Gauss Magneti Drum ducts for extraction and discharge of ferromagnetic intrusions from granular or dusty inert materials with low humidity.
FOOd sector: wheat, corn, rice, coffee, sugar, salt, various
Livestock sector: feed, animal meal, various
Foundries or glassworks: sands, fluxes, various
Chemical-plastic sector: PVC granules, rubber, various
Wood sector: chips, sawdust, various
For dusty and fire hazardous environments, Gauss Magneti designs and manufactures the ATEX 20, 21 and 22 versions with the relevant certification.
Characterized by a diversified field of application, the Magnetic Sorting Machine processes materials of size between 1 and 30 mm.
The process material enters the flange with a constant flow rate and is dropped onto the rotating non-magnetic casing. A metering valve operated from the outside determines the thickness of the layer of material.
Inside the casing, the magnetic drum of the sorting machine attracts ferromagnetic intrusions. The drum has static polarities, it’s the rotation of the casing that accompanies the intrusions until they’re released into the rear discharge to be collected in a container.
Purified from intrusions, the process material falls into the front discharge of the sorting machine.
The case, the magnetic drum and all the parts in contact with the process material are in AISI 304 stainless steel. The polarities are normally in ceramic magnets, but particularly powerful drums can be produced with neodymium magnets.
This technology uses permanent magnets, the alloy of neodymium, iron and boron (rare earth magnets).
The high magnetic induction and the very high coercive force make this magnet suitable for separating small materials, materials incorporated in the inert material or slightly magnetic steel.
This technology uses permanent ferrite magnets.
Widely used type of magnets which resists to high temperatures (up to 300 °).
Very deep magnetic field.