The modified design consists of a single row of thick bars with a diameter of 50 mm instead of two thin bars with a diameter of 25 mm that were used previously. This results in higher separation yield, as shown by new measurement techniques, inter alia, in simulations of magnetic fields and tests. The thicker bars have a higher flux density as well as a deeper holding field and have prolonged contact with the magnetic particles. Another advantage is the reduced height of the magnet as a whole, which means less installation height is required. This is a benefit in particular with poorly flowing powders.
With its enormous magnetic holding power of 12 000 gauss at the bars, the Easy Cleanflow magnet is also perfectly suitable for the separation of small, low-magnetic stainless steel particles. Tests and measurements have also shown that magnetic holding power alone is not sufficient to separate stainless steel particles. It is also of paramount importance that these particles, when flowing past the bars, get into contact with them. Optionally mountable deflectors can effectively guide the product flows that contain low-magnetic (stainless steel) particles along the bars, thus the product is always in contact with the bars.
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