Liquid Trap Tube and Screener Combo Magnet

Our Liquid Trap Magnets combine magnet and screen filter into one assembly for easy cleaning of magnet and screen. Quick and easy access compared to traditional screeners. Increased protection against tramp metals compared to traditional screeners. Nonmagnetic particles are trapped in a strainer (located under magnet element). Includes magnet and screener in one common system. Lid with clamping device ensures a proper seal and easy maintenance. Sanitary construction for food processing. An optional lockable lid is available.

MPI helps you achieve your food safety plan and minimize the risk of a product recall. We provide best practice knowhow and equipment to detect and remove metal contaminants.

MPI’s magnetic separators are engineered to provide maximum separation of metal contaminants ranging from fine ferrous particles to large pieces of tramp iron. In a variety of processing products including powders, granular, and liquid materials.

MPI designs a full range of both manual and self-cleaning magnetic separation equipment to meet today’s high standards of product quality.

  • Three (3) 1” diameter magnetic tubes
  • Powerful Neodymium Rare Earth magnet material
  • Rated for 80 P.S.I.
  • Heavy-duty quick-release clamp and gasket for easy access and maintenance
  • Rugged all-welded construction


How Liquid Trap Tube and Screener Combo Magnets Work:

The tramp metal collects at the downstream side of the magnetic tubes, preventing tramp metal “wash-off” during the continuous product flow around and through the magnetic field without restricting the product flow. Additionally, non-magnetic particles are trapped by the screen filter for added protection and purity.

Liquid Trap Tube and Screener Combo Magnet Options:

  • Lockable lid
  • 316 stainless steel
  • Sanitary construction
  • Rolled and perforated filter
  • Filter assembly with custom mesh sizes
  • High temperature magnet material
  • Custom flange connections
  • Drain valve
  • Vertical inlet and outlet versus standard offset