SAIDEEP’s aerodynamically shaped with a solid stainless steel nose cone, the flow through design of the Bullet Magnet allows the magnet to be used anywhere in a pneumatic line system. It can be used ahead of processing equipment and bulk load out to assure product purity and protect machinery from tramp metal damage. The nose cone diverter and magnet assembly of the Bullet is designed to maintain a balanced flow through the housing thereby maintaining uniform velocity in line flow. Ideal for dilute phase systems, typical Bullet Magnet applications include: movement of powder and granular flour, chemical, plastic, food stuff, pharmaceutical and mineral materials.
When the two vibrating motor that installed vertically on the sieve relatively rotate, the eccentric block of two vibrating motors produce rated excitation force. The horizontal excitation force cancel each other out, the vertical excitation force is transported to the whole screen surface through the body mass vibration. Materials do the jumping movement on the screen surface to the outlet because of the vertical excitation force. Materials which smaller than the mesh drop into the lower layer and discharge from the outlet after doing the jumping movement. Because of the reasonable screen, after vibrating screen, we can get materials of different concentration particle sizes and done the rating work of materials.
There are guide strips within the bullet magnet, which direct the material onto the bullet face. The Bullet Separator has been specifically designed for very quick and easy cleaning, reducing production downtime to a minimum.
· Stainless steel construction.
· Rare Earth Magnetic element.
· Units available for horizontal or vertical installation.
· Glass bead surface finish.
BULLET MAGNETS APPLICATIONS:
· Ceramic processing plants.
· Food manufacturing and processing plants.
· Powder handling.
· Wood recycling.
· Plastic processing.
· Grain milling processing.
· Flour Processing and Milling.
· Grain Processing.
· Plastics Granular Processing.
· Kaolin and French chalk processing.