Most commonly used in the coal processing industry, these wet drum separators are used to recover magnetite and other
Most commonly used in the coal processing industry, these wet drum separators are used to recover magnetite and other highly magnetic fines from liquid slurry. They operate with an outside shell that is driven around an inside stationary permanent magnet assembly. This shell is protected by a replaceable stainless steel wear cover. Magnetic particles adhere to the revolving shell until they are out of the magnetic field, where they are automatically discharged.
Drums are available in either 30-in., 36-in., or 48-in.-dia. in widths from 24-in. to 120-in.. The standard magnetic circuit is 550 gauss at 2-in. from the drum face. 750 and 925 gauss circuits are also available in the 36-in. and 48-in.-dia. models. The separators are available in both single and double configurations. The standard double is concurrent primary/counterrotation secondary in a vertical arrangement. A staggered or offset double drum arrangement is available in either a concurrent/concurrent or concurrent/counterrotation design.
Dings Magnetic Group, 4740 W. Electric Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53219. Tel: 414-672-7830; Fax: 414-672-5354.