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    http://www.sollau.com – The MS chute magnet is designated for inclined pipeline systems, where the application of other types of the magnetic separators would be difficult or even impossible. In order to achieve optimal separation results, the angle of the pipeline, in which the chute magnet is mounted, should not exceed 45° from the vertical. The chute magnets are available in several versions with different strengths of the magnetic field (ferritic, weaker neodymium types with N35 magnets, stronger neodymium types with N52 magnets) and in both heavy and light variants so that they could be modified exactly according to the customers´ individual requirements. The ferritic version is used for removal of bigger ferromagnetic contaminants, such as screws, rivets, nails, washers (which could damage subsequent processing devices) mainly from low material flow. The neodymium versions are very strong and they are used for separation of fine ferromagnetic particles (as for example metal splinters, wear from the pipeline, iron scales, pieces of machined stainless steel, etc.) even from a higher material layer (the neodymium magnets can capture particles from the size of 60 micrometers, but they are also capable of removing bigger ferromagnetic particles).

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