Magnetic Separation Grids
Versatile, high-intensity magnetic grid or grate separators
Ideal for use with most powder or granulate substances
Ideal for most gravity/free fall lines
Extracts hazardous fine ferrous particles
Circular or Square configurations available
A simple addition to bolster HACCP systems
Simple, cost effective protection against ferrous contamination
Our versatile and high-performing magnetic separator grids or grates are extremely efficient at removing contamination from dry free flowing powders and granulates. Contamination such as rust, stainless steel scrapings, and wear from machinery are often too small to be detected by a metal detector. Our magnetic separator grids or grates feature powerful magnetic rods, attracting ferrous contamination down to sub-micron size.
The magnet grids are quick and easy to install, and require no power and no maintenance.
These units can be manufactured to any size and with any number of rods to meet most application requirements. For non-standard sizes, you can fill out the customised magnetic separator application form.
Suitable to dry powders and granulates
Can be used in existing vertical or angled process lines
As the product flows through the grid or grate, any contamination is immediately attracted to the grid’s powerful magnetic rods. The contamination is pushed to undersides the magnetic rods, where it is securely held. The grid can then be removed from its process position and the contamination pushed down each rod, releasing the attracted contamination.
Simple to install
Reduces ‘spark’ risk
Removes micron sized contaminants
Meets audit requirements
Magnetic Material: Rare Earth Neodymium Iron Boron – (NdFeB)
Tubing: 316 grade stainless steel
Other Parts: 316 grade stainless steel
Surface Finish: Polished to 0.6μm
Magnetic Performance: 7000, 9000, 11000 and 12000 Gauss
Performance Reading: On tube surface
Magnet Grade: N35 & N45 – Inspected and confirmed via hysteresigraph prior to use
Temperature: -20°C / +90°C
According to the way the magnetic field strength changes:
1) Constant magnetic field magnetic separator. Using a permanent magnet material and a direct current electromagnet, a solenoid, or the like as a magnetic source, the magnitude and direction of the magnetic field strength do not change with time.
2) Alternating magnetic field magnetic separator. An electromagnet that is connected to an alternating current is used as a magnetic source. The magnitude and direction of the magnetic field strength changes over time.
3) Pulsating magnetic field magnetic separator. An electromagnet that simultaneously transmits direct current and alternating current is used as a magnetic source. The magnitude of the magnetic field varies with time, but the direction does not change. And pulse
Similar to the dynamic magnetic separator, the use of pulsating water flow causes the slurry to pulsate, affecting the sorting force of the magnetically selected mineral.
4) Rotating magnetic field magnetic separator. A magnet is used as the magnetic source, and the magnetic pole rotates around the axis. The magnitude and direction of the magnetic field strength changes over time.