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Adjustment of Feeding Layer Thickness in suspended permanent magnet Remover Operation

The magnetic system of the suspended permanent magnet separator is made of special strong magnetic material. This iron remover will not demagnetize for a long time, will not corrode, is easy to maintain, and does not require any operation during operation. Compared with the traditional In addition to the iron filter, there is no need to backwash with water. In the iron removal operation, the adjustment of the thickness of the feed layer is very important for the suspended permanent magnet separator. Today, we will analyze some problems of the thickness adjustment of the feed layer of the suspended permanent magnet separator.
The thickness of the feed layer is related to the particle size of the raw material to be treated of the suspended permanent magnet separator and the content of the magnetic mineral.
Particle size of raw materials: The thickness of the ore layer is stronger when the coarse-grained material is treated by the suspended permanent magnet separator. For example, when processing the coarse grade, the thickness of the feed should not exceed 1.5 times of the maximum particle size, and the suspended permanent magnet When the iron separator is processed in the middle grade, the thickness of the feed layer can be about 4 times of the maximum particle size, and can be about 10 times for the fine grade material processing.
Magnetic mineral content: The content of magnetic mineral is proportional to the thickness of the feed layer. When the content of magnetic mineral is small, the corresponding feed layer is thinner. If it is too thick, the magnetic mineral grains in the lowermost layer are strong. The suspended permanent magnet separator has a small magnetic force and, in addition to its own weight, is also subjected to the pressure of the above non-magnetic ore particles, thereby reducing the recovery rate of the magnetic product.

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