Magnetic chip conveyors transfer wet or dry ferrous scrap without carryover.
PRAB’s magnetic chip conveyors effectively transfer wet or dry ferrous chips, stamping slugs, turnings, parts or die scrap without carryover.
This scrap conveyor system moves material with the aid of permanent ceramic magnets located under a stainless-steel slider bed. An oil reservoir in the base of the conveyor self-lubricates the chain for quiet performance and low maintenance of this scrap handling system.
The PRAB Magnetic Conveyor is available with stainless steel slider bed in smooth or Rigidized® surfaces. This system can be built in a heavy-duty model or as a standard scrap handling system as described below.
PRAB Ferrous Material – Magnetic