider the importance of magnetic separators in food processing without looking at the future of your business. Nobody wants to do business with a food manufacturer that doesn’t take the purity of their goods seriously.

Whether you merely need a magnet or an entire magnetic separation setup, Moley Magnetics has you covered. We take immense pride in the high-quality products we provide our customers, and we know our products will meet and exceed your expectations. If you have questions or would like to request pricing from Moley Magnetics, contact our team today.

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Understanding How a Hydraulic Magnet Works

Understanding How a Hydraulic Magnet Works

Most industrial companies like scrap yards, manufacturing, and crane manufacturers are familiar with magnets because they use them daily. Although, like many other industries, industrial companies also search for innovation. Luckily, you’re no longer restricted to permanent or electromagnets; you can also use hydraulic magnets. If you’d like to learn a general understanding of how a hydraulic magnet works, we’ve got you covered in the following guide.

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Understanding How Drum Magnets Work

Understanding How Drum Magnets Work

Whether you work in scrap metal, food and beverage manufacturing, mining, or pharmaceuticals, you’re probably using some sort of magnetic separation to ensure top quality. While there are several variations of magnets used, drum magnets are among the most common. Although drum magnets can appear complex to some, they’re not as complicated as they seem. If you’d like to develop an understanding of how drum magnets work, we’ve got you covered in the following guide. Read on to learn more.

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Tips for Choosing the Right Lifting Magnet System

Tips for Choosing the Right Lifting Magnet System

Lifting magnets are vital to several industries including scrap yards and metal recycling, truck building, and manufacturing. While lifting magnets are strong and durable, there are some factors to consider to ensure your magnet is right for your application. If you’d like to learn more, our experts discuss several tips for choosing the right lifting magnet system in our guide below.

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