Eccentric Eddy Current Separators
Working principle of Eddy Current Separating Systems
Key feature of the eccentric setup is the self-cleaning mechanism of the magnetic rotor. This results in less wear on the rotor which in turn lead to less downtime of the machine. The big diameter of the Bakker Magnetics eccentric rotor makes sure that, despite of this eccentric execution there is a big angle of magnetic influence for optimal separation results.
The working principle of an eddy current separating systems is based on the difference in electric conductivity of nonferrous metals. A conveyor belt leads the product flow towards a magnetic rotor rotating at high speed. This magnetic rotor produces a rapidly alternating magnetic field, causing any nonferrous metals to be ejected from the product flow. Bakker Magnetics rotors utilize radius-shaped magnets to eliminate the excessive air gap, which results in the maximum amount of magnetic force transferred into the nonferrous metals.
Separating ultra fine fractions with Eccentric Eddy Current BM104X
Bakker Magnetics’ newest Eccentric Eddy Current “BM104X”, is specially designed and engineered for separating fines out of, for example, bottom ashes, electronic waste of small metal fractions. The high speed magnetic rotor inside this machine has the highest number of poles available in the market, 104 (!) and operating at a speed of 3.600rpm the BM104X rotor generates an astonishing field frequency of 1.56kHz
Separating course and medium fractions with BM12X and BM36X
The BM12X and BM36X are suitable for separating course and medium fractions respectively. Use can be found in Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), construction and demolition, wood recycling, plastic recycling, etcetera.