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Reducing Downtime and Protecting Expensive Equipment

21.01.2021, 23:44

Reducing Downtime and Protecting Expensive Equipment

Magnetic separators from Pell City, Alabama-based Douglas Manufacturing Co,. are helping to prevent downtime and protect expensive processing equipment used for purifying conveyed material.


The company’s solutions include permanent magnetic separators, electromagnetic separators, magnetic pulleys and metal detectors which are manufactured to meet or exceed all relevant industry standards, and engineered to protect expensive processing equipment whilst effectively removing ferrous metals.


Permanent and electromagnetic separators are available with available with self-cleaning capabilities and also offered as manual cleaning models, as well as in a range of heavy-duty and super duty field strengths to separate tramp ferrous metals from the conveyed material. They are suspended above the belt and pull tramp metal up and away from the belt effectively and efficiently. The self-cleaning model discharges captured ferrous metals safely away from the conveyor, and this means customers can be assured of a cleaner product with little to no ferrous metal contamination. 


Best-selling separator models currently include: 

1. Self Cleaning Permanent Magnetic Separator (CBM – Standard Power or CBX – Super Power). 

2. Standard Manual Cleaning Permanent Magnetic Separators (HMG – Standard Power or XMG – Super Power). 

3. CEMA class Permanent Magnetic Head Pulleys (PMG). 


CEMA/ANSI-compliant manufacturing pulleys are also available for integration with any kind of head pulley application used for in the removal of harmful tramp ferrous metal or in custom plant configurations.


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