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Posts Tagged ‘Tramp Metal’

Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors at VICTAM 2019

Grate magnet

Metal contamination is a common problem in the animal feed and grain industries.  Practical and proven solutions will feature on stand A029 at the VICTAM International 2019 exhibition (Cologne, Germany June 12 – 14).  The range of Master Magnets and Bunting Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors both identify and capture problematic metal that is potentially…

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Detecting and Removing Tramp Metal from Conveyors

Metal Detector

The process of quarrying aggregate and mining ore often results in the introduction of tramp metal.  The effective detection and removal of this tramp metal is critical to prevent damage to crushers, screens and conveyors, and is achieved using metal detectors and magnetic separators. The design of metal detector or magnetic separator is dependent upon…

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Electro Overband Magnet Selection

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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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Electro Overband Magnet Removes Metal from Copper Ore

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The photograph shows a large self-cleaning Electro Overband Magnet packed and ready for despatch to a copper ore mine in Bulgaria.  This is the third Electro Overband Magnet purchased by the mine to remove tramp ferrous metal from the crushed ore. The Application The mine is installing the Electro Overband Magnet to remove tramp ferrous metal…

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10 Tonne Master Magnets Overbands – Russia

10 Tonne Overband Magnet

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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