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1. Version 10 .0 – J une 20 14 User Manual Sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnet ic Fe - filter , series SF M Suit ed for removal of ferromagnetic parts out of fluids and powders under pressure The descriptions and pictures in this manual, used for explanation, may differ from your execution. We have enclosed the as - built drawing of the delivered article. GOUDSMIT M agnetic Systems B . V . P.O. Box 18 5580 AA Waalre Petunialaan 19 5582 HA Waalre The Netherlands Tel. (+31) (0)40 22 13283 Internet www.goudsmitmagnets.com E - mail info@goudsmitmagnets.com

21. Storage and Dismantling User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 21 Storage and Dismantling Storage If the device will not be used for a long period of time, we advise to store the device in a dry, safe place and to conserve fragile and/or sensitive parts. Dismantling / scrapping On scrapping and/or disposal of the devic e’s parts separately, take into account the different nature and dangers of the components (magnets, iron, aluminium, electrical parts, insulating materials, etc.) and ensure safe disposal . Preferably entrust the task to a specialised company, and always o bserve the local regulations in regard to disposal of industrial waste.

2. Version overview of standard manual User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 2 Vers ion overview of standard manual Version Date Description 10 06 - 2014 First saved version of the English version of the user manual. With new product Key name

3. Introduction User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 3 Introduction Read this manual and make sure that you fully understand its contents before commissioning and operating the machine. If you have any queries or require further explanation regarding any subject related to the machine, please do not hesit ate to contact GOUDSMIT Magnetic Systems B.V. All technical information contained in this manual, together with any relevant drawings and technical descriptions we supply, remain our property. It may not be duplicated or disclosed without our prior writte n permission. The user manual can be ordered together with the device description and/or the article number as well as the order number (ORxxxxxx). • This manual and the declaration by the manufacturer are part of the machine. • They must remain with the machine, even if it is sold. • The manual must be made available to all operators, service technicians, and others who work with the machine throughout its life cycle.

10. Safety User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 10 Danger of magnetic field The magnets generate a powerful magnetic field that strongly attracts ferromagnetic (Fe) materials. Always take into account that these materials may suddenly be drawn towards the magnet , very powerfully . This applies to steel work benches and steel tools, but also to Ferromagnetic materials carried on your person, such as coins in your wallet or your keys. M ake use of non - magnetic tools and workbenches fitted with a wooden worktop and preferably a non - Fe frame (for instance stainles s steel). Always be aware that Fe rromagnetic parts will be attracted -- even personal items - if you are closer than 0.3 meter to a magnet. Danger - strong magnetic field! People fitted with pacemakers should on no account enter the magnet ic field (within a radius of 1 meter). Prohibited for people with pacemakers ! Credit cards, chip cards, computer disks/tapes, computer screens, watches, etc. may be damaged or destroyed if they enter the magnetic field (within a radius of 0.5 meter). Danger for magnetic cards ! ! ! !

20. Spare parts User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 20 Spare parts As a result of the robustness and quality of GOUDSMIT magnetic systems products the device possesses high operational reliability. When however a specific component requires replacement, the correct component can be ordered by quoting the type number stated on the identification plate or on one of the drawing(s) added to this user manual in the added data sheet . The spare parts are mostly wear parts, such as: The extractor tube unit, magnet bar unit and or sealing(s). We advise to have one or more sp are parts in stock when proven necessary! Following mutual consultation GOUDSMIT magnetic systems will arrange rapid and correct delivery.

5. General User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 5 General This user manual contains information for the correct operation and maintenance of your device. It also contains instructions for avoiding possible injury and serious damage and it allows a safe and as trouble - free functioning of the product as pos s ible. Read this manual thoroughly before putting the device into operation, familiarise yourself with the operation and control of the device and follow all instructions precisely. • The data publishe d in this instruction manual is based on the available information at the time of delivery. This is issued subject to later amendment. • We retain the right to amend or modify the construction and/or model of our products at any time whatsoever without any obligation to modify any previously supplied products a ccordingly. Ferromagnetism The working principle of the device rests on (Ferro)magnetism. Ferromagnetism is the basic mechanism by which certain materials such as iron cobalt and nickel can get magnetized when exposed to an externally applied magnetic f ield. Ma terials that remain magneti zed after the external magnetic field is removed, are called permanent magnets. Most magnetic materials lose their magnetism after the external magnetic field is removed. Most alloys of iron, cobalt and nickel are magneti c. However, some stainless steel alloys like AISI304 or AISI316 are only slightly magnetic. Because in most cases it will be Fe parts that will be Ferro - magnetically influenced, we will use the term ‘Fe’ in this user manual when we mean ferromagnetic mate rial

