Clean Scrap Magnet - Permanent

for cleaning metal scrap

Scrap is feed to the belt conveyor by means of a vibratory feeder. The conveyor transports the material to the permanent magnetic pulley, whose magnetic field attracts the ferrous particles. The trajectories of ferrous particles therefor are shortest, whereas non-ferrous material or compounds have wider flightpaths. This will create serperation of materials off of the magnet.

Advantages

  • constant scrap quality without impurities
  • additional income from copper fraction
  • maximized feed rate
  • robust and reliable
  • low Capex
  • low Opex

Data

nominal width500 to 2500 mm
variable belt speed2 to 10 m/s
machineincluding IFE vibrating feeder with unbalanced motors and acceleration chute

Industries

Incineration scrap

Scrap from the incineration of MSW

ELV scrap

Scrap from end-of-life vehicles

WEEE-Schrott

Scrap from waste electrical and electronic equipment

Recycling and Waste

Includes municipal and commercial waste, building site remains, scraps, light packaging and landfill remediation

Do you still have questions or need support?

For a detailed consultation or a material test, our employees or sales partners are at your disposal.

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Meatballs - seperated easily

Steel melt shops accept scrap with a maximum limit of impurities. A big issue are "meatballs", which are compounds of iron/steel and copper, e.g. motors or transformers. These meatballs must be handpicked out of the scrap stream. The CSMP separates those compounds automatically and produces a clean ferrous fraction and a concentrate of impurities incl. meatballs. Manual handpicking can thus be reduced to a minimum by using this Technology.

References & Industries

Recycling and Waste

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Machines:US, AT

Slag processing

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Machines:AT

Contact & Information

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