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how does a magnetic separator work and what uses can it have? - ima

how does a magnetic separator work and what uses can it have? - ima

A magnetic separator is a device that uses a magnet to remove impurities and other magnetic materials from metal. Magnetic separators can be used before, during and after the production of a material and can be adjusted to attract different types of magnetic materials at different intensity levels.

Although its use is almost always industrial in nature, a magnetic separator is used for a wide variety of applications. Magnetic separators can be ferromagnetic or paramagnetic and can vary in size from a table version to a large, heavy drum used in recycling and other manufacturing applications.

A magnetic separator consists of a powerful magnet that is placed or suspended from a ceiling or device. Materials can be passed over a table top magnetic separator, while suspended magnetic separators often hang over a material to remove its impurities. Magnetic separators can also be cylinders through which objects pass. The material that purifies a magnetic separator can be in the form of parts, a finished product or even a liquid metal. With this, a magnetic separator is characterized by:

They are also found in scientific laboratories that constantly require metallic materials that are free of impurities (often the case of chemistry). In this case, the magnetic separator is usually a cylinder or flask that prevents cross-contamination between two different substances by forcing all or some of the magnetic materials of a substance into a separate container.

Magnetic separators are powerful, portable and can be adjusted to remove various types of magnetic materials from a liquid or solid. They are most effective when used in a liquid, although it is also possible to remove solid impurities. Magnetic separators are very versatile and incredibly simple in design. In fact, a basic magnetic separator can be built at any time, using only a powerful magnet such as neodymium magnets and a clamp to hold the material down.

The main disadvantage of a magnetic separator is that it must be constantly maintained. The magnetic separator should be washed or cleaned to remove accumulated magnetic materials, while oil should be added to moving parts. In the case of an electromagnetic separator, the electromagnets must be able to be switched off at any time in case of emergency.

For industry, the magnetic separator comes in a different range of products such as magnetic drums, which are ideal for the continuous removal of ferrous particle contamination from any bulk material in the dry state, as well as magnetic drums with housings, which provide good separation in applications where there is a high concentration of metal contamination.

In short, the magnetic separator creates a magnetic field of high intensity and very high gradient capable of attracting very weak materials such as iron oxides, weak magnetic powders and a high amount of paramagnetic, so if you are interested in knowing more about it, IMA can advise you on the magnetism solution that best suits your project. If you have questions, you can contact us.

how magnetic separator works | henan deya machinery co., ltd

how magnetic separator works | henan deya machinery co., ltd

Dry low-intensity magnetic separation is confined mainly to the concentration of coarse sands which are strongly magnetic, the process being known as cobbing, and often being carried out in drum separators. Below the 0.5 cm size range, dry separation tends to be replaced by wet methods, which produce much less dust loss and usually a cleaner product. Low-intensity wet separation is now widely used for purifying the magnetic medium in the dense medium separation process, as well as for the concentration of ferromagnetic sands.

