All metal separators in the form of induction sorting systems are an efficient way to reliably separate different metals. This type of equipment is a valuable addition to magnetic sorting and eddy-current separation methods for recovering residual metals from mixed materials. This system is particularly effective for sorting stainless steels and composite materials like cables and circuit boards. Use to produce recoverable metal concentrates such as zurik or stainless steel fractions, and metal-free residual fractions with less than 1% metal content. Primary tasks and applications include use within industries that produce recovered fuels.
The induction sorting system features an acceleration belt that transports materials through the detection area. Beneath the conveyor belt, a modern inductive metal sensor generates an electromagnetic field. Conductive objects pass through the highly sensitive sensor area. Once detected and classified, metal parts are sorted and then diverted from their path. A targeted blast of compressed air ejects the metal parts from the material stream. There are various sensors available for different applications, including coil diameters for coarse or fine resolutions. All-metal separators are ideal for simple applications. For more complex tasks, the ARGOS metal detector can be supplied with a combination sorting system controller.
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