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Magnets Improve Filtration

      7/19/1999

Independent laboratory results show that rare earth magnets when used in conjunction with existing filters will result in remarkable reductions in the number and size of ferrous particles held in suspension in oil systems. These ferrous particles are the primary source of wear. If these particles can be removed or reduced in quantity and size, a reduction in wear will result. The standard oil filter is rated at 25 Microns. Ferrous particles small enough to pass through the filter continue to cause wear if not removed from the cycle. Rare earth magnets can reduce the presence of ferrous particle size to as small as 0.1 micron. Companies continue to reduce maintenance budgets and machines are expected to run for longer periods of time. Cost effective ways to reduce cost are continually sought. One Eye Industries Inc in Calgary (Alberta, Canada) through research and extensive field and laboratory testing has found the answer to effective reductions in maintenance budgets. MagScot Inc is now marketing these products to users throughout the world. In addition, MagScot Inc. is presently conducting field trials in natural gas fueled engines to test effectiveness of iron pyrite removal from natural gas engine fuel. More information: MagScot Inc, Joe Collins


 

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