Industrial Magnetics, Inc. Offers No Cost, Onsite Evaluation of Existing Magnetic Separation Equipment

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IMI is offering a no obligation, plant audit to companies interested in evaluating the performance of their existing magnetic separation equipment.

Magnetic Pull Test Kit

A Pull Test Kit is used for testing magnetic separation equipment

Industrial Magnetics, Inc. (IMI) is offering a free, no obligation, plant audit to companies interested in evaluating the performance of their existing magnetic separation equipment.

As magnets can potentially lose strength over time due to factors such as wear, damage, and exposure to heat or electrical surges, it is important to routinely examine the magnetic equipment to ensure that it is operating within an acceptable threshold.

For companies choosing to participate in a Free Plant Audit, a qualified IMI technician will perform an onsite evaluation to perform objective and measured strength testing of existing magnetic equipment, test end product for metal contaminant levels, identify key areas where magnets should be installed to enhance operating performance and offer a comparative and cost analysis for new or upgraded magnetic equipment.

Upon completion of the audit, full documentation will be presented to the customer, along with recommendations for correctable action that may need to be taken in order to return the magnet to its optimal performance level.

Additionally, if there is a minimum qualifying purchase resulting from the Free Plant Audit, IMI will provide a Pull Test Kit (a $400 value) at no charge, allowing the customer the ability to self-monitor their magnetic equipment on a regular basis.

Industrial Magnetics, Inc. also offers free product testing at their onsite R&D facility which features hundreds of magnets, weigh scales and PPM analyzers for use in determining the proper magnetic solution for an application. They are currently featuring a “Trade-In/Upgrade” promotion on certain magnetic separators, which allows a customer to trade-in their old magnetic equipment for a discount off of a new, stronger model.

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