Food processing industries are among the fastest growing sectors in India. With the expectation of delivering excellent quality finished products in everyday kitchen items, it is imperative to have clean and hygienic raw materials packed for sale. Magnetic separators are the lifeline in the food processing industries as they can remove impurities such as mud balls, black stones, ash, dirt, etc. which not only cleans the product but also protects the industrial parts and machinery.
Magnetic Destoner is a machine to eliminate stones by using its magnetic power. This machine is significant in food industries for removing stones from the food materials such as grains, pulses etc. We at Jaykrishna Magnetics Pvt. Ltd. are one of the leading manufacturer and exporter of Magnetic Equipment. With excellent engineering expertise, our company manufactures effective magnetic separator called magnetic destoner that is used for so many products. It is also used for chemicals, plastics, and minerals. Our machines are powerful and the product quality is excellent. With the highest standard of manufacturing using advanced technology, our company complies with the norms laid by the industry.
Depending on the type of products, high stone-removing efficiency, with magnetic conveyor belt, is more suitable like in the case of grains which may have more stones content in raw grain. Our machines provide effective solutions for removing mud balls and black stones from all types of grains.
“Are my customers buying my products that are guaranteed free of stones and other impurities?”
“Do I have any liability if a consumer finds something strange in the grains purchased from me/under my brand?”
“What if my customers find some stones/impurities in the product and decide to change the brand?”
The more important question at this point is what is the cost of a magnetic Destoner? What changes in my plant layout would be necessary to accommodate the machine? What size magnetic destoner is right for my needs? Do I want a fixed installation on my cooler or a remote unit I feed separately?