electrostatic separator


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electrostatic separator

[i′lek·trə‚stad·ik ′sep·ə‚rād·ər]
(engineering)
A separator in which a finely pulverized mixture falls through a powerful electric field between two electrodes; materials having different specific inductive capacitances are deflected by varying amounts and fall into different sorting chutes.
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1 generator electrostatic separator type NSG 438 (or equivalent), gauge the pulse generator IGUU 2918 type with a set of accessories and software (or equivalent).
The covering plastic samples were a residue remaining after removing metals using an air classifier, shaking table and induction electrostatic separator.
The wire chop contains about 50/50 PVC and rubber, so these materials are first separated with an electrostatic separator from hamos GmbH to yield material that's 85% PVC, 15% rubber.
in Canada offers an electrostatic separator with a large rotating charging drum.
At NPE, Carpco will run a smaller version of its HTE Series Electrostatic Separator rated at 2000-2500lb/hr.
An electrostatic separator can be used to carry out final separation if needed, Muther says.
Gas before entering the chimney are routed through two electrostatic separators using two pipes with a diameter of 3m to enter the chimney at about 25m above the ground.
Plastic EKS Series Electrostatic Separators from Bunting Magnetics Co.
HTE electrostatic separators for removal of nonferrous metallics from granulated and flake plastics.
Through the use of the latest generation of mineral separation equipment, including spiral separators, high tension rolls, electrostatic separators and rare earth magnets, these minerals can be separated into high purity products for various markets.
Hamos offers electrostatic separators with a newly designed charging box for separating mixtures of plastic flakes, such as PP and PE.
Manufactures HTE electrostatic separators and ELPAC metal detector/separators for removing nonferrous metallics from granulated plastics.

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