What are the Applications of Magnetic Pulley Separator
Permanent magnet pulley is an easy replacement of drive pulleys. These magnetic pulleys have magnetic power over the entire or half circumference and ensure effective cleaning of magnetic contamination from the material being discharged from conveyors.
Magnetic Separation Pulleys are designed and manufactured for maximum reach out, holding force and separation effectiveness. There are two types of the magnetic field to choose:
1. Deep Reach Rare Earth Field Pulleys are for the high volume recycling lines to make sure you get all the ferrous metals out of the deeper burden streams before the Eddy Current Separators Shredders. These units can be incorporated on the Grinder Feeder and Transfer Conveyors.
2. Low Reachout High-Intensity Rare Earth Field Pulleys are designed for higher gauss super high-intensity fields but with low reach out – low volume applications. These applications usually have a single layer stream of material on very thin belts for maximum separation. These units can be incorporated on Bunting stainless steel transfer/separation conveyors.
These economical magnetic drum separators also can be used to replace your existing head pulleys to turn your material handling conveyor into a material separation conveyor. These pulleys can be provided with the same shaft as your existing conveyor has.
And by the way, magnetic pulley separators are even more effective when used in combination with overhead Magnetic Crossbelt Conveyors on thicker burdens or denser conveyed materials.
Application for These economical Magnetic Separation Pulleys:
Magnetic Separation Head Pulleys continuously remove and discharge tramp metal from the product flow for both product purification and materials separation.
These pulleys offer superior removal of ferrous contamination such as nails, spikes, nuts, bolts, cans, and wire for conveyors in the paper, wood, plastic, steel, fire and municipal recycling industries with the maintenance-free operation.
They can also be used for continuous separation of ferrous from non-ferrous steels in scrap metal recovery separation for metal stamping facilities.
It can be widely used in the fields like metallurgy, ceramics, grinding material, nonmetal mineral, foodstuff, chemical industry, and building material.