The 9000 Gauss drum magnet for recycling, with its ultra-high magnetic strength, is suitable for separation of extremely small paramagnetic and weakly magnetic particles from a continuous material flow. Stainless steel that has been processed by a shredder has these slightly magnetic properties, for example, and can therefore be separated in this manner.
In principle, this high-intensity separator is not used for the removal of ferromagnetic (Fe) particles. Fe particles may only be present in the product flow on a very sporadic basis.
6000 or 9000 Gauss drum magnet? The 9000 Gauss unit is used for smaller maximum thicknesses than the 6000 Gauss drum magnet. The 9000 Gauss is not really intended for separation of ferromagnetic particles; as such, these should not be present except very sporadically. The 6000 Gauss can separate (very fine) ferromagnetic particles and also has a thicker, robuster shell.
|Removal of stainless steel particles from
|Removal of Fe particles from
||0.03 to 1 mm (may only be present sporadically!)|
|Cleaning||Fully automatic and continuous during production process|
|Magnet system||Stationary magnet segment inside rotating drum|
||Neodymium – 9000 Gauss on the drum surface|
|Magnetic field depth||Approx. 30 mm|
|Shell thickness||1 mm (short roller) – 2 mm (long roller)|
|Working principle||The paramagnetic and weakly magnetic particles are pulled against the drum, drawing them out of the product flow. Cleats on the drum then carry these particles outside the magnetic field, where they automatically fall off.|
Available standard articles:
All rollers are standard available in lengths 400, 600, 800 and 1000 mm.