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How the magnetic separator works
Gauss Industrial Co.,Ltd | Updated: Dec 13, 2018

After the slurry is fed into the tank by the ore tank, the ore is loosely fed into the feeding area of the tank under the action of the water flow to the mine spout. In the action of the magnetic field, the magnetic ore particles are magnetically aggregated to form a "magnet" or "magnetic flux". The "magnet" or "magnetic flux" is magnetically applied to the magnetic pole, moves toward the magnetic pole, and is adsorbed on the cylinder. . Since the polarities of the magnetic poles are alternately arranged in the direction of rotation of the cylinder, and are fixed during operation, the "magnet" or "magnetic flux" is magnetically agitated due to the alternating magnetic poles when being rotated with the cylinder, and is mixed. The non-magnetic minerals such as gangue in the "magnet" or "magnetic flux" fall off during the flipping, and the "magnet" or "magnetic flux" that is finally attracted to the surface of the cylinder is the concentrate. The concentrate passes to the weakest point of the magnetic system at the edge of the magnetic system, and is discharged into the concentrate tank under the action of the flushing water jet discharged from the unloading water pipe. If it is a full magnetic magnetic roller, the unloading is performed by a brush roller. Non-magnetic or weakly magnetic minerals are left in the slurry with the slurry exiting the trough, which is the tailings.

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