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MEI Online: Magnetic/Electrical Separation: Latest News: April 30th 2015

 
 

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:: Mogensen Spreader Feeder at Steinert Australia

 

Steinert Australia is part of the global Steinert group, a leader in magnetic separation and supplier to a variety of industries for sorting, separation and tramp removal systems. One form of magnetic separation is the magnetic drum which requires a good material spread so an even depth is distributed over the rotating drum, facilitating efficient separation. This is normally achieved using a standard vibrating feeder that requires setting up for the required flow rate and therefore promoting an even spread. A vibratory feeder is normally long and wide to achieve this controlled feed and therefore has a large footprint.

After some initial discussions between Steinert and Mogensen, a Mogensen F3005C spreader feeder was purchased for a magnetic drum separation application in Australia; this gave a much smaller footprint and a very competitive cost. The Mogensen Spreader Feeder required no set up and ran flawlessly from the start with feed rates between 80 and 120 TPH of iron ore, and the overall magnetic separation results were very good.

The Mogensen F3005C Spreader Feeder is a 3m wide model being centrally fed and turns an 800mm inflow into a 3000mm evenly spread outflow. The spreader is fitted with abro wear liners that are easily replaceable and is driven by two Invicta vibrator motors type BLz 40-27/6 giving 6mm peak to peak amplitude. The Mogensen Spreader Feeder is offered in sizes from 1m spread up to 4m and has single or double outlet designs which accommodate most spreading applications.

 

 

   

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