Belt-Free Magnetic Conveyors

November 1, 2007

Puritan Magnetics, Oxford, MI, introduces its line of belt-free magnetic conveyors, designed to convey stamping scrap, knockouts or chips and turnings from lathes, mills, presses or other metalworking machinery. The virtually maintenance-free, belt-free design eliminates the associated jamming, tearing and premature wear associated with belt-type conveyors. Internal magnetic assemblies attached to heavy-duty roller chain travel around the inside of the conveyor body. The magnetic field projects through the stainless-steel conveying surface, attracting parts or scrap to its surface. As the magnet assemblies travel inside, the ferrous objects are conveyed externally along the stainless-steel slide bed until they are discharged.

Puritan Magnetics: 248/628-3808;

Industry-Related Terms: Bed, Ferrous, Scrap, Surface
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See also: Puritan Magnetics, Inc.

Technologies: Pressroom Automation


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