Based in Metro-Detroit Michigan, MPI designs, manufactures and services magnets, material handling and electronic inspection systems. MPI products are designed to be complete metal and foreign contamination control, and material handling solutions. MPI leads the industry by continuously engineering inventive magnetic equipment and advancing customer education.
Founded in 1981, MPI was formed to advance the development of permanent magnet technology used in industry. Along with the company’s initial mission to engender research and development, the founders also focused on customer education, which would allow users to better select and maintain purchased equipment. These cornerstones still guide the company and its management team.
MPI’s first goal was to improve the performance of permanent magnetic separators. Within five years, MPI was to implement dramatic changes in equipment design that are still in place today. As a result of MPI’s engineering and development efforts, easy-to-clean manually operated permanent magnets and self-cleaning automatic permanent magnetic separators are common worldwide.
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