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The working process of these roll separators involves treating the material treated, fed from a hopper / vibratory feeder at a controlled rate on a high-intensity magnet that allows a magnetic material to get attached to roll face and other non-magnetic material being led off the face at the normal trajectory
The Induced Roll Separators is utilized for the incessant removal of small magnetic particles from sure minerals to create mineral purification for an extensive variety of mineral and ceramic dispensation industries. The substance being preserved is fed after a hopper or vibratory feeder at a measured rate onto a high strength magnetic roll.
Magnetic material assigns itself onto the roll face or is glanced to the roll. Nonmagnetic substance is thrown off the look at a normal route. Magnetic substance is liquidated off the roll face at a opinion of lower magnetic strength assisted by a brush. A splitter plate is interrupted amid the two product streams.
The Master Mag induced rolls are completed by engineers who have a generation of knowledge in this field. We production a variety of dimensions to outfit your application.
Our magnetic separators, chiefly our Longi-Multotec vertical ring rainy high strength magnetic separator (WHIMS), are assisting PGM dispensation plants attain improved yields from tailings dams.
We are presently tangled in wide test work in chromite retrieval employing WHIMS technology. Our WHIMS structures can recuperate atoms down to a portion size as minor as 5 microns, a typical that is credited to the remarkably high force issue. Particle dimensions as small as 80% transitory 30 microns have been improved!
Note: Technical data and specification subject to change. Special induced roll separators can be made on request, customers have to just send their technical data and application required for our engineers.
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Area of Applications
Ceramic and mineral processing industries
For the purification or concentration of dry granular materials