earth plate

earth plate

1. An earth electrode in the form of a buried metal plate.
2. British term for buried plate electrode.
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BUNTING MAGNETICS EUROPE, a leading supplier of magnetic separators and metal detectors, reports it has secured its largest single export order from a German processing plant designer and builder--the record order is to manufacture and supply 63, high-strength, Rare Earth Plate Magnets, which will be installed in a tobacco manufacturing operation in Indonesia.
They use earth plate tectonics (the large sections of the earth's surface that shifts) as a metaphor for visualizing human interactions.
Superstrength Rare Earth Plate Magnets utilize the power of Erium[R] 3000, a high quality (neodymium-boron-iron) permanent power source.
The U-shaped trap's smooth bowl design gradually spreads the chunky product flow to the face of the Super Strength Rare Earth Plate Magnet where the tramp metal is removed.