Coal

2018 Review

A Look Back at our News & Blogs in 2018 2018 proved to be another exciting year.  Despite the spectre of BREXIT, business overseas continued to flourish and grow.  We attended a number of international exhibitions, securing orders on the stand.  There have also been concerns on the UK mainland about waste management and especially…

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Electro Overband Magnet Selection

The range of Master Magnets’ Electro Overband Magnets is extensive.  Selecting the optimum design of Electro Overband Magnet to perform a specific separation task is critical.  Poor magnet selection could result in damage to processing equipment or a reduction in product quality.  To aid the correct selection, Master Magnets applications engineers have developed a bespoke ‘Electro…

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Large Electro Suspension Magnets at West Burton Power Station

Two (2) Master Magnets Oil Cooled In-Line Electro Suspension Magnets at the coal-fired West Burton Power Station located on the River Trent near Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, UK.  The Electro Suspension Magnets remove tramp metal contamination from the coal to prevent damage to processing equipment and conveyor belts. Alstom Power employs some 3,500 people in the UK…

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29 Year Old Master Magnets Electro Suspension Magnet Still Going Strong!

Master Magnets was contacted by a customer whose transformer rectifier for their Electro Suspension Magnet had failed.  Alarmed at the failure, we checked through our project records.  After some searching, we discovered that the Electro Suspension Magnet had been originally supplied in 1989.  It was actually older than some of our staff! The customer was…

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10 Tonne Master Magnets Overbands Installed In Russian Coal Processing Plant

Magnetic Separation is a key stage of any screening, crushing and sorting plant and MK Vega-Po LLC (“Radex”), of St Petersburg in Russia, purchased six (6) Electro Overband Magnets from Master Magnets for their coastal coal processing complex in Nakhodka on the Trudny Peninsula, approximately 85km (53 miles) east of Vladivostok in Russia. Development of…

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