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Eclipse Magnetics filters use powerful high-intensity neodymium magnet material to remove ferrous and para-magnetic particles – down to less than a micron in size – from fluids.

With an ever increasing focus being placed on environmental awareness and the associated regulatory compliances more companies are seeking new and environmentally driven products that can assist and maintain operational continuity. Magnetic filtration technology harnesses one of the most powerful natural energies available. Utilizing the very latest in rare earth magnetic materials, we have been able to design and produce a comprehensive product range that can be tailored to suit almost any fluid application.

Due to the extensive amount of processing required, ranging from drilling for oil through to the movement, storage and refining of the final product, there are many opportunities for contaminants to be introduced. Left unaddressed these contaminants can continue to generate more particles and in some cases render the fluid unusable.

Unlike conventional filtration media magnetic filters are capable of removing sub-micron sized contaminants with capacity to attract and hold large volumes. The fluid simply passes the high-intensity magnetic fields where the particles are attracted. Magnetic filters eliminate back pressure and the risk of a burst filter which is associated with media filtration.

Our filters are available for all applications ranging from 3/8" to 46" port sizes to suit installations in gas, oil and high pressure petro-chemical applications.


For complete protection in bulk fluid applications we recommend filters are installed in the following critical control points:

Incoming Bulk Lines

Qualifies the fuels entering storage and prevents settlement in the main tank.

Between The Tanks And Pumps

Cleanses the fuel leaving the tanks and protect the pumps from contamination developing in the tank, scale rust oxides and some gelling.

Point Of Sale

Micro filters mounted within the pump enclosure qualify the fuel at the point of sale.


A mix of contaminants, however mainly iron and ferrous oxides.

Magnets will attract a mixture of swarf / scale and coarse sub-micron particulate which has been released by the holding tank, pipe work or has been delivered via the supply tanker. In addition there will be fine particulate suspended in the fluids as oxides as well as different fibres, which tests have proven are also collected by the magnets.