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Magnetic drum separators have a wide range of applications. They are used in free-fall chutes or after a vibratory chute for powders (even fine powders), granulates, fibres and coarser product streams (non-sticky). They continuously and fully automatically separate ferromagnetic (Fe) particles, such as iron and steel.
If the material is supplied via a vibratory chute, it is possible to separate weakly magnetic particles, such as particles from machined stainless steel, and even paramagnetic particles. Due to the continuous cleaning, the drum magnet is very suitable for product flows with heavy magnetic particle contamination.
Goudsmit supplies various drum magnets:
A drum magnet is a stationary (180°) magnet segment, around which a stainless steel drum rotates. The magnet attracts magnetic particles that are in the product. The drum carries the attached particles with it to the bottom of the drum. There the particles drop off and can be collected and carried away. For strongly magnetic particles, carriers are placed on the drum to ‘push’ the particles out of the magnetic field. The advantage of a drum magnet is that it is a continuous cleaning/separating system, in which it is not necessary to stop the product flow to remove the magnetic particles.
Applications in free-fall chutes for powders, granulates, fibres and coarse materials. Not suitable for the food industry.
Applications in free-fall chutes. Strong neodymium magnet, capable of removing very small particles of ferrous contamination. Suitable for the food industry.
Applications in free-fall chutes; supply via vibratory chute. Extremely strong neodymium magnet, for the removal of magnetic particles, and even weakly magnetic particles, of ferrous contamination. Suitable for the food industry.
Goudsmit Magnetics Group
5582 HA Waalre
+31 (0)40 2213 283