Drum separators are the most common machines in current use for cleaning the medium in DMS circuits and are widely used for concentrating finely ground iron ore. They consist essentially of a rotating non-magnetic drum (see attached figure 1 drum separator) containing three to six stationary magnets of alternating polarity, although the Permos separator uses many small magnet blocks, whose direction of magnetisation changes in small steps. This is said to generate a very even magnetic field, requiting less magnetic material. figure 1 drum separator Although initially drum separators employed electromagnets, permanent magnets are used in modern devices, utilising ceramic or rare earth magnetic alloys, which retain their intensity for an indefinite period. Separation is by the pick-up principle. Magnetic particles are lifted by the magnets and pinned to the drum and are conveyed out of the field, leaving the gangue in the tailings compartment. Water is introduced into the machine to provide a current which keeps the pulp in suspension. Field intensities of up to 0.7 T at the pole surfaces can be obtained in this type of separator. The drum separator shown in figure 1 is of the concurrent type, whereby the concentrate is carried forward by the drum and passes through a gap, where it is compressed and dewatered before leaving the separator. This design is most effective for producing an extremely clean magnetic concentrate from relatively coarse materials and is widely used in dense medium recovery systems. The separator shown in figure 2 is of the counter-rotation type, where the feed flows in the opposite direction to the rotation. This type is used in roughing operations, where occasional surges in feed must be handled, where magnetic material losses are to be held to a minimum, while an extremely clean concentrate is not required, and when high solids loading is encountered. figure 2 Counter-rotation drum separator Figure 3 shows a counter-current separator, where the tailings are forced to travel in the opposite direction to the drum rotation and are discharged into the tailings chute. This type of separator is designed for finishing operations on relatively fine material, of particle size less than about 250 m. Drum separators are widely used to treat low grade taconite ores, which contain 40-50% Fe, mainly as magnetite, but in some areas with hematite, finely disseminated in bands in hard siliceous rocks. Very fine grinding is necessary to free the iron minerals that produce a concentrate that requires pelletising before being fed to the blast furnaces. figure 3 Counter-current separator In a typical flowsheet the ore is ground progressively finer, the primary grind usually being undertaken autogenously, or by rod milling, followed by magnetic separation in drum separators. The magnetic concentrate is reground and again treated in drum separators. This concentrate may be further reground, followed by a third stage of magnetic separation. The tailings from each stage of magnetic separation are either rejected or, in some cases, treated by spiral or cone concentrators to recover hematite. The cross-belt separator (see attached figure 4) and disc separators once widely used in the mineral sands industry, particularly for recovering ilmenite from heavy mineral concentrates, are now considered obsolete. They are being replaced with rare earth roll magnetic separators and rare earth drum magnetic separators. figure 4 Cross-belt separator Rare earth roll separators use alternate magnetic and non-magnetic laminations. Feed is carried onto the magnetic roll by means of a thin belt as shown in Figure 4, hence there is no bouncing or scattering of particles as they enter the magnetic zone, and they all enter the magnetic zone with the same horizontal velocity. These factors contribute to achieving a sharp separation. Roll speed can be adjusted over a wide range, allowing the product quality to be dialled in. Dry rare earth drum separators provide a fan of separated particles which can often be seen as distinct streams (see attached figure 5). The fan can be separated into various grades of magnetic product and a nonmagnetic tailing. In some mineral sands applications, drum separators have been integrated with one or more rare earth rolls, arranged to treat the middlings particles from the drum as shown in Figure 5. figure 5 A laboratory dry rare earth drum separator Pictures of Drum Separators Pictures of drum separators produced by Henan Deya Machinery Co., Ltd. magnetic-separator_01magnetic-separator_11magnetic-separator_10magnetic-separator_09magnetic-separator_08magnetic-separator_07magnetic-separator_06magnetic-separator_05magnetic-separator_04magnetic-separator_03magnetic-separator_02

Although initially drum separators employed electromagnets, permanent magnets are used in modern devices, utilising ceramic or rare earth magnetic alloys, which retain their intensity for an indefinite period. Separation is by the pick-up principle. Magnetic particles are lifted by the magnets and pinned to the drum and are conveyed out of the field, leaving the gangue in the tailings compartment. Water is introduced into the machine to provide a current which keeps the pulp in suspension. Field intensities of up to 0.7 T at the pole surfaces can be obtained in this type of separator.

The drum separator shown in figure 1 is of the concurrent type, whereby the concentrate is carried forward by the drum and passes through a gap, where it is compressed and dewatered before leaving the separator. This design is most effective for producing an extremely clean magnetic concentrate from relatively coarse materials and is widely used in dense medium recovery systems.

