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Articles Tagged with ''separation''

Self-cleaning Plate Housing Magnet

The new Bunting self-cleaning plate housing magnet incorporates powerful rare earth magnets to reliably and consistently remove metal from flow-resistant materials.
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Circular Vibratory Screener

With a screening area in excess of 75 ft2, Kason's model K100-2(IRC)-SS circular vibratory screener separates oversize particles from bulk material at rates up to 150 tons per hour.


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Magnetic Separators for Metalworking Industry

Eriez offers a wide assortment of magnetic separation equipment to effectively and efficiently remove ferrous chips, parts and fine contaminants in metalworking applications
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Rare Earth Aftermarket Grates

Plastics processors can immediately improve their profitability by replacing older drawer magnets with powerful Eriez® PM Rare Earth Aftermarket Grates, the company says.
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Automated Scrap-recovering Solution

The Eriez® PolyMag® Process provides multi-material processors a low cost, effective and automated solution to recover manufacturing scrap and waste.
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Metal Detector Paired with Magnetic Separator

The "Double Team" Eriez® Metal Detector/Magnetic Separator combination provides unparalleled protection of valuable crushers and downstream equipment.
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Eddy Current Separators

Eddy Current Separators from Eriez® utilize powerful Rare Earth magnets arranged into a high speed, composite-shelled rotor to deliver exceptional nonferrous metal separation from PET flake and bottles.
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Avoiding accidents at shredder line’s end

Introduced at ISRI 2012 in April, Erie, Pa.-based Eriez’ PokerSort alleviates issues associated with the long rod-like pieces — typically over 24 inches in length — that can damage downstream equipment in automobile and other metal scrap operations.
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Choosing the proper equipment to reduce metal contamination, increase purity

The processing industry faces many unique challenges, including the daunting task of protecting products from all forms of metal contamination. Adding to the challenge, many processing operations with ferrous contamination problems also experience contamination by nonferrous metals, such as brass, aluminum and stainless steel.
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