Magnetic Separators at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics

By buntingeurope | 23 January 2017

Metal Separation Solutions from Bunting Magnetics

A range of Bunting Magnetic Separators will be displayed on stand U74 at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics show held at FIVE in Farnborough, UK (21st to 23rd March 2017).

Magnetic Separators are used extensively in the process industry to capture problematic ferrous and magnetically-susceptible materials.  At the exhibition, Bunting will be displaying and demonstrating the magnetic strength of a Tube Cartridge MagnetsPlate Magnets and FF Drawer Grate Magnets.

Metal Found in Plastic Recycling Bunting Magnetics-2

Typical Metal Contamination

“Metal contamination is a real problem,” explained Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “Not only does it damage processing equipment and affect product quality, but is can also prove costly in both monetary and reputation terms.”

Magnetic Separators are used in a wide range of industries including:

Perfect Plastics Plant

Plastics Flowsheet with Magnetic Separator and Metal Detector locations

“There are many different designs of Magnetic Separator for specific locations within a process plant.  We often provide free assistance visiting plants and working out the best and most practical location for the metal separators,” said Dave.

Bunting has been attending the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Show for many years.  Also on display on the stand will be a selection of Magnets, Magnetic Assemblies, and Factory Magnet Solutions.  Many of these items are sold online through the eMagnets UK website.

“At Bunting we specialise in all things magnetic, whether that is a Neodymium Magnet Disc or a Rare Earth Plate Magnet.  Southern Manufacturing is one of the few shows where we display products from across all our range, from Magnets to Magnetic Chucks to Tube Magnets.”

For further information on Magnetic Separators or Metal Detectors, please visit the Bunting stand or contact our technical sales team on:

Bunting Europe at PRE 2015-2520

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