The separator shown in figure 2 is of the counter-rotation type, where the feed flows in the opposite direction to the rotation. This type is used in roughing operations, where occasional surges in feed must be handled, where magnetic material losses are to be held to a minimum, while an extremely clean concentrate is not required, and when high solids loading is encountered. figure 2 Counter-rotation drum separator Figure 3 shows a counter-current separator, where the tailings are forced to travel in the opposite direction to the drum rotation and are discharged into the tailings chute. This type of separator is designed for finishing operations on relatively fine material, of particle size less than about 250 m. Drum separators are widely used to treat low grade taconite ores, which contain 40-50% Fe, mainly as magnetite, but in some areas with hematite, finely disseminated in bands in hard siliceous rocks. Very fine grinding is necessary to free the iron minerals that produce a concentrate that requires pelletising before being fed to the blast furnaces. figure 3 Counter-current separator In a typical flowsheet the ore is ground progressively finer, the primary grind usually being undertaken autogenously, or by rod milling, followed by magnetic separation in drum separators. The magnetic concentrate is reground and again treated in drum separators. This concentrate may be further reground, followed by a third stage of magnetic separation. The tailings from each stage of magnetic separation are either rejected or, in some cases, treated by spiral or cone concentrators to recover hematite. The cross-belt separator (see attached figure 4) and disc separators once widely used in the mineral sands industry, particularly for recovering ilmenite from heavy mineral concentrates, are now considered obsolete. They are being replaced with rare earth roll magnetic separators and rare earth drum magnetic separators. figure 4 Cross-belt separator Rare earth roll separators use alternate magnetic and non-magnetic laminations. Feed is carried onto the magnetic roll by means of a thin belt as shown in Figure 4, hence there is no bouncing or scattering of particles as they enter the magnetic zone, and they all enter the magnetic zone with the same horizontal velocity. These factors contribute to achieving a sharp separation. Roll speed can be adjusted over a wide range, allowing the product quality to be dialled in. Dry rare earth drum separators provide a fan of separated particles which can often be seen as distinct streams (see attached figure 5). The fan can be separated into various grades of magnetic product and a nonmagnetic tailing. In some mineral sands applications, drum separators have been integrated with one or more rare earth rolls, arranged to treat the middlings particles from the drum as shown in Figure 5. figure 5 A laboratory dry rare earth drum separator Pictures of Drum Separators Pictures of drum separators produced by Henan Deya Machinery Co., Ltd. magnetic-separator_01magnetic-separator_11magnetic-separator_10magnetic-separator_09magnetic-separator_08magnetic-separator_07magnetic-separator_06magnetic-separator_05magnetic-separator_04magnetic-separator_03magnetic-separator_02

Figure 3 shows a counter-current separator, where the tailings are forced to travel in the opposite direction to the drum rotation and are discharged into the tailings chute. This type of separator is designed for finishing operations on relatively fine material, of particle size less than about 250 m. Drum separators are widely used to treat low grade taconite ores, which contain 40-50% Fe, mainly as magnetite, but in some areas with hematite, finely disseminated in bands in hard siliceous rocks. Very fine grinding is necessary to free the iron minerals that produce a concentrate that requires pelletising before being fed to the blast furnaces. figure 3 Counter-current separator In a typical flowsheet the ore is ground progressively finer, the primary grind usually being undertaken autogenously, or by rod milling, followed by magnetic separation in drum separators. The magnetic concentrate is reground and again treated in drum separators. This concentrate may be further reground, followed by a third stage of magnetic separation. The tailings from each stage of magnetic separation are either rejected or, in some cases, treated by spiral or cone concentrators to recover hematite. The cross-belt separator (see attached figure 4) and disc separators once widely used in the mineral sands industry, particularly for recovering ilmenite from heavy mineral concentrates, are now considered obsolete. They are being replaced with rare earth roll magnetic separators and rare earth drum magnetic separators. figure 4 Cross-belt separator Rare earth roll separators use alternate magnetic and non-magnetic laminations. Feed is carried onto the magnetic roll by means of a thin belt as shown in Figure 4, hence there is no bouncing or scattering of particles as they enter the magnetic zone, and they all enter the magnetic zone with the same horizontal velocity. These factors contribute to achieving a sharp separation. Roll speed can be adjusted over a wide range, allowing the product quality to be dialled in. Dry rare earth drum separators provide a fan of separated particles which can often be seen as distinct streams (see attached figure 5). The fan can be separated into various grades of magnetic product and a nonmagnetic tailing. In some mineral sands applications, drum separators have been integrated with one or more rare earth rolls, arranged to treat the middlings particles from the drum as shown in Figure 5. figure 5 A laboratory dry rare earth drum separator Pictures of Drum Separators Pictures of drum separators produced by Henan Deya Machinery Co., Ltd. magnetic-separator_01magnetic-separator_11magnetic-separator_10magnetic-separator_09magnetic-separator_08magnetic-separator_07magnetic-separator_06magnetic-separator_05magnetic-separator_04magnetic-separator_03magnetic-separator_02

In a typical flowsheet the ore is ground progressively finer, the primary grind usually being undertaken autogenously, or by rod milling, followed by magnetic separation in drum separators. The magnetic concentrate is reground and again treated in drum separators. This concentrate may be further reground, followed by a third stage of magnetic separation. The tailings from each stage of magnetic separation are either rejected or, in some cases, treated by spiral or cone concentrators to recover hematite.

