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11.03.2019 Magnetic separators at Bauma

Bunting Magnetics Europe, Berkhamsted, UK, will be exhibiting its latest generation of high intensity magnetic separators on Stand 133, Hall B2 at Bauma 2019 in Munich, 8-14 April.  The metal and mineral separators are used widely in the mineral processing, quarrying and recycling industries. A reported 583,736 visitors from 219 countries attended Bauma in 2016 where there were 3425 exhibitors from 58 countries. “Bauma provides an ideal opportunity to meet many of our existing customers and introduce ourselves to new potential clients,” explained Dave Hills, Bunting’s head of sales.

High intensity magnetic separators are used to remove weakly magnetic particles from non-metallic minerals such as feldspar and silica sand.  The electromagnetic filter on display is designed to remove magnetically susceptible minerals from mineral and ceramic slurries and glazes.  An electromagnetic coil is used to project a high magnetic field into a centralised cannister containing a magnetic matrix.  During processing, magnetic particles are captured on the points of the matrix.

The dry purification of non-metallic minerals is possible using the high intensity rare earth roll magnetic separator. Separation demonstrations on a laboratory-scale model will take place on the stand. The company’s wide range of metal separation and detection equipment is manufactured at the Redditch factory of its subsidiary Master Magnets.

A Bunting laboratory electromagnetic filter

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