Eriez to introduce suspended magnets to U.S. at CONEXPO-CON/AGG
Latest magnets are a powerful, reliable and economical choice for aggregate and concrete recycling
and are a powerful, reliable and economical choice for aggregate and concrete recycling customers as well as mobile crusher OEMs and conveyor OEMs.
utilize a single-pole permanent magnet circuit to provide a uniform field across the feed belt to optimize separation efficiency of damaging tramp iron. utilize a twin-pole permanent magnet circuit to provide maximum ferrous removal at higher suspension heights. The twin-pole magnetic circuit used by the TP Series Magnets allows for horizontal lift of longer ferrous objects, such as rebar or wire.
Customers can choose from manual and self-cleaning configurations for Eriez' Quick Ship Program and available to meet customers' most urgent needs.and . These units are now part of
In addition to the Eriez' HVF Feeder, Suspended Electromagnet and AIP Magnetic Pulley. Visitors will have a chance to view equipment demonstrations and speak with Eriez experts who can match solutions to their toughest processing challenges.and , the company's 2020 display will also feature an
To see Eriez at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020, stop by booth B-93309.
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