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MAGNAFLUX S500/C CARBON FILTER Designed for the removal of Water Washable Penetrant and a mixture of Post Emulsifiable Penetrants and Remover from post rinse water.

The MAGNAFLUX S500 Carbon Filter Units are designed for the removal of water washable penetrants and a mixture of post emulsifiable penetrants and remover from post rinse water.

In addition, the S500 Carbon Filter Units may be used in conjunction with a coalescing filter (S500C) for the removal of post emulsifiable penetrant from prerinse water.

The S500 Carbon Filter Units comprise a pressure vessel fitted with the necessary inlet and outlet control valves. The filter media is activated carbon. The pump, operated by float switches, forces contaminated water to the top of the vessel and it passes downwards through the filter bed, during which time the contaminates are removed. Filtered water may be discharged direct to water, or recycled.

Specification and Operating Data
Floor Space 1200 x 1000 mm
Height 2600 mm
Continuous Service Flow Rate 500 Litres / hour
Carbon Volume 0.23 m3 (115 Kg)
Retention Time 27 Minutes
Contaminate Absorption Approx. 1 litre per kilogram of carbon
Operating Pressure Range 1.7 to 7 Bar
Backwash Manually Operated
Backwash Flow Rate 480 Litres / hour
Backwash Time 5 Minutes
Backwash Volume 400 Litres
Connections 1,25” I/D Hose
Electrical Supply 220 / 240 Volts
Single Phase, 50 Hertz
Fused at 6 Amps



MAGNAPURE Penetrant Wastewater Treatment System

MagnaPure™ is a fluorescent penetrant ozone wastewater treatment system used to reduce the FOG (fats, oils and greases) to less than 100ppm. This patent applied technology automatically processes penetrant wastewater while using minimal floor space (main cabinet is only 24" W x 40" L). It requires almost no maintenance - there are no filters to purchase, stock or change. It also eliminates the hauling expenses and bacteria and odor problems of penetrant wastewater.

- Specifications: Capable of processing penetrant wastewater. No replacement filters necessa r y, allows for discharge to drain (check with local Public Treatment Works Office).
- Operating Temperature: The system will meet the stated specifications if the ambient operating temperature is between 40°F and 85°F.
- Facilities Requirements: Power: Two Outlets; each 115v, 1 Phase, 60 hz. Also available in 220v/50 hz
- Space Required: Approximately 16 square feet.


- Requires minimal space (main cabinet is 24"W x 40 "L)
- Maintenance is minimal
- Eliminates expenses for hauling penetrant wastewater
- Eliminates bacteria and odor problems of penetrant wastewater
- No filters to purchase, stock or change
- AUTOM ATICALLY processes penetrant wastewater
- Patent Applied Technology

Three sizes available depending on your needs
MagnaPure™ 100: processing 100 gallons of penetrant wastewater per day
MagnaPure™ 300: processing 300 gallons of penetrant wastewater per day
MagnaPure™ 600: processing 600 gallons of penetrant wastewater per day


NANOFILTRATION IS A state-of-the-art technology for penetrant wastewater disposal. By minimizing disposal of used fluids, our systems provide important environmental benefits and highly attractive paybacks to users.

Nanofiltration membrane technology has the capability to highly reject multivalent ionic constituents and surfactants, approximately 96–98%. Monovalent ionic constituents, such as sodium and chloride, is rejected at a rate of about 45–50% and therefore reduces the net driving pressure of the system, thus reducing the overall BTU consumption of the unit.


Once in the process tank, the contaminated solution is then processed through a series of spiral wound nanofilter elements to mechanically reject chemically emulsified oil and grease and pass a purified solution as permeate without changing the composition of critical bath chemistry.

The clean permeate is directed to a clean storage tank or to a sewer, while the rejected oil and grease contaminants are concentrated into the 180 gallon process tank. Periodically the reject solution within the nanofiltration system is pumped out of the process tank into a customer supplied concentrate holding tank (waste bucket) for bulk hauling purposes.

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