The cross-belt separator (see attached figure 4) and disc separators once widely used in the mineral sands industry, particularly for recovering ilmenite from heavy mineral concentrates, are now considered obsolete. They are being replaced with rare earth roll magnetic separators and rare earth drum magnetic separators. figure 4 Cross-belt separator Rare earth roll separators use alternate magnetic and non-magnetic laminations. Feed is carried onto the magnetic roll by means of a thin belt as shown in Figure 4, hence there is no bouncing or scattering of particles as they enter the magnetic zone, and they all enter the magnetic zone with the same horizontal velocity. These factors contribute to achieving a sharp separation. Roll speed can be adjusted over a wide range, allowing the product quality to be dialled in. Dry rare earth drum separators provide a fan of separated particles which can often be seen as distinct streams (see attached figure 5). The fan can be separated into various grades of magnetic product and a nonmagnetic tailing. In some mineral sands applications, drum separators have been integrated with one or more rare earth rolls, arranged to treat the middlings particles from the drum as shown in Figure 5. figure 5 A laboratory dry rare earth drum separator Pictures of Drum Separators Pictures of drum separators produced by Henan Deya Machinery Co., Ltd. magnetic-separator_01magnetic-separator_11magnetic-separator_10magnetic-separator_09magnetic-separator_08magnetic-separator_07magnetic-separator_06magnetic-separator_05magnetic-separator_04magnetic-separator_03magnetic-separator_02

Rare earth roll separators use alternate magnetic and non-magnetic laminations. Feed is carried onto the magnetic roll by means of a thin belt as shown in Figure 4, hence there is no bouncing or scattering of particles as they enter the magnetic zone, and they all enter the magnetic zone with the same horizontal velocity. These factors contribute to achieving a sharp separation. Roll speed can be adjusted over a wide range, allowing the product quality to be dialled in.

Dry rare earth drum separators provide a fan of separated particles which can often be seen as distinct streams (see attached figure 5). The fan can be separated into various grades of magnetic product and a nonmagnetic tailing. In some mineral sands applications, drum separators have been integrated with one or more rare earth rolls, arranged to treat the middlings particles from the drum as shown in Figure 5. figure 5 A laboratory dry rare earth drum separator Pictures of Drum Separators Pictures of drum separators produced by Henan Deya Machinery Co., Ltd. magnetic-separator_01magnetic-separator_11magnetic-separator_10magnetic-separator_09magnetic-separator_08magnetic-separator_07magnetic-separator_06magnetic-separator_05magnetic-separator_04magnetic-separator_03magnetic-separator_02

Pictures of drum separators produced by Henan Deya Machinery Co., Ltd. magnetic-separator_01magnetic-separator_11magnetic-separator_10magnetic-separator_09magnetic-separator_08magnetic-separator_07magnetic-separator_06magnetic-separator_05magnetic-separator_04magnetic-separator_03magnetic-separator_02

magnetic separation | henan deya machinery co., ltd

magnetic separation | henan deya machinery co., ltd

Magnetic separations take advantage of the magnetic properties of minerals. All minerals will have one of three magnetic properties: ferromagnetic, paramagnetic, and diamagnetic. Ferromagnetic minerals (i.e., magnetite and pyrrhotite) are magnetic and are easily separated from other minerals, since they will be attracted to the poles of a magnet. Paramagnetic and diamagnetic minerals are not magnetic, but differ in how they interact with magnetic fields. Paramagnetic minerals are weakly attracted whereas diamagnetic minerals are weakly repelled along lines of magnetic forces. Thus, if a mixture of paramagnetic and diamagnetic minerals is passed through a magnetic field; the paramagnetic minerals will be pulled into the field and the diamagnetic minerals will be repelled or separated from the field. Furthermore, paramagnetic minerals have different degrees of paramagnetism that can also be used to effect separations.

