Magnetic Strainer

Magnetic filtration can be used in almost any environment where ferrous, para-magnetic and grinding medium contamination of a liquid is a problem.

All particles are removed Once full, the contamination is removed from the magnet and can be recycled with little loss of fluid and can be recycled Patented magnet configuration means that even when the filter is full, flow channels remain open so there is no blinding or pressure build up.

All particles are removed. Once full, the contamination is removed from the magnet and can be recycled with little loss of fluid and can be recycled. Patented magnet configuration means that even when the filter is full, flow channels remain open so there is no blinding or pressure build up.

Significantly lower operating costs


  • Longer lasting fluids: Magnetic filters remove particles smaller than one micron in size. Traditional barrier filters leave particles smaller than 5 microns circulating in the fluid. These particles significantly affect the performance of fluids and also act as a focus for bacterial build up.

  • NO consumables: Once installed there is nothing else you need to buy to ensure effective filtration over the filter's lifetime.

  • Minimal fluid loss: Contamination is removed from the filter as a semi-dry 'cake'. Fluid loss is considerably less than that of traditional filter media.

  • NO disposal costs: The cake itself can be recycled, eliminating specialist disposal costs.

  • Minimal running costs: Manually cleaned magnetic filters require no additional power. Self-cleaning filters only require a small amount of power for the cleaning process.

  • More environmentally responsible


  • Less fluid used: More efficient filtration means fluids retain their essential properties for longer giving extended fluid life.

  • Contamination can be recycled: Ferrous contamination is collected and can
    be easily recycled as a single material.
  • Reduced pollution: No contaminated filter media ends up in landfill.

  • Increased productivity


  • Maintain flow rates: High flow rates can be maintained without affecting filtration efficiency. Fluid does not flow through filter media so flow is uninterrupted. Flow rates are determined by your process requirements, not by your filter.

  • No back pressure up: Even when the filter is 'full' there is no blinding or risk of burst filters, reducing downtime.

  • Reduced wear: Particles that pass through traditional filters act as an abrasive, wearing parts, machinery and product. Magnetic filters remove these particles.

  • Fine filtration: Conventional filtration media 5 microns and below can strip oils of anti-foaming, anti-bacteria and other additives. Micromag enables sub-micron filtration without affecting the oil's characteristics.