12. Device description User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 12 Cleaning Minimum 2 x per day cleaning (Fe disposal) of the device – or more / less often when the magnets filter a lot / just a little Fe - is advised for an optimal Fe filtering and to pre vent Fe accumulation on the magnet bar tubes and the problems that can be caused by that. Clean magnets have the best filtering result. So, make sure you clean a little more than you think is necessary, to achieve a satisfactory result of the magnet device . For dirt cleaning: see chapter Maintenance Deliverable specials Higher product temperatures For higher product temperatures, up to about 200°C, there is the possibility of using other magnet material than the standard Neoflux® magnets inside the magnet bars. Abrasive products If you have an abrasive product, we can supply the magnet bars and /or inside housing with a suitable protective coating and or other surface treatment . Use in FOOD product flows The S FM hygienic sanitary magnetic filter can be u sed satisfactory in specific food and pharma product flow s . It’s standard execution already is deli vered in SS AISI316 (L), but can also be manufactured in combination with other – for instance prescribed or delivered by customer – food improved materials. Standard s urface treatme n t is hand polishing. For use in FOOD flows however, electrolytic polishing or other additional surface treatment is recommended . ATEX The magnetic filter is ATEX II 3D compatible on the outside, for use in Ex dust zone 22. When c omponents are built - on or built - in which carry their own identification plate, then these components can cause the overall device to be not suited for use in Ex dust zone 22. See Identification plate(s) and spec’s for exact Ex codes. It is however always u sers own responsibility to take the right precautions when using the magnetic filter in Ex zone 22, like in - time cleaning to prevent for thick accumulating dust layers, and suitable grounding measures. Read this manual thoroughly for all ATEX measures. Wh en you want an ATEX certificate to come with the Magnet, then it is necessary to specifically request so when the order is given. Extra price will be charged!

9. Safety User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 9 Safety Regularly check that all warning pictograms are still present and legible, and clean if necessary. Make sure that new pictograms are applied a t their correct location s if they have been lost or damaged. General The devic e is provided with safegua rds where neces sary. Make sure every person who comes in contact with the device , wear s adequate personal protection ( overalls, safety glasses, hearing protectors, helmet, steel - toed safety shoes etc .). Areas of the device considered dangerous are marked w ith warning pictograms . If the device remains easily accessible to persons, then extra safety precautions (e.g. fencing) must be installed. When safeguards are not possible , make sure clear instructions are given to people using the device . Danger of dust explosion If this device is made according to an EX dust category (1D/2D/3D, acc. to ATEX equipment directive 2014/34/EU ) it can accordingly be used in a dust zone (20/21/22, acc. to ATEX wor kplace D irective 99/92/EC). The Ex category is the n described on the identification plate. Make sure that the device complies to the correct explosion category . Danger – dust explosion ! (no sticker on device) Also check if the identification plates of mounted parts show the correct Ex - catego ry for the Ex zone in which the device will be used. !

