Manufacturers of food products have appreciated the main advantages of using magnetic-impulse installations IM: efficiency, reliability, cost-effectiveness, safety and durability. It is noted that due to the non-contact method of impact on the surfaces to be cleaned, patented by RPE “MITEK” LLC, the integrity of the structures of objects is guaranteed, and the integration of magnetic-impulse equipment into existing APCS systems allows optimizing the production process, releasing additional personnel and achieving maximum performance indicators, as well as increasing the quality of the output products.

There are many bulk materials used in this industry, whose sticking and hanging in various containers bring significant losses to business owners. The introduction of installations IM permits you to quickly solve this problem, not only eliminating, but also preventing its occurrence in the future, thereby providing a competitive advantage.

The following types of magnetic-impulse installations have found application here: IM1-2,4-n,  IM3-0,8-n, IM3-1,1-n, IM3-1,5-n (where n is the number of installation channels – two executive mechanisms in each channel).

More details about the practice of using magnetic-pulse installations IM in the food industry:

Full list of installations IM in the food industry is available at this link.

Below is a video feedback on the experience of operating the IM installation for more than 20 years:

Due to the low cost of the final product in the food industry, the payback period for the introduction of magnetic-impulse systems for bridging and cleaning of hoppers is somewhat longer than, for example, in the mining or metallurgical industry. Therefore, the reliability of these systems should be maximized. This is the magnetic-impulse cleaning system produced by RPE “MITEK” LLC, which ensures trouble-free operation for many years to come, allowing you to repeatedly recoup your investment.

It is not so much the cost of the purchased equipment that should be assessed as the cost of ownership. In contrast to vibration and pneumatic systems, widely used before to eliminate suspended bulk materials, magnetic-impulse installations IM do not require maintenance costs and perform their function many times longer, and most importantly, much more efficiently.

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Magnetic-impulse installations IM:

  • ensure a sustainable release of material from equipped hoppers;
  • clean the walls of hoppers from adhered material;
  • provide efficient filter regeneration;
  • operation in an energy-saving mode, operating costs are minimal;
  • basically do not require reconstruction of hoppers when equipping them;
  • do not violate the integrity of the walls of the hoppers;
  • compatible with strain gauge systems for controlling the weight of material in hoppers;
  • comply with the requirements of the Directives and harmonized technical regulation of the European Union on electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility;
  • applicable in hazardous areas of class 22, hazardous by ignition of combustible dust in accordance with the ATEX Directive;
  • easily integrated into modern automated process control systems;
  • reliable and durable (according to technical conditions – 10 years, in practice, some installations have already been in operation for more than 25 years).
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Advantages of IM installations
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Advantages of IM installations