- Applicable Materials:
The magnetic separator is suitable for iron magnetite, pyrrhotite, roasting ore and ilmenite, whose particle size is no more than 3 mm.
How it works
After entering the tank through the ore tank, the slurry is turned into ore particles under the action of the water flow to the mine spout and enters the feeding area of the tank. Due to the magnetic field, the magnetic ore particles are magnetically aggregated to form a "magnet" or "magnetic flux". Subjected to magnetic force in the slurry, it moves toward the magnetic pole and is adsorbed on the surface of the cylinder.When the "magnet" or "magnetic flux" rotates with the cylinder, alternated magnetic poles contribute to the magnetic mixing phenomenon, therby causing non-magnetic minerals such as gangues in the "magnet" or "magnetic flux" to fall off. The "magnet" or "magnetic flux" that is ultimately adsorbed on the surface of the cylinder is the concentrated ore.
A Wide range of applications
It can be used for coal mines, foundry sands, refractory materials, and other iron removing operations.
High-performance permanent magnets are added to the magnetic structure to ensure that the magnetic property is not lost even under high flow conditions.
High Product Quality
In ceramic industry, it can be used to remove the mixed iron from the porcelain mud, thus improving the quality of ceramic products.
- The production line of magnetically separating iron ore
- iron ore
- Capacity: 150 t/h
- FTM Machinery sent their technical engineers to our factory for on-the-spot investigation, designing and configuring a complete production line for us. They were very responsible for the on-site installation and commissioning of the entire project. We have already used them for two years, and there are few failures. More importantly, the production line has high output and low cost.