16. Installation User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 16 Installation Transport and placing procedures • Clear the area under the magnet during lifting and transport. • Bolt the joints / flanges of t he device tightly to the inlet and outlet joint / flange of your product channel. Improper alignment and loose assembly may cause leakage of raw product. • Ensure that the product channels are strong enough to support the weight of the magnetic filter and r aw product in it. Reinforce them when necessary. The weight of the device is stated on the identification plate • Install the magnetic filter in a well reachable height for the operators when possible. A suitable height eases the working, cleaning and Fe disposal process. • Work safely; make sure there is enough working space, use proper scaffolding, lifting devices, ladders and other help materials, so the device can be lifted, transported and installed without safety risks. Magnet bar protection The m agnetic filter has fragile extractor tubes and or fragile magnet bar tubes. The tubes have a small wall thickness, which has the advantage of ensuring a high grade of Fe separation . Disadvantage is that large, heavy Fe and/or other parts in the product flo w can easily create bumps in the tubes . Ensure that large, heavy parts are filtered out of your product flow before it passes the magnetic filter! Advise: place a sieve (filter) in front of the magnetic filter! S ee also chapter Maintenance Damage to the magnet bar and or extractor tubes and/or damage caused by damaged tubes (when used) is not covered by guarantee. Gasket material / grounding To prevent the build - up of static electricity, make sure there is metal bridge between the magnetic device / product channel and the installation. The completed installation must also be grounded .

7. General User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 7 Delivery General Check the shipment imme diately on delivery for: ˗ Possible damage and/or shortcomings as a result of transport. If so, a sk the transporter to draw up a transport damage report. ˗ Completeness of the delivery/deliveries, the absence of anything (additionally) ordered. Always immedi ately contact GOUDSMIT magnetic systems in the event of any damage and/or mistaken delivery. Identification plate On the device you will find an identification plate as pictured below. Information on this plate is of great importance in case of service . That is why we advise to maintain this plate on the device at all times. Ensure that it is always legible by cleaning regularly . Product key: Item no.: Serial no.: ORxxxxxx-xxx-xxx II 3D c T140°C KEM A 08 A TEX0178 0344 ww w .goudsmitmagnets.com W eight: Y ear: Don’t forget to make note of the Serial n umber and Identification number in case of breakdown(s) and or delivery of spare parts. If your identification plate is damaged, contact us and we will send a new one as soon as possible. Product key Identification num b er Device w eight [kg] Y ear of p roducti on ID - number Notified body Example ATEX code (if ordered) Serial number

17. Start - up User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 17 Start - up Before start - up, make sure that: • The device or the installation has no damages or malfunctions. • All connections (electrical, mechanical, pneumatic) have been made properly. • The device or the installation is placed and situated correctly. • All protective covers (if applicable) have been fitted correctly. • That all objects larger than 10mm are blocked fr om entering the product channel. • The device is thoroughly cleaned, internally and externally. • The product does not fall into the magnet device, from a greater height than 10 meters. • There are no other sources of danger present. During start - up, make sure t hat: • The device or the installation has no damages or malfunctions. • All other parts of the device or installation function as described.

18. Maintenance User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 18 Maintenance Magnetic systems attract Ferromagnetic particles. Regular cleaning is essential. A clean magnet functions considerably better All parts are best cleaned with pressurized air and/or a soft cloth. It’s also possible to deep clean with special cle aning fluids that do not harm the material. Ensure that these fluids do not contaminate the product Regularly check that all warning pictograms and the identification plate are present at the correct locations on the device. If warning pictograms or the i dentification plate should get lost or damaged, immediately apply new ones to the original locations. Always inform operating personnel regarding planned inspections, maintenance, repairs or if attending to breakdowns. Magnet bars • As a following of the passing product (abrasive or not) and the Fe contamination the magnet bars / extractor tubes can wear out sooner or later. Wear as a following of abrasive product can be reduced by coating the outside bars, with for inst ance tungsten carbide. Please contact GOUDSMIT magnetic systems for advice. • During maintenance and or cleaning one has to be careful with the magnet bars to prevent them from getting damaged. • Heavy parts (Fe or product), may hit the bar in a way that bum ps occur. The bumps will possibly block the movement of the magnet bars inside the SS tubes (extractor type) and so damage the magnet material, or damage the magnet material underneath the SS protection bushes or tubes (non - extractor type) . When a magn et bar and or extractor tube is damaged it has to be replaced by another (spare) one immediately to prevent further damage to the magnet bar and or cleanflow. The damaged bar and or extractor tube can be sent to Goudsmit Magnetic Systems for repair/revisio n. Replace magnet bars / extractor tubes • Send the complete magnet bar unit to Goudsmit Magnetic Systems . • Dismount the damaged magnet bar by loosening the bolt in the end plate. Send the magnet bar to Goudsmit Magnetic Systems . Cleaning & ATEX To prevent explosion risk, avoid dust clouds and the build - up of dust layers. If dust particles or layers heat up they may ignite and burn. This in turn can ignite airborne dust clouds and cause an explosion.

