Magnetic Grate Separator Hopper Magnets is installed or simply laid-inside of hoppers, housings, and bins to trap and hold ferrous fines, fragments, and small metal objects.
Technology: magnetic grate
Separated substance: liquid
Application domain: waste recycling, for the food industry, for the chemical industry, for production lines, for the plastics industry
Other characteristics: self-cleaning
1. Frame and tube material is 304 or 316L stainless steel.
2. Standard magnetic grates are assembled with stainless steel frame and 25mm diameter round bars.
3. The frame and magnetic bar surface can be fine polished and full welded to meet food grade or pharmacy application.
4.Standard working temperature<=80℃, if needed, max. working temperature from 80℃ to 350℃ is also available.
5. Normal item(N style), Easy-cleaning(E style), grate with angle baffles or rod are available.
Grate magnets are fitted in hoppers, vertical ducts, intake opening, and bag loading or unloading points. The magnets can be used as single units or stacked in rows to remove fine or weakly magnetic contamination from free-flowing granular products. Grate magnets also fit our standard housings, see leaflet gh_td1. Stock sizes are on page grs_td1. Non-standard sizes are made to order including rectangles and semi-circles.
Magnetic grate separator
All grate magnets are available as standard in high strength 890 or the latest rare earth/neodymium range of magnetic materials. Rare earth/neodymium models are the same size but have the letter ‘n’ after the model type i.e. Gr’n’ or gs’n’.
stainless steel magnetic grate separator magnet
To select the correct grate magnet size, double the area of that required for normal throughput. Where large amounts of contamination are expected the above area should be further increased to allow for the iron accumulation. This extra area also reduces the cleaning cycle.
Cost and time are kept to a minimum with these units which sit quite happily in round or square hoppers. A stainless steel runner/support can be used if location is necessary on intake and duct applications.