Magnetic Separator For Crushers

The magnetic separator or magnetic drum separator with its popularity is the most widely used equipment for separating different magnetic materials in industries like mining, timber, ceramics, chemicals and food etc. As for the mining industry, it is not only suitable for doing the wet or dry magnetic separation of manganese ore, magnetite, pyrrhotite, roasted ore, ilmenite, red limonite and other materials with particle size less than 50mm but also for doing deironing of coal , non-metal minerals and building materials.

Magnetic Separator For Crushers Introduction

Magnetic Separation equipment is used to remove ferrous tramp metal contaminants from dry particulate, liquids, and slurries in the process of grain, feed, sugar, cereal, chemical, mineral, plastics, oil, textile, salt, pharmaceuticals, and recycled products to name a few. A partial list of Separation Equipment would include magnetic plates, grates, drawers, drums, humps, pulleys, spouts, and belts. These magnetic separators will ensure product purity and protect processing equipment form tramp metal damage.

Puritan offers a wide range of magnetic separation equipment for capturing, controlling and removing ferrous tramp metal contaminants from products and processing systems. Puritan's magnetic separation products are available in standard sizes and strengths with effective designs to meet most conditions and applications.

Special designs, and engineering assistance are available for difficult applications. Puritan's magnetic separation products are designed for rugged use and easy installation in mechanical, gravity, or pneumatic conveying systems. Optimum performance is achieved when magnetic separators are placed at proper locations within the processing system.

Drum performance

  • For deironing of burning coal, foundry sand, refractory matters and other industries
  • For deironing of the petuntse in the ceramic industry to improve the quality of ceramic products.
  • Applying to the grading of the uncompleted reductive raw ores from the hematite in the closed circuit roasting process and then returning to burn again.
  • Roughing after the coarse and secondary crushing of the low grade iron ore, excluding waste rock, etc., improving quality and reducing the burden of the next process