11. Device description User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 11 Device description Intended use / user indications Products Suited for separation of ferromagnetic* (Fe) particles out of fluids and powders under pressure, grain size up to 0.5 mm such as flour, su gar, soy, spices, plastics, etc. Not suited for products that are too sticky and/or badly flowing or raw materials with particle size over 0.5 mm. Fe particles Suited for use in product flows with Fe particles of 30 μm and larger, dependant on magnet type . See product specs for exact values. Product has to be free from Fe or other parts that can cause damage to the magnet bar tubes (like dents/bumps) . Mechanical sieving is advised when necessary. When filtering of even smaller or soft - magnetic (like SS) Fe particles is required, then this can be achieved by even more powerful Neoflux® magnets! Temperatures Suited for surrounding temperatures of - 20°C up to +40°C and for product temperatures up to +60°C or higher, or up to 200°C with special high temp magne t material, dependant on magnet type. See product spec ification s for exact values. The magnet is to be protected against higher temperatures than prescribed, because the magnet might lose magnetic force permanently when exposed to high temperatures . Free space Make sure that there is approximately 0 . 5 meter of free space around the magnetic filter to perform and ease the cleaning, inspection and maintenance operation, like mounting or dismounting the magnet bars . Pressure Operating pressure in the product channel has to be less then ... bar. Testing pressure .... bar. See article spec ification s for exact values. Noise level --- Vibrations The magnet is to be protected against strong external vibrations, because the magnet might lose magnetic force permanentl y and or the brittle ceramic magnet material might break. (Have to be much stronger then normal machine/motor vibrations to be able to damage the magnet material; hammering on a magnet, or placing it on a vibrational feeder might for instance cause magnet power loss.) * ferromagnetic : see chapter General/ Ferromagnetism

6. General User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 6 Conditions of supply and guarantee The conditions of supply are the “General Conditions for the supply and erection of mechanical, electrical and electronic products” (SE01) , published by Orgalime , in Brussels. These conditions can also - if desired – be requested by writing to Goudsmit Magnetic Systems B.V., as also mentioned in our written quotation. The guarantee prescriptions are mentioned in these conditions The guarantee on your equipment will be void if: ˗ Service and maintenance are not perfor med in accordance with the instruction manual or by servicemen who are not especially trained to do the work. We strongly recommend that specific magnetic service and maintenance be car ried out by Goudsmit personnel). ˗ Modifications are made to the equipme nt witho ut our prior written permission. ˗ N on - original parts or non 1 00% exchangeable parts are used. ˗ L ubrication products other than those prescribed are used. ˗ T he equipment is used injudiciously, incorrectly, negligently or not in accordance with its inte nt and/or purpose (see chapter “Intended use / user instructions”). All parts that are subject to wear are excluded from the guarantee . Remaining remarks / warnings • Use the device only for the application for which it has been designed (see chapter “ Intended use / user instructions” ). • Use the device only when it is in technically perfect condition, and ensure that all protective hoods or inspection covers, including all safety circuits, have been fitted and installed in the correct manner . • Ensure that device maintenance is appropriate and in accordance with the instructions provided in this user manual . • Any eventual faults, in particular those that may influence safety, should be attended to immediately and remedied before renewed operation. Should you , after estimating the risks of an unsolved fault, still think it is safe to keep the device into operation, then warn the operators and maintenance staff of these faults and the danger(s) caused by these faults.

