Eddy current separators are widely used to separate non-ferrous metals (aluminum, copper, brass, etc.) from all kinds of downstream bulk material.
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 the bulk, while the raw materials simply fall off the belt.
Eddy current separators have a conveyor belt system with a high-speed magnetic rotor at the end. The rotation speed of the magnets generates an induction field, creating a rapidly changing magnetic field. The separation is based on the principle that every electrically conductive particle located in an alternating magnetic field is temporarily magnetized.
For successful non-ferrous separation, a drum magnet should be installed prior to an Eddy Current Separator. Thus it could protect the eddy current separator from causing damage to the belt by ferrous metal.
The vibration feeder provides stable feeding volume and increases separation efficiency.
Features of our ECS:
Equipment Performance Advantages
Ultra High-Strength and Frequency Magnetic Rotor
Large Number Poles Rare Earth Eccentric Rotor for fine size fractions
Equipment Safety Introduction
Over-temperature alarm (with bearing temperature monitoring, over-temperature alarm function)
Stainless steel outer barrel (rotor wrapped with stainless steel protection barrel outside to prevent the magnetic block from falling off)
Low noise (the noise is less than 75 decibels )
Safety design for vibration feeder
Equipment operation and maintenance
Rotor position could be adjusted for optimum separation
Simple splitter adjustment for easy operation and optimum separation result
Unique frame design for quick belt change
Unique guard design for easy maintenance
Balanced and sealed rotor with the wear-resistant shell to increase rotor life