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  • Separating non-ferrous metals

  • Ultra high frequency rotor

  • High availability and process stability

  • Low noise and dust emissions


Eddy Current Separator for applications of separating non-ferrous metals;

Recovery of non-ferrous metals is the economic basis of every recycling system. Our Eddy Current Separators with eccentric pole system meet this requirement best. At the same time, they stand out with their high traction volume and durability. Following various processes such as shredding, crushing, classification and magnetic separation, our Eddy Current Separators facilitate the recovery of clean, non-ferrous metal mixtures containing aluminum, copper, zinc or brass.

In its basic structure, an Eddy Current Separator consists of a short belt extension driven at the feed end. There is a fast rotating permanent magnet system on the discharge head pulley. As it rotates, this polar system produces high-frequency, alternating magnetic fields. This causes strong eddy currents in conductive non-ferrous metal parts. These materials create their own magnetic fields in opposition to external fields. Non-ferrous parts are diverted from the remaining material flow due to the force impulse. The eccentric rotor system developed by MT guarantees the highest efficiency, i.e. optimum separation and long-lasting operation.

In general, Eddy Current Separator models are quite flexible. It can be used in many different recycling applications such as Eddy Current Separator, Eddy Current Separator, Aluminum Separator, Aluminum Separation, Eddy Current Magnetic Separator.

Eddy Current Separator advantages;

The magnetic pole system, placed eccentrically on the head pulley of the Eddy Current Separators, concentrates the material precisely in the area where the greatest force is experienced. It is located at the discharge point of the conveyor belt. The adjustable pole system allows this position to be optimally configured according to the available feeding material. So much so that it affects the discharge parabola to the greatest extent possible, thus further intensifying the force effect.

In concentric polar systems, the influence of the magnetic field usually begins too early, meaning that non-ferrous particles are separated from the magnetic field too early and are therefore inadequately oriented. On the other hand, the eccentric pole system ensures that the effect of the magnetic field is at its highest only at the moment of separation and that a field is not created at other points of the conveyor drum. Ferrous metals no longer adhere to these areas of the head pulley, minimizing wear on the belt and drum shell. This is an important difference for the concentric system.


Eddy Current Separators designed for continuous operation;

In our Eddy Current Separators, we achieve outstanding separation results by using neodymium-iron-boron magnets, a thin conveyor belt and an electrically non-conductive drum shell made of composite fiber materials. These ensure maximum field strength and therefore precise, efficient classification. As MT, we offer perfect, cost-effective Eddy Current Separator solutions for your needs.



Tape Width: 1000 / 1200 / 2000 mm
Quick conveyor belt change
Easy maintenance access
Compact and robust design
Direct drive rotor and direct drive conveyor