Magnetic filters

Magnetic filter MFGH

The filters work according to the principle of positive-negative alternating magnetic turbulence-free shocking, in which not only the magnetic but also the non-magnetic particles are captured and are therefore much easier to separate.

Their advantages

  • Without filter aids
  • Low maintenance
  • Particularly robust and shock-resistant design

Short info

  • Strong magnetic fields
  • 6 different sizes
  • Complete utilisation of positive-negative alternating magnetic turbulence-free shocking


The filter is installed vertically in the pipe, observing the inlet and outlet connections (note the direction arrows). It is practical to provide the filter with a drain tap.


These filters are so-called in-line filters. These filters work on the principle of negative positive alternating turbulence-free magnetising and supplementary sieve filtration.


  • Water filtration
  • Brake test stands
  • Oil filtration of hydraulic systems


The liquid is conveyed vertically onto the magnetic core and in turn is removed vertically from the strongly acting magnetic field in the outflow chamber. The micro-sized foreign particles, which have been agglomerated into large flakes by shocking, form a highly permeable filter cake in the sieve tube, which significantly improves the filter fineness and extends the service life of the filter. A particularly large sludge chamber is provided for the sludge. The magnetic turbulence-free shocking described prevents bacterial decomposition of the liquid, e.g. in the case of emulsion. Clogging of pipes and valves is prevented.


Compact design

Made in Germany

No consumables

Low maintenance

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Data sheet

Standard sizesMFGH-150MFGH-200MFGH-300MFGH-400MFGH-600
e ø146146146146273
fR1 1/2"R2"R2"R2"---
Weight approx. (kg) 1213182360
Flow rate max. (l/min) emulsion * 150200300400500
bar1616161615/NW100 10/NW125

Sieve fineness 0.1 mm + 0.63 mm / pressure loss 0.1 bar

*Definition of flow rate: Emulsions and aqueous media approx. 1 mm²/sec at 20 °C and oils up to 15 mm²/sec at 20 °C.
The maximum flow rate of the filter is indicated; depending on the machining process and the degree of contamination, the flow rate may be lower.

Subject to technical changes in the interest of progress.

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