Magnetic Fluid Line Filters
Trap the iron that damages your tools
Magnetool permanent magnet filters or fluid line filters reduce tool and work piece damage caused by ferrous metal chips, filings, and dust which get into coolant systems during burnishing, drilling, milling, grinding, broaching and other machining operations.
Installed on the return line, they prevent ferrous particles from flowing into reservoir and back to the work piece. Less down time due to tool breakage. More work hours between tool reconditions.
Cleaning sleeve assembly and tubes enclosing the magnets are stainless steel and never need replacing. Once installed in the coolant or lubricating system, no maintenance is required except for an occasional, quick, simple cleaning.
Alnico magnet material is standard. Neodymium magnet material is available for fine tramp iron (less than 35 microns) and weakly magnetic contaminations.
|Fluid Line Filters|
|MF-1, MF-2||Aluminum Housing with Alnico Magnets|
|MF-1S, MF-2 S||Stainless Steel Housing with Alnico Magnets|
|MF-1N, MF-2 N||Aluminum Housing with Neodymium Magnets|
|MF-1SN, MF-2SN||Stainless Steel Housing with Neodymium Magnets|
Note 1: Standard pipe thread is 1/2" NPT for MF-1 and 1" NPT for MF-2.
Note 2: Use reducers for other pipe sizes.
|Permanent Magnetic Filters|
|Model||Pipe Size in Inches||Maximum Pressure PSI||Capacity Gallons Per Min.||Net Weight in lbs|
Cleaning Sleeve Assembly
|Model MF-1 Permanent Magnet Filter||Model MF-2 Permanent Magnet Filter|
|Step One: To clean the MF-1 fluid line filter, remove outer case, exposing cleaning sleeve.||Step Two: Slide cleaning sleeve assembly down until clear of magnets. Trapped parts fall off.||Step One: To clean MF-2 fluid line filter turn handle at top until disengaged. Lift entire filtering unit out of housing.||Step Two: Slide cleaning sleeve down until clear of magnets. Trapped particles fall off immediately.|