Plate magnetic separator (SPM)
The SPM type plate magnetic separator is designed to remove iron contaminants from bulk materials (granulation up to 20 mm) in free fall systems. The plate separator protects process machines against damage caused by tramp metal, and also protects the consumer against eating dangerous metal pieces. It is a perfect complement to a metal detector.
The plate magnetic separator is reliable, very durable and designed for continuous operation. It has high metal separation efficiency. The ferrite or neodymium permanent magnets used in the magnetic plates have high coercivity, which makes them difficult to demagnetize. Therefore, the plate separator has a long service life.
Performance features of the plate separator from Magnetix
- Customized design of the plate separator.
- Execution with approval for the food industry.
- Small space requirement, low installation height and simple assembly in a gravity chute.
- Inlet diameter up to 500 mm.
- Magnetic plates with quick releases.
- Magnetic flux density up to 6000 G in the neodymium version.
- High coercive magnetic material.
- Working temperature up to 150°C.
Applications areas of the plate magnetic separator
- Removal of metal contaminants from sugar, salt, flour, coffee, powdered milk, spices, dried vegetables and other bulk food products with granulation up to 20 mm.
- Separation of metals from grain, feed and feed additives.
- Purification of wood chips, shavings, sawdust and wood dust.
- Purification of grit, sand and flour.
- Purification of plastic granulates.
Versions of the plate magnetic separator
- Plate magnetic separator type SPM-F
Equipped with ferrite magnetic plates with medium magnetic field intensity, designed to remove larger metal contaminants from the transported material, such as nails, screws, bolts and other broken machine parts.
- Plate magnetic separator type SPM-N
Equipped with high-power NdFeB neodymium magnetic plates with high magnetic field intensity, designed to remove small metal contaminants from the transported material, such as bearing balls, metal filings, iron oxides and others with a small adhesion surface to the magnet and weakly magnetically susceptible.
The plate separator is standardly equipped with a dustproof housing with a partition directing the falling material onto magnetic plates arranged in a V-shape. Depending on the version, the magnetic separator is adapted to pipelines with an operating pressure of 0.8 and 5 bar.