Magnetic Conveyors

Magnetic conveyors are a type of material handling equipment that use magnets to move goods and products along a conveyor system. They are often used in industries such as metalworking, automotive, and recycling to transport materials such as metal parts, chips, and scrap.

Magnetic conveyors work by using a magnetic drive system, which consists of a series of permanent magnets arranged in a specific pattern along the conveyor. The magnets generate a magnetic field that attracts ferrous materials, such as iron and steel, and moves them along the conveyor. Non-ferrous materials, such as aluminum and copper, are not affected by the magnetic field and are not transported.

Magnetic conveyors can be configured in various ways to suit different applications. They can be designed to operate in a horizontal or inclined orientation, and can be equipped with different types of drive systems, such as belt or chain, depending on the application requirements. They can also be customized with different types of magnetic patterns and strengths, depending on the size and weight of the material being transported.

Magnetic conveyors offer several advantages over other types of material handling equipment. They are ideal for handling ferrous materials that are prone to damage or contamination, as the magnetic field helps to prevent contact between the material and the conveyor surface. They are also well-suited for applications that require precise control over the material flow, as the magnetic field can be adjusted to control the speed and direction of the material.