electromagnetic separator

electromagnetic separator

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′sep·ə‚rād·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Device in which ions of varying mass are separated by a combination of electric and magnetic fields.
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Contract notice: Purchase and installation of additional equipment for sorting hall - electromagnetic separator and magnetic drum fe - task no.
Physicists in general and historians of the Manhattan Project in particular are familiar with the massive scale of the "calutron" electromagnetic separators constructed at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to enrich uranium for use in the Hiroshima Little Boy atomic bomb of World War II.
Separation equipment includes magnetic plates, grates, and traps, rolls and tubes, drum separators, ferrous traps, magnetic pulleys, magnetic sweepers, non-ferrous eddy current separators, and electromagnetic separators, each used to remove fine and large tramp iron from various materials, and at the same time protecting machinery.
Eriez manufactures and markets a full line of permanent and electromagnetic separators, vibratory screeners, pan feeders and conveyors, as well as erium-powered ferrite and rare earth eddy current separators.
FerroFilter electromagnetic separators remove fine magnetizable particles to submicron size from dry materials or fluids.
Electromagnetic separators are typically designed utilizing a solenoid electromagnetic coil.
From its world headquarters in Erie, Pennsylvania, Eriez manufactures and markets a full line of permanent and electromagnetic separators, vibratory screeners, pan feeders and conveyors, as well as erium-powered ferrite and rare earth eddy current separators.
FerroFilter electromagnetic separators remove fine magnetizable particles down to submicron size from dry materials or fluids.
Offers its FerroFilter electromagnetic separators, which remove fine magnetizable particles down to submicron size from dry materials or fluids.

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