8. General User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 8 Description ATEX certification If the device is ordered for use in an explosive (dust) zone and with ATEX certification , t hen a marking is added to the identification data which describes the category to which the device complies: • Code example: II 3 D c T1 4 0°C • Explanation: II  explosion group (I is underground mining, II is other) 3 D  Category (1 = very high, 2 = high, 3 = normal) (D = dust) Zone (20 , 21 , 22) (zone covered by ATEX ) c  Type of e x plosion protection used by Goudsmit T1 4 0°C  Maximum permitted surface temperature If the device complies to category 1D or 2D , then the name and number of the certifying entity are also ad ded to the identification plate, as also the certification number of the device. The final ATEX classification of the composed apparatus can be lower than the ATEX marking indicated on the main identification plate, if the mounted parts have a lower ATEX marking. ATEX explosive zone measures • If the devic e has been ordered for use in a potentially e xplosive area, make sure that no higher surface temperature arises then permitted by ATEX. The ATEX marking on the Goudsmit identification plate only applies to the prod uct produced by Goudsmit Magnetic Systems B . V . • The ATEX certified magnetic device requires additional purchase parts to be certified to the ATEX Directive . This includes control units, connection box(es), switch(es), sensor(s) and pneumatic parts , etc . Make sure that these ar e fitted by qualified personnel! • If the device is placed in storage or has a lon ger standstill , make sure the device is emptied and cleaned. • The device must be grounded, if a gasket is used between the device and the larger install ati on. Attach a metal strip between the housing of the device and the installation , to make sure the device is grounded . • All screw connections inside the device must be secured against loosening . The ATEX purchase parts are provided with their own ATEX mar kings. Make sure no particles > 10 mm a re present in the product flow. These can damage the magnet or extractor bars or cause impact sparks. If necessary install a mechanical filter (siev e) before the separating equipment !

15. Device description User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 15 Magnet bar cleaning / Fe disposal Minimum 2x per day cleaning (Fe disposal) of the device – or more / less often when the magnets filter a lot / just a little Fe - is advised for an optimal Fe filterin g and to prevent Fe accumulation on the magnet bar tubes and the problems that can be caused by that. Clean magnets have the best filtering result. So, make sure you clean a little more than you think is necessary, to achieve a satisfactory result of the m agnet device. More cleaning: see chapter Maintenance Pay attention to personal dangers / wear protective clothing, glasses, shoes and hand gloves: Drawing: Cleaning of magnetic filter Fe disposal working order: 1. Stop the product flow . 2. Loosen the screw lid . 3. Shove the assembl ed magnet unit out o f the device . Only with extractor type : 4. Shove the magnet bar unit out of the extractor tube unit (loosen the magnet loc king device first when present) . • catch the Fe parts that will now fall off the tubes . • place the magnet bar unit far enough away from the extract or tube unit on a clean surface . 5. Sweep with a brush or soft cloth and or blow the extractor tubes clean (not in the direction of or over the magnet bars!) on in - and outside . 6. Clean the magnet bars s when necessary (with a soft cloth and or a suitab le S tainless S teel cleaning fluid) . Only with extractor type: 7. S hove back the magnet bar unit into the extractor tube unit after tightening the locking device ; make sure that no (new) dirt gets trapped in - between the magnet bars and extractor tubes! 8. Shove the assembled magnet bar unit back into the device . 9. Tighten the fastener ( s ) or screw lid . 10. (Re - )Start the product flow . Take out magnets

19. Malfunctions/Service User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 19 Malfunctions/Service CAUTION! Improper handling of the magnet device may lead to damages. Potential damage to body and or property! • Any repair to GOUDSMIT magnet devices may be performed by qualified personnel only. • Be aware that permanent magnets attra ct ferromagnetic material with great force when it gets in reach of the magnetic field  danger of getting jammed ! • Consult GOUDSMIT MAGNETIC SYSTEMS service Malfunctions In case of malfunctions, consult the following table in order to determine the cause of the malfunction and its possible remedy. In case a specific malfunction can’t be found in the table, consult the GOUDSMIT Magnetic Systems service. Failure Possible cause Possible solution Magnet does not filter ferromagnetic (Fe) particles or filter s them badly Magnet bar is (too) overloaded with Fe parts Clean the magnet more often Not - attracted objects are not ferromagnetic Check whether particles to be separated are ferromagnetic, using a permanent magnet Ferromagnetic parts close to the magn et bars reduce the magnetic field Check whether ferromagnetic material is in the vicinity of the filter . If so, then replace by non - ferromagnetic constructions, like aluminium or non - magnetic SS. Extractor type filters: Magnets do not move in the tubes a nymore, or move badly Tube is dented Take bar out and replace the extractor tube and or magnet bar To much Fe on tube(s) Clean magnet bars more often Customer service Please have the following information available if you require customer service assi stance: • Identification plate (complete) • Type and extent of the problem • Time the problem occurred and any accompanying circumstances • Assumed cause

