SMON3175 Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap | Stanford Magnets

SMON3175 Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap


  • Easy installation, separation and cleaning
  • Ideal designed magnetic configuration

Standard Operating Temperature: ≤80℃

(As requirements, Max. Operating Temperature can reach 350℃)

Max. Magnetic Strength: 12000GS

Pipeline Material: 304 or 316L Stainless Steel

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Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap Introduction

Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap, also named Magnetic Liquid Filter, is designed for removing iron fillings from liquid or semi-liquid materials with different viscosity, to keep the purity of materials and protect the equipment. It features easy installation, separation, and cleaning through ferrule, bolt plate, flange or uneven head, etc. The ideal designed magnetic configuration ensures maximum magnetic effect without liquid flow impediment.


Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap Specification

Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap

Figure 1-1 Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap


MODEL NO. Dimension(mm) No. of rods Weight(Kg)
SWFL150/25 159 32 167 300 5 12
SWFL150/32 159 38 167 300 5 17
SWFL150/40 159 45 167 300 5 18
SWFL150/50 159 57 167 300 5 21
SWFL150/65 159 76 167 300 5 23
SWFL200/50 200 57 206 350 7 27
SWFL200/65 200 76 206 350 7 29
SWFL200/80 200 89 206 350 7 30
SWFL200/100 200 108 228 350 7 33


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Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap Applications

Normal Magnetic Liquid Trap is commonly used in various industries to effectively separate and remove magnetic particles from liquids. It can be used in wastewater treatment plants, food processing industries, chemical manufacturing, and mining operations to remove impurities such as metal shavings, rust, or other magnetic contaminants from the liquid.

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