R.B. Patel, Electro Magnetic Industries
Demand is becoming more value-based with the crushing & screening OEMs setting stringent quality and performance standards for their plants.
R.B. Patel, Managing Director

To bring more value to the crushing & screening industry, we will continue to expand our product range, with specialized products and services.
We started the company in 1978 for manufacturing of vibrating equipment & magnetic separators. The next big leap came in the 1982’s, when, to provide value added solutions, the company started manufacturing vibratory motors.

Today, Electro Magnetic Industries is offering a comprehensive range of vibrating motor, vibratory screens, vibrating feeder, metal detector & magnetic separator to industries. Our magnetic separators are designed for mobile, stationary, and tracked plants in capacities of 100 to 250 tph, to separated out iron particles.

We are doing reverse engineering and backward integration in our manufacturing processes to counter the rising cost of raw materials.
Components and supporting products of crushing and screening companies must be flexible and durable. This is because plant owners are going for larger number of trains to optimize crushing operations, including crushing of abrasive materials, through larger product variants, in order to have the desired throughput.

Given the higher cost of raw materials and fuel, our aim is to make cost-competitive yet high quality products that meet the standards of the OEMs. We have also done backward integration in our manufacturing processes as a solution to the rising costs of raw materials.

Electro Magnetic Industries

Our solutions are designed to meet demand for the rated level of product output to be delivered along with availability of equipment.
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