13. Device description User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 13 Working principle Drawing: Quick - cleaning of magnetic filter = with extractor unit Photo: filter with extractor unit Photo: filter with one magnet on lid • The hygienic sanitary magnetic filter SFM is specially designed to meet the demands of the foods tuffs industry. It has no nooks and crannies on the inside and is (hand) polished smooth on the inside and outside. • In the product channel (a) Neoflux ® magnet bar ( s ) is/ are placed. • These magnet bars are tubes with a magnet package inside. • The material flow always passes minimum 1 magnet bar very close. • The Fe - containing material will be attracted by the magnets and will "cling" onto the extractor tube ( s ) , while the filtered product flows further. • The Fe will stay on the tube ( s ) until it will be removed manua lly. This “cleaning” of the magnets can be done by: • Extractor type filter : taking out the complete magnet unit ( magnet unit out ) and subsequently pulling the magnet bar unit out of the extractor unit after loosening the securing bolt. • 1 bar type filter : ta king out the magnet bar by the lid and removing the Fe parts by manual sweeping of (use cloth and gloves to prevent for injuries) Magnet bar Product I N Product O UT Magnet unit Out Fe falls Off Extractor unit

14. Device description User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 14 Construction Photo: m agnetic filter SFM Photo: mag n etic filter SFM with magnet bar in flow direction • The hygienic sanitary magnetic filter SFM standard has connection joints according DIN 1185 1 for easy mounting to your product channel. Other joints are available on request . • The magnetic filter has: • S ev eral magnet bars, screwed or welded onto the top lid, in a 90° direction to the flow direction with the extractor type filter. • 1 magnet bar welded to top lid, length in flow direction, with 1 magnet type filter. • For disposing the filtered Fe parts from the magnet unit, the assembled magnet bar unit has to be taken out the product channel. This can be done after first loosening the screw lid off the housing. • The magnet bar is a thin SS tube with a magnet package inside , all sanitary welded. • The magnet bar u nit has a hand knob or hand grip ( s ) for easy lifting out of the product channel . • The extractor tubes are welded or bolted to an end plate, which together form the extractor unit . The housing opening can be closed by screwing the screw lid onto it. The screw lid then clamps a sealing ring onto the housing. T he sealing rings are applied in all filter openings. Screw lid Extractor tubes Product IN/OUT Magnet bars Hand knob Hand knob Sealing ring Large Ø Magnet bar, welded to top lid Hand grip

4. List of contents User manual for sanitary Neoflux® permanent magnetic Fe - filter, type S F M 4 List of contents Version overview of standard manual ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 2 Introduction ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 3 List of contents ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 4 General ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 5 Ferromagnetism ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ... 5 Conditions of supply and guarantee ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 6 Delivery ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 7 General ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 7 Identification plate ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 7 Description ATEX certification ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 8 ATEX explosive zone measures ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 8 Safety ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 9 General ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 9 Danger of dust explosion ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 9 Danger of magnetic field ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 10 Device description ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 11 Intended use / user indications ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 11 Deliverable specials ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 12 Working principle ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 13 Construction ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 14 Magnet bar cleaning / Fe disposal ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 15 Installation ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 16 Transport and placing procedures ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 16 Magnet bar protection ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 16 Gasket material / grounding ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 16 Start - up ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 17 Maintenance ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 18 Mag net bars ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 18 Replace magnet bars / extractor tubes ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 18 Cleaning & ATEX ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 18 Malfunctions/Service ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 19 Spare parts ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 20 Storage and Dismantling ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................ 21

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