Magnetic fields of various intensities can be provided by permanent or electromagnets. Generally, magnetic separators are classified as low or high intensity and whether they work in wet or dry applications. In concurrent separators, slurry flows in the same direction as the rotation of the drum surrounding the magnets.

magnetic separator machine | gold separator equipment jxsc mining

magnetic separator machine | gold separator equipment jxsc mining

Magnetic separation is a widely used mineral separation method based on the difference of magnetic properties between different minerals, separate target minerals in the inhomogeneous magnetic field. The magnetic separator is used for mineral ore dressing of magnetite, pyrrhotite, ilmenite, wolframite, manganese, rare earth ore and other materials with a particle size of less than 3 mm, and is also used for iron removal operations of coal, non-metallic minerals, building materials and the like. Types of magnetic separator 1. According to the processing media, it can be divided into dry type and wet type magnetic separator. (1) Dry-type magnetic separator mainly for sorting large and coarse grains of strong magnetic ore and fine-grained weak magnetic ore. (2) Wet type magnetic separator mainly for sorting fine-grained strong magnetic ore and fine-grained weak magnetic ore. 2. According to the strength of the magnetic field, the magnetic separator is divided into the weak magnetic separator (H<2500 guass), medium magnetic separator (H<6000 Guass), and strong magnetic separator (H>6000 Guass).

JXSC, a magnetic separator manufacturer, has four types of magnetic separator machine: Dry drum magnetic separator, High-intensity magnetic separator, Three-disc dry magnetic separator, and Wet drum magnetic separator.

Wet type magnetic separator MAX. magnetic force: 8000gs Application: separating the magnetic mineral from the 3~0 mm fine-grain mixture. Especially suitable for iron removal and purification in non-metallic minerals, such as quartz sand and potassium feldspar. The magnetic separator uses magnets to attract magnetic materials to separate out the magnetic components of the mixture feed. When the slurry enters the magnetic field, the ferromagnetic mineral is adsorbed on the surface of the cylinder, the weak magnetic and non-magnetic minerals are washed out by the water flow, all of them are discharged from different outlets. Features Feeding and discharging continuously low downtime. High magnetic force and high magnetic field gradient.

The three-disc electromagnetic separator is suitable for dry separation of titanium ore, rare earth ore, tungsten tin ore, chromite, niobium and tantalum ore, limonite, zirconium, disthene, monazite, andalusite, disthene, feldspar, quartz and other metallic minerals with different magnetic properties, or for iron removal of non-metallic materials. Features 1. Very high magnetic field intensity 16000gauss - 20000gauss 2. This separator can separate four different minerals in one time. 3. This separator can get the final concentrate of three to four minerals. 4. Ta & Nb grade can reach 60% by using this separator. 5. It's easy to install, adjust, and operate. 6. The magnetic intensity of each disc is adjustable from 1000-20000 gauss, could be used for other mineral concentrations.

The dry magnetic separator is used for sorting dry magnetic minerals, and is mainly used for selecting large-sized, coarse-grained ferromagnetic ores and fine-grained weak magnetic ores. It has three types of single disc (diameter = 900 mm), double disc ( = 576 mm) and three discs ( = 600 mm). The magnetic field strength can reach 880-1440 kA/m. The magnetic system of the dry magnetic separator is made of high-quality ferrite material or composited with rare earth magnet steel. The average magnetic induction intensity of the cylinder table is 100-600 mT. The factors affecting the dry magnetic separator are mainly ore properties (ore grade, magnetism, particle size and moisture), equipment performance and operation. Features High separating efficiency, do great help for ultra-poor magnetite; water-saving, suited for the water-deficient area; light weight, reliable operation and convenient maintenance.

Mining Equipment Manufacturers, Our Main Products: Gold Trommel, Gold Wash Plant, Dense Media Separation System, CIP, CIL, Ball Mill, Trommel Scrubber, Shaker Table, Jig Concentrator, Spiral Separator, Slurry Pump, Trommel Screen.

magnetic separation technology for a recycling industry

magnetic separation technology for a recycling industry

Magnetic Separation is the process, in which the magnetically caused material is detached easily by using a magnetic force. From last many years, magnetic separators are used for various separation process in recycling industry like Glass recycling, Scrap material, Pet flakes, Plastic recycling, Rubber recycling, Municipal solid waste (MSW), e-waste recycling etc.

