Magnetic rods – the main benefits
- Sufficient magnetic output for the testing of magnetic impurities
- Possibility of using with dry mixtures
- High separation level – the strongest NdFeB magnets are used; magnetic force loss is reduced due to a precise machining of the magnetic rod covering pipe, to the thickness of 0.6 – 0.7 mm at maximum.
- To the pipeline end, a large-volume bag may be attached quite simply.
Magnetic rods – industrial utilization areasí
Using in dry materials
In general, magnetic grates may be used in all industrial areas where dry, homogeneous materials are to be cleaned, or dry material mixtures in small to very fine fractions with good loose parameters need to pass through the process
Grates consisting of magnetic rods are not suitable to be used with abrasive matters because the rod wall is machined to a small thickness so it may become worn out very soon. Adhesive materials are not suitable neither. The grates formed by rods are usually stationary, i.e. there is a risk of grate clogging due to so called material “arching”.
- Agricultural product industry, feeding mixtures, food industry
- Production of building matters, ceramics and porcelain manufacturing, chemical industry
- Plastics and rubber processing industry, and other industrial areas where dry materials with good loose characteristics are processe.
Magnetic grate general technical specification
- Very strong NdFeB magnets
- Magnetic core Ø= 29 mm,
- Covering pipes Ø=30 mm
- Temperature resistance of the magnetic material: up to 80˚C as a standard
- As an option: up to 120˚C (or, possibly, even higher temperatures)
- Magnetic core is closed in a rod; the core cannot be pulled out
- Magnetic grates form a double-level dropping labyrinth (4+3). The upper row, consisting of four rods, is characterized by the outer rod spacing of 65.3 mm and the inner rod spacing of 69.4 mm. The lower rod row has a unified spacing of 66 mm. The height-defined distance between both of the rod rows is 69 mm.
- Closed rod, rod wall is machined to the thickness of 0.6 mm at maximum.
Grate cleaning technique
This magnetic grate only consists of closed magnetic rods, not pipes with cores disposing of pulling capability. Magnetic rod cleaning is performed manually, by wiping Fe impurities off the rod surface.
Magnetic grates require regular manual cleaning from the magnetic impurities. The cleaning frequency cannot be stipulated generally. It always depends on the size of Fe impurity portion in the medium in question. Grate cleaning interval must be adjusted to that value because each excessive impurity deposit on the grate rods reduces significantly the separation efficiency. Because of that, magnetic grates are recommended for using in discontinuous operations only, where regular, sufficiently frequent grate rod manual cleaning can be provided.
- As a standard: stainless steel 1.4404 / AISI 316
- All materials in the quality according to respective EU standards, with appropriate certifications
- Outer rod surface is treated by polishing
Grate attachment within a pipeline
The grate design allows for its fast assembling and disassembling, by inserting into the bayonet groove, and rotating (securing) of the working position.
- The pipe to be welded, or JACOB clips
All engineering workmanship and machining operations are carried out using machines belonging to own MAGSY manufacturing equipment, using own engineering technology, own MAGSY CZ machines belonging to a modern MAGSY CZ machinery park.
They are performed according to requirements of technological standards valid in stainless steel material welding. Demanding outgoing weld quality inspection guarantees a high outgoing product quality.
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