Series F1 Gravity Flow Electromagnetic Separators
For open systems of liquids and slurries, we offer the Gravity Flow model. This model is most commonly used in ceramic slips and glazes.
How the F1 Gravity Flow Electromagnetic Separator Works
- Material is fed into an open bowl at the top of the unit.
- Material is processed through proprietary grids or other matrix materials.
- Material is discharged through a centered pipe-threaded connection at the bottom.
A safety valve holds open when power is on, and closes off the discharge when the current is interrupted (to prevent contamination of the cleaned product). A float valve controls outflow discharge so as to flood the working space and provide uniform, low-velocity flow through the matrix where magnetic separation takes place.
Water-cooled units require a continuous flow of clean, low-dissolved-solids cooling water at a maximum temperature of 95°F (32°C).