K Factor Magnetic Filter - How It Works

1. Contaminated fluid enters Maggie from its top connection at system pressure.

2. The dirty fluid comes in contact with the thin walled, stainless steel tubes that contain powerful rare earth magnets.

3. The flow velocity inside is reduced, maximizing the contact time the particles are in contact with the magnetic field.

4. The combination of high-intensity magnets, low flow velocities, and a unique flow path will provide 80% better capture rates than conventional magnetic separators.

5. Once a sufficient quantity of debris is captured on the magnetic tube, an automatic purge is initiated.

6. Using compressed air, the magnetic core is shuttled above the internal baffle plate. 100% of the captured solids are quickly released as the magnetic force has been removed.