Simple installation and usage; excellent separation performance.
Magnetism may be used without electricity, saving energy.
Use a magnetic source with high strength permanent magnets for reliable and long-lasting magnetic energy.
Small, dependable, sensible construction that is simple to maintain.
Powerful rejection power and adjustable.
Sixth, a wide variety of non-magnetic non-ferrous metals greater than 2 mm may be sorted due to the sorting particle size range.
It works by creating a strong magnetic field which induces an electric current (known as eddy current) in conductive materials, generating a magnetic field that repels the non-ferrous metals away from the separator. The non-ferrous metals are then expelled into a separate collection area, while the remaining material continues along the production line. Eddy current aluminum separation and other eddy current magnetic separators are commonly used in recycling operations to sort metals based on their conductivity and magnetic properties.
MRF process for domestic waste with MRF Equipment to separate non-ferrous metals (such as aluminum) from other materials
RDF manufacturing plant (garbage derived fuel)
Metal sorting plant
Recycled aluminum sorting
What is eddy current separator recycling principle. The frame, motor system, sorting assembly, sealing cover, and vibration feeding system make up the Hengchuang eddy current separator recycling and eddy current waste separation. A revolving drum and a feeding mechanism make up the sorting assembly. There is a thrust to the materials that produce eddy currents when they move at a relative motion speed to the magnetic field, which causes the non-magnetic conductor materials to separate out when materials containing non-magnetic conductor metals (copper aluminum tin) move through an alternating magnetic field at a certain speed.
To build an eddy current separator recycling and eddy current waste separation, you can follow these steps:
Design: Determine the specifications for the eddy current recycling, such as the material to be separated, the size and shape of the material, and the desired output size.
Material selection: Choose materials for the eddy current recycling components, including the conveyor belt, the rotor, the magnet assembly, and the housing.
Fabrication: Assemble the components of the eddy current recycling, such as the conveyor belt, the rotor, the magnet assembly, and the housing.
Calibration: Adjust the eddy current recycling's parameters such as the magnetic field strength and the conveyor belt speed to optimize its performance.
Testing: Test the eddy current recycling to ensure that it is separating the material as desired.
Installation: Install the eddy current recycling in its intended location, making sure to follow any relevant safety guidelines.
Copper, aluminum, and tin are separated from non-metallic elements by using an eddy current separator Induction eddy currents produced after the materials enter the eddy current separator pull the materials away from it.
Ferrous and non-ferrous metals vary from one another in that ferrous metals include iron while non-ferrous metals do not. Due to their basic differences, these two types of metals have special qualities that add to their distinctive physical characteristics and specify the applications for which they are most appropriate.
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