Magnetic Separator is the most trusted machine used to recover metal from the waste materials. It is known for the easy separation process to detach fine particles which have poor magnetic properties. Magnetic separator provides the excellent separating effect, as it uses dynamic magnetic system design. Recycling industries are using magnetic separator because of its various advantages like large handling capacity, low maintenance rate, simple structure and adjustable magnetic field intensity.

Eddy Current Separator is the most trusted separator, used to segregate valuable non-ferrous metals like aluminium, brass, copper, lead etc. It has an advantage of high frequency and high separation capability. Eddy Current Separator is robustly constructed with anti-vibration pads and its powerful quality of magnets provides the best and smooth separation for the recycling industry.

It has a capacity from 2MT/hr to 15MT/hr. Eddy Current provides its best separation service in various fields of recycling industry like plastic, rubber, glass, municipal solid waste, e-waste, pet etc. And the industries can take a huge advantage of using eddy current separator for their current application.

Overband Magnetic Separator is known for providing the excellent service of separating tramp iron from the material that is being processed on the conveyor belt or a vibratory feeder. Overband magnetic separator is used to protect machines like crushers, shredders by removing ferrous particles and it easily removes the heavy dust particles. It is used in many industries like food, sponge iron, charcoal, glass etc.

Specially designed Magnetic Head Pulley to detach tramp metals like steel, bucket teeth, bore crowns, bar scrap, chains, and tools. Recycling industries are using Magnetic Head Pulleys to segregate steel, municipal waste and many other ferrous contaminations like cans, nuts, nails etc.

From last many decades, Manufacturing industries are playing a most crucial role in our global economy. They are trying to develop high capacity and high-frequency pumps for the recycling industry, because theyre facing an issue of sorting recyclable material by removing various tramp metals like steel, bucket teeth, bore crowns etc.

Machines are not able to provide the best separation solution in the various field of recycling industry like plastic, rubber, glass, municipal solid waste, e-waste, pet etc. After facing these all issues regularly they are looking for high capacity which is having high-intensity magnets to remove impurities easily.

Jaykrishna magnetic Pvt. Ltd. understands all problems that the industries are facing now!!! We design a machine which is of high capacity that easily recovers metal from the waste materials. Our machines are evolved by using the latest technology that can be easily operated and to provide best separation results in various fields of the recycling industry.

We are famous for manufacturing and supplying magnetic separators which is of high capacity that easily provides the perfect separation solution. Jaykrishna Magnetic Pvt. Ltd. has 38+ years of experience in developing machines which are highly efficient and easy to handle.

Our magnetic separators are designed by the team of experts who have a great knowledge of designing and developing various types of magnetic separators and vibratory equipment. Our experts take care of clients need, before supplying any machine to them.

Our machines are installed in various fields of recycling industry like plastic, rubber, glass, municipal solid waste, e-waste, pet etc. We also design different types of magnetic separators like Eddy current separators, Overband Magnetic Separator and Magnetic Head Pulley as per the clients requirement to deliver them a best product.

If you are facing a problem of extracting tramp metals steel, bucket teeth, bore crowns etc. then feel free to contact us. Our team will get back to you with the best and effective solution that solves your problem.

Jaykrishna Magnetics Pvt. Ltd. is the leading manufacturer and exporter of Magnetic and Vibratory Equipments in India. We are established since 1978. The unique and premium structural design imparts quality and elegance to our products. Our focus is on continuously improving our process, service and products to exceed the benchmarks set by our competitors and offer better products to you.

magnetic separators / separation equipments manufacturer & supplier

magnetic separators / separation equipments manufacturer & supplier

Welcome to the world of Magnetic Solutions, we are the only complete magnetic solution in India. We engineer, design, manufacture and supply magnetic machinery for many different applications. We are committed to worldwide excellence with a complete range of machinery to support core markets which are the following: Steel Industries, Cement Industries, Recycling Industries, Material Handling Industries, Chemical Industries, Mineral Processing Industries, Mineral Processing, Food Processing and Ceramic Industries.

With a rock solid foundation, a formidable past, and a spirit charged with a vision of endless possibilities; Jaykrishna Magnetic Solution has positioned itself as an all-around performer. With more than 100 satisfied corporate clients all around the world, the company today is well entrenched in India and accelerates its success by consistently living up to its commitments.

Jaykrishna Magnetics Pvt. Ltd. has a history of product excellence and technology innovation providing the highest-quality and most reliable products and services to worldwide customers since 1978. We have set down for ourselves a set of objectives that have always guided us give a better performance.

We believe in developing world class products. While developing various products for our clients, we are committed to providemagnetics and vibratory equipments of the highest quality. We strictly follow our quality policy to give you an enhanced experience and thus achieve 100% customer satisfaction.

We strongly understand that to have a high-quality products,we need strong infrastructure and development process geared with the latest technology, so we have machines forMetal forming, Cutting, Welding, Casting, Sintering, Pressing, Extrusion, and Calendering.

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Jaykrishna Magnetics Pvt. Ltd. is the leading manufacturer and exporter of Magnetic and Vibratory Equipments in India. We are established since 1978. The unique and premium structural design imparts quality and elegance to our products. Our focus is on continuously improving our process, service and products to exceed the benchmarks set by our competitors and offer better products to you.

three disc dry magnetic separator - jxsc machine

three disc dry magnetic separator - jxsc machine

Capacity100-800Kg/h Feeding size2mm ApplicationDry magnetic separations of ilmenite, rare earth ore, chromite, tungsten and tin ores, limonite, columbium and tantalum ores, zircon, rutile, monazite, andalusite, garnet, kyanite, feldspar, quartz and other minerals with magnetic differences or removal of iron in nonmetallic minerals. Type3PC-500, 3PC-600, final process of heavy mineral concentrate, improve the grade.

Three Disc Dry Magnetic Separator applicable to dry separation of titanium, rare earth ore, tungsten-tin ore, chromite, niobium-tantalum ore, Limonite, Zircon, gold red, solitary, feldspar, quartz and other magnetic differences in a variety of metallic minerals or non-metallic materials of the iron remover, but also magnetic and non-magnetic minerals separation purification. Application of Magnetic Separation3pc disc magnetic separator is used for separating the weak magnetic minerals and rare metal ore, it is a very important mineral processing equipment. Three-disc magnetic separators are divided into two types of dry three-disc high-intensity magnetic separators The magnetic field intensity can be obtained by adjusting the magnetic field current of the magnetic disks to form different intensity to separate the minerals efficiently, and by adjusting the induction distance between the magnetic disks and the selected particles To achieve one-time separation of a variety of minerals. This equipment is widely used in the dry separation of Ilmenite, monazite, tungsten tin ore, tantalite and other magnetic and non-magnetic minerals. Feature: magnetic separator for grinding machine equipment structure is reasonable, covers an area of small, simple operation and maintenance, can be a one-time separation of strong magnetic, weakly magnetic, non-magnetic and other minerals. It can be applied to dry mining in the water-deficient mining area.

JXSC, a professional magnetic separator supplier, we supply types of magnetic separators, includes Dry Drum Magnetic Separator, Wet magnetic separator, Roller Electrostatic Separator, Three-disc dry magnetic separator, High-Intensity Magnetic Separator, magnetic separator laboratory use equipment. Magnetic separator design service is available.

Magnetic Separator Working PrincipleDisc magnetic separator is mainly used for separating 0.05 ~ 3 MM grade magnetic minerals. On the basis of the feasibility of magnetic separation, through the design of double-roll type, the magnetic roller with strong magnetism is used to directly select the first and second-grade magnetic minerals Significantly increased mineral recovery. The permanent magnet system design ensures stable operation and high concentrate grade. The complete machine structure is simple, the transmission part uses the outside naked type, has realized in the production process the rapid maintenance and the overhaul. Three magnetic separators transmission principle is also very simple, easy to operate, but also very high efficiency. Three magnetic separators into a higher electrical control technology, so that easy to understand production operations, improve work efficiency and reduce the operator's labor intensity. There is an adjustable separator in the separator, the separator is made of stainless steel, which can guarantee the service life of the separator effectively and avoid the possibility of rust affecting the mineral quality; the separator can be adjusted flexibly and fixed quickly It plays an important role in ensuring the quality of ore grade in the production process.

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