Magnetic Coolant Separator

A magnetic coolant separator (magnetic dust separator) is used to separate iron dust particles from the coolant fluid. When coolant with iron impurities comes in contact with a magnetic drum, the iron particles get extracted. The magnetic drum is kept clean all the time by a scraper blade along the circumference and a rubber roller squeezes the sludge gathered to ensure that no coolant is wasted.


Salient Features:

  • A sturdy welded M.S Frame / S.S Frame
  • The magnets enclosed in the stainless-steel drum have powerful an-isotropic ferrite magnets with uniform magnetic fields all along the circumference
  • Have a neoprene rubber roller with cover bearings
  • A stainless-steel blade with adjustments for efficient scrapping of the sludge
  • An electric motor working 440 V with reduction gear revolving the drum at about 6.5 RPM
  • Standard unit with capacity of 50, 100, 150, and 200 Liters/min.
  • Customized design/capacity is also available
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