Our magnetic separation assemblies are expertly engineered devices that take advantage of the differences in magnetic force experienced by mineral particles in a heterogeneous magnetic field. This advanced technology is designed for the rapid and efficient separation of magnetic particles from non-magnetic counterparts. Primarily, these devices are instrumental in the recovery of ferrous materials or the removal of iron impurities from non-magnetic substances.
Our product range has evolved into several standard series, including magnetic rods, magnetic plates, magnetic grids, and etc. These devices are versatile enough to cater to a variety of media, such as liquids, gases, and powders, making them highly applicable in industries such as food, pharmaceuticals, mining, plastics, chemicals, and glass.
Built from premium magnetic materials, our magnetic separation assemblies are a testament to superior manufacturing techniques. They exhibit high magnetic strength and longevity, ensuring optimal performance over time. Available in a variety of sizes and shapes, our products are tailored to meet the specific needs of our clientele, reinforcing our commitment to delivering customized, high-quality magnetic solutions.
Magnetic rods consist of a high-intensity permanent magnets cores interspersed with steel spacers, creating a dense magnetic field circuit. These cores are welded and hermetically sealed within seamless stainless steel tubes, and the surfaces are finely polished to allow efficient absorption and elimination of ferromagnetic substances from powdery or slurry materials. Our magnetic rods are versatile, finding applications across a spectrum of industries including ceramics, power generation, mining, chemicals, materials science, pharmaceuticals, food, environmental protection, electronics, and metallurgy for purification purposes.
The core components of our magnetic rods are magnets and steel tubes. The magnets used can be sintered ferrite, sintered neodymium (NdFeB), or sintered samarium cobalt (SmCo). For stainless steel tubing, we typically use two grades: SUS304, which meets most operating conditions; and SUS316/316L, which offers superior corrosion resistance, making it suitable for the pharmaceutical and food industries.
The ends of our magnetic rods are designed to accommodate a variety of attachment methods, with common styles including threaded holes, bolts, flat ends, and pointed ends, providing versatility and ease of integration into existing systems.
The relationship between the rod outer diameter and the maximum surface magnetic field is shown below.
Rod Diameter Ø16 (0.63")
Rod Diameter Ø19 (0.75")
Rod Diameter Ø22 (0.85")
Rod Diameter Ø25 (1.00")
Rod Diameter Ø32 (1.25")
Rod Diameter Ø38 (1.50")
Rod Diameter Ø50 (1.75")
Magnetic plates are constructed by aligning powerful permanent magnets interspersed with steel spacers to form a high-density magnetic field circuit. This assembly is welded and sealed with stainless steel to create a flat structure, which is then finely polished. Designed to be mounted above or at the end of conveyor belts, troughs, pipelines, feed trays, and conveyor belts, these plates are exceptionally effective at attracting and removing ferromagnetic impurities from solid particles, as well as from flake and block materials. Their utility spans a wide range of sectors, including ceramics, power generation, mining, chemicals, materials science, pharmaceuticals, food, environmental protection, electronics, and metallurgy, to meet diverse decontamination requirements.
The main components of our magnetic plates are magnets and steel plates. The magnets may comprise sintered ferrite, sintered neodymium (NdFeB), or sintered samarium-cobalt (SmCo). For stainless steel materials, we generally offer two options: SUS304, which is suitable for a wide range of operating environments; and SUS316/316L, which provides enhanced corrosion resistance, making it an ideal choice for the pharmaceutical and food industries.
Our magnetic plates are available in a variety of structural designs, with surfaces that can be flat, raised, or inclined. They can also be fitted with additional fixtures such as hinges and bolts to facilitate easy installation and maintenance, ensuring they meet the specific needs of our customers' applications.
The relationship between the thickness of plate and the maximum surface magnetic field is shown below.
Plate Thickness 15mm, Work Range 50mm
Plate Thickness 30mm, Work Range 80mm
Plate Thickness 100mm, Work Range 150mm
Magnetic grids consist of a series of magnetic bars spaced at specific intervals and secured to a metal frame by screws or welding, creating a spatial magnetic field gradient. When installed in storage containers, drawer bins, hoppers, and other such locations, they significantly increase the speed and efficiency of impurity removal.
Depending on the concentration of impurities in the raw materials, the design of magnetic grids can be tailored to be single or multi-layered. To facilitate cleaning, sleeves can also be fitted over the magnetic bars. These features make our magnetic grid not only effective at decontamination, but also user-friendly in terms of maintenance.