REVOLVER MAGNETIC SEPARATOR by - zealtek 2015-09-30¢  REVOLVER MAGNETIC SEPARATOR Kentucky Office 775
REVOLVER MAGNETIC SEPARATOR by - zealtek 2015-09-30¢  REVOLVER MAGNETIC SEPARATOR Kentucky Office 775

REVOLVER MAGNETIC SEPARATOR by - zealtek 2015-09-30¢  REVOLVER MAGNETIC SEPARATOR Kentucky Office 775

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  • R E V O LV E R MA G N E T I C S E PA R ATO R

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    F O R M O R E I N F O R M A T I O N C O N T A C T U S A T :

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    R E V O L V E R M A G N E T I C S E P A R A T O R S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

    Model No. Total No.

    Bars

    Equipment Nom. Dimensions (inches) Max Flowrate Total Area Betw. Bars

    (ft 2 )

    Flow Velocity (in/sec) A B C D E O.A.H. GPM ft

    3 /sec

    RVV-105 105 19.875 54.5 58.125 6 8 59 1/2 300 0.67 4.01 2.00

    RVV-120 120 32.375 54.5 58.125 6 8 72 425 0.95 6.23 1.82

    RVV-150 150 57.375 54.5 58.125 8 10 97 675 1.50 8.76 2.06

    RVV-180 180 82.375 54.5 58.125 8 10 122 900 2.01 11.93 2.02

    RVV-210 210 107.375 54.5 58.125 12 14 147 1150 2.56 15.09 2.04

    RVV-240 240 132.375 54.5 58.125 12 14 172 1375 3.06 18.26 2.01

  • E x a c t r a t i o n ’ s R e v o l v e r S e r i e s M a g n e t i c S e p a r a t o r p r o d u c t s

    r a i s e t h e c a l i b e r o f o p e r a t i o n f o r s e p a r a t i o n a n d r e m o v a l

    o f f e r r o u s m e t a l s f r o m l i q u i d s .

     The Revolver is a Variation of the High Standard

     High Strength Permanent Magnets Encapsulated in a Stainless Steel Tube

     Low Fluid Velocity Typically Less Than 2 in/sec (50 mm/sec) Between Bars

     The Standard Magnetic Bars and Chain are Routed Out Over the Edge of

    the Tank to Discharge into a Hopper

     The Exactration Revolving Cleaning Mechanism Wipes the Bars as They are

    Positioned Over the Hopper

     Chain Driven Wipers are Less Complex than the Gear and Cam Design of

    the Standard Wiper

    R E V O L V E R C R I T I C A L D E S I G N F E A T U R E S

    W W W . E X A C T R A T I O N . C O M ( 8 4 4 ) 4 4 - E X A C T

    These units incorporate magnetic bar technology excellent for removal of magnetic and paramagnetic particles.

    Our patent pending automation technology eliminates the mechanical drive wiper system and replaces it with a

    revolving wiper system for cleaning of the magnetic bars.

     Reduce or Eliminate Disposable Media

     Built as a Drop In Module

     The Cleaning Section is Outside the Tank

     Less Complicated Cleaning Mechanism

     Requires Less Space Because it Does Not Have the Large Wiper Assembly

    R E V O L V E R A D V A N T A G E S

    B R O C H U R E I S S U E 0 1

    R E V O L V E R H O W I T W O R K S !

     Cold Rolling Coolant Systems

     Coil/Strip Cleaning Systems

     Coil Grinding Systems

     Polishing Filter for Existing Ferrous Coolant Systems

    R E V O L V E R A P P L I C A T I O N S

    Dirty liquid enters the separator tank at the bottom through a distributor pipe and flows evenly between

    the magnetic bars. Perforated distribution panels located behind the magnetic bars insure that the

    liquid flows at a uniform velocity throughout the entire magnetic field thus improving the efficiency of

    separation. Fluid velocity is held below 2 in/sec (50 mm/sec) providing sufficient time for the ferrous

    particles to attract to the magnetic bars. Typically, each bar will coat with 1/8” to 3/16” thick build up of

    ferrous particles (swarf), depending upon the dirt generated by the process. The bars are continuously

    indexed through the separation tank, then routed out over the edge of the tank to the cleaning section.

    Each bar is wiped three (3) times by the upper and lower revolving wiper plates, which discharge the

    material directly into a hopper. The clean liquid flows out of the tank at the top through a collector pipe

    and into the clean tank.