Which Magnetic Separator Articles Proved Popular in 2017?
In 2017, we have posted 48 articles and news stories on a wide range of subjects from metal contaminated food, environmental issues of plastic waste, and review of major trade shows such as Waste 17 and Interplas.
But which ones proved to be the most popular?
Here’s the top 10.
The 8th of 10 myths on Magnetic Separation was published in February and highlighting how difficult it is to block out a magnetic field.
This is one of the ‘Perfect Plant’ series of blogs, first published in March 2016, assessing a typical plastic plant and highlighting the best locations to remove metal contamination.
On their website, the US FDA review the issue of metal contamination and highlight the dangers of consuming food products contaminated with metal.
For the UK’s Food Safety Week in June, we looked at recent high profile cases of metal being found in food and investigate how these problems could have been prevented.
The 10th of the 10 Magnetic Separator myths was published in March, looking at the difficulties of cleaning high strength magnets and providing some simple solutions.
This article, assessing the best ways to remove metal from shredded rubber, was first published in April 2016, but still remains popular.
This article was published in April 2015 and highlights the challenges and solutions of separating stainless steel.
In the week prior to the UK’s recycling and waste show RWM17, we investigated three facts on how the UK handles and recycles our waste.
In January, we announced the acquisition of one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors, Master Magnets.
Despite the huge news coverage and interest in the acquisition of Master Magnets, the most read blog in 2017 was an article first published in August 2016. The technical article explains the difference between an Axial and Radial Magnetic Field when used in a Magnetic Separator such as a Drum Magnet or Magnetic Pulley.
We hope that you’ve enjoyed reading our news and blogs in 2017 and please keep reading in 2018!