Rota-Grid Separator

Removes ferrous contamination from substances prone to bridging or caking

  • Rotating magnetic grid ensures continuous flow
  • Ideal for dry and semi-dry powders and granulate such as starch
  • Includes easy clean magnetic cartridge to minimise cleaning downtime
  • ATEX approved versions available

Overview - Rota-Grid Separator

High intensity magnetic separator for dry, semi-dry powders and granulates

The Rota Grid unit comprises of a centrally mounted magnetic rota which incorporates several "Easy Clean" magnetic rods. This rotates to gently agitate the product, therefore preventing any blockages and ensuring flow continuity.

Whilst the primary function of this unit is to extract ferrous contamination from product that is prone to caking or bridging, the rotary action of the grid means contamination is presented to a greater number of magnetic surfaces than a standard fixed grid, offering even more effective contamination removal.

The Rota-Grid magnetic separator can be supplied to Pharmaceutical standards if required.

Applications
Suitable for the magnetic separation of dry and semi-dry powders and granulates
Can be installed in any vertical process line

Benefits
Housed easy clean grid magnets are easy to clean
High collection capacity of contamination
Removes micron sized contaminants
Reduces 'spark' risk

Performance
Magnetic performance: 7000, 9000, 10000 (Easy clean), 11000 (Fixed) &  12000 (Fixed) Gauss
Performance reading: On tube surface

Magnet grade: N35  - Inspected and confirmed via hysterograph prior to use
Temperature: -20°C / +60°C
Pressure: + / - 0.2 Bar
Electrical Specification: 400v industrial three phase IP65 rated motor gearbox

Construction
Magnetic Material: Rare Earth Neodymium Iron Boron - (NdFeb)
Housing: 316 grade stainless steel
Tubing: 316 grade stainless steel
Other Parts: 316 grade stainless steel
Sealing: Self adhered white foam
Surface finish: Brushed internally / Polished externally to 1.2μm

For automated clean rotating separator see Auto-Rota Shuttle

 

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John Smith, MMTCI

"Magnetic filtration has dramatically cleaned up our fluids and improved the surface finish we can offer. It extracts around 50Kg per day of ferrous waste."

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