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BUNTING Magnetics Europe Ltd - Articles and news items

Bunting reports record 2016 performance

Featured news  •  26 January 2017  •  Bunting Europe

“Our success in 2016 is built on the sales and marketing foundations built over the past three years,” reported Simon Ayling, Bunting Europe’s Managing Director…

Bunting acquire Master Magnets

Featured news  •  10 January 2017  •  Bunting Magnetics

Bunting Magnetics announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Master Magnets Ltd, a UK-based manufacturer of magnetic separation equipment…

Getting metal out of grain and cereals

Featured news  •  6 October 2016  •  BUNTING Magnetics Europe Ltd

A guide to the ideal location for magnetic separators and metal detectors in a grain and cereal processing plant…

Metal found in chocolate eclairs

Featured news  •  2 September 2016  •  BUNTING Magnetics Europe Ltd

Sainsbury and Morrisons remove metal contaminated products from shop shelves…

Getting metal out of chocolate

Featured news  •  8 August 2016  •  Bunting Magnetics

A Guide to the Best Locations for Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors in a Chocolate Production Line…

How to get metal out of baby food

Featured news  •  12 July 2016  •  Bunting Magnetics Europe

Baby food is just one example of a foodstuff that is generally processed in a slurry form with small sized solids…

Detecting metal in meat with meatLINE™

Featured news  •  23 May 2016  •  BUNTING Magnetics Europe Ltd

The meatLINE™ Metal Separator for vacuum fillers has been launched by Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd to provide processors with a solution to the problem of metal contamination in meat slurries and pastes…

‘Ingesting metal fragments can cause injury’ states the FDA

Featured news  •  19 April 2016  •  BUNTING Magnetics Europe Ltd

In a 7 page document, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) highlights that metal fragments in food may cause dental damage, lacerations of the mouth or throat, or laceration or perforation of the intestine…


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