the recovery of non-ferrous metals is the economic basis of every recycling system. steinert eddy current separators with an eccentric pole system optimally meet this requirement – it is no coincidence that more than 4000 of them are in use worldwide convincing by their high extraction volumes and durability at the same time.
eddy current separators. star trace eddy current separators devices are an effective way of removing non-ferrous metals from other products. application such as aluminum cans from municipal waste aluminum flakes from shredded pet brass and aluminum from foundry sands and metals from shredded auto mobile scrap other metals such as lead can also be removed.
e-waste recycler goes high-tech to boost volume to take out non-ferrous metals there's a machine with an eddy current--a rapidly alternating magnetic field--which sends materials into a
the eddy current separator is applied to a conveyor belt carrying mixed waste. at the end of the conveyor belt there is an eddy current rotor. non-ferrous metals are pushed forward by eddy current pole from the belt into the metal chute the rest of material simply fall off the belt due to gravity to the second chute. check video:
the eddy current separator is a non-ferrous separator that goudsmit has been producing and improving for many years. for more information: https://www.goudsm
the eddy current separator is applied to a conveyor belt carrying a thin layer of mixed waste. at the end of the conveyor belt is an eddy current rotor. non-ferrous metals are thrown forward from the belt into a product bin while non-metals simply fall off the belt due to gravity.
they purify large bulk streams and/or separate non-ferrous metals for reuse. eddy current separators have many uses. they can handle high capacities because the conveyor belt separates and carries away non-ferrous metals continuously and fully automatically.
an eddy current separator uses a powerful magnetic field to separate non-ferrous metals from waste after all ferrous metals have been removed previously by some arrangement of magnets. the device makes use of eddy currents to effect the separation. eddy current separators are not designed to sort ferrous metals which become hot inside the eddy current field.