Conveyor Magnet Options From IPES International

IPES International makes conveyor magnets to remove ferrous steel and other magnetic materials during burdens on fast-moving conveyors. Conveyor magnets aid with shredded tire processing, pallet recycling, processing at MRF’s, wood/plastic recycling, and dealing with crushed or broken stone. IPES uses exclusive magnetic circuitry featuring high-grade Ceramic-8A magnetic material. With complete stainless steel magnet housing,… Read more »

Why Drum Magnets Are a Worthwhile Investment

With December on its way, chances are you’ll be hearing “The Little Drummer Boy” on the radio this holiday season. Speaking of drums, IPES International makes magnetic drum separators. These big boy toys– well, ok, they’re not toys, per se–do the efficient job of extracting ferrous material from dry, bulk products running through free-flowing processing… Read more »

Electro-Magnetic Separators Aid Businesses in Many Industries

IPES International makes electro-magnetic separators, which use copper or aluminum coils with Class H insulation and direct current to create a strong magnetic field, therefore separating ferrous material from non-ferrous material during crushing, screening and sorting industrial processes.  Electro-magnetic separators can be designed to work well in unusual processing conditions and hazardous environments. IPES uses… Read more »

What Makes IPES Magnetic Sweepers Unique?

Here at IPES International, we understand the need to set ourselves apart from other manufacturers. These days, choices are seemingly limitless, so we know we need to be firing on all cylinders to continue to earn the loyalty of our customers. When it comes to our magnetic sweepers, for example, we focus on a variety… Read more »

Remove Ferrous Metals With Magnetic Drawers

IPES International makes magnetic drawer-in-housing separators. These are multi-level grate magnets in stainless steel housing, made of Ceramic-8A or Rare Earth-Neodymium, offering a strong, high intensity, high gradient magnetic field to remove ferrous/tramp metals from free-flowing materials. You would typically find drawer-in-housing separators in or below hoppers, in closed chutes, floor openings, and catch bins…. Read more »

What Can A Conveyor Magnet Do For You?

No one likes taking out the trash. Rounding up household garbage, carrying heavy, often torn bags outside, and dragging those bulky totes down the driveway can be a cumbersome process.  As much as people hate these types of tasks, they rarely imagine what it would be like if they were even more difficult. For example,… Read more »

Rare Earth Neodymium or Ceramic-8 Magnetic Head Pulleys

IPES International’s magnetic pulleys are used in conveyor systems to remove ferrous metal from the product flow. They’re offered in two types: Rare Earth Neodymium or Ceramic-8. Ceramic magnets came into existence in the 1950s, and in the 1980s neodymium magnets were invented. So what’s the difference? Ceramic magnets are made out of powdered barium… Read more »

4 Interesting Facts About IPES’ Industrial Magnets

For nearly 20 years, IPES International has helped countless clients find the right industrial magnet for their specific needs. As evidenced by our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, our products are known for their high quality, and our customer service is second to none. Let’s take a look at a few interesting tidbits… Read more »

Four Ways IPES International Can Make Your Industrial Business More Efficient

Anyone who’s ever worked in the industrial sector knows the importance of efficiency. At its core, efficiency is all about conserving the valuable resources you have. These resources are often in human form, but other times they are inanimate objects, like supplies and equipment. Some resources are intangible and more difficult to measure.  To demonstrate… Read more »

How are industrial magnets used?

IPES International is an American company based in Pittsburgh making industrial magnets used in a wide variety of industries. Magnets have the power to do heavy lifting that would otherwise break most men’s backs. Magnets can be used to lift, move and drop heavy loads. The shipping, manufacturing and construction industries often rely on industrial… Read more »