Permanent Magnetic filters use magnetic fields to separate and remove ferromagnetic particles and contaminants from fluids and gases. They have become increasingly popular in various industries due to their high efficiency and low maintenance requirements.

Permanent magnetic filters work on the same principle as magnetic filters, but they use permanent magnets instead of electromagnets to generate the
magnetic field.

The basic design of a permanent magnetic filter consists of a housing containing one or more magnetic cartridges. The cartridges are typically made of a ferromagnetic material, such as stainless steel, and contain permanent magnets, such as neodymium magnets, that are arranged in a specific pattern to generate a strong and uniform magnetic field