dings magnetics group manufactures magnetic and eddy current separators for separation of ferrous and non-ferrous metals in recycling, mining, aggregate, coal, foundry, and processing industries
eddy current separators are advanced metal sorting units that has the capability of separating non-ferrous metals such as aluminum and copper from waste which helps to recycle metal in all its forms. eddy current separators do not work on ferrous materials, which makes it ideal to isolate different types of metal from one another.
a wide variety of magnetic separators for use with lump materials, granular materials, clay-like materials and liquids. a magnetic separator to select must be suitable for the purpose of use and have a sufficient capacity. to select such a most suitable separator, when copper and brass as well as aluminum e ciently
application. eddy current separators have many uses. they can handle high capacities, because the conveyor belt separates and carries away non-ferrous metals continuously and fully automatically. an important factor for good separation is an even flow of material, supplied by a vibrating feeder or conveyor belt for example.
following: stainless steel aisi 304 mixed with copper 45,8 tons, stainless steel aisi 316 mixed with copper 8,3 tons, totally 54,1 tons. this information was provided by danfoss 1 . because copper thickness is much lower than steel, there is more steel than copper in weight percentage 2 .
possible solutions include a vibrating chute in combination with a drum magnet, or a conveyor belt in combination with a magnetic head roller separator. both systems can be built with various magnetic strengths, for separation of strongly magnetic or even weakly magnetic metals such as stainless steel .
strong magnetic particles may be easily separated with a separator having a low intensity magnetic field of 400 - 600 gauss. paramagnetic particles weakly magnetic require a higher intensity magnetic field to separate them, generally ranging from 6,000 to 20,000 gauss. particles that are repulsed by a magnetic field are called diamagnetic.
magnetic head pulleys. the magnetic drum separator is normally installed at product discharge points and incorporates a 150 180 degree magnet system, encased in a stainless steel shell, or manganese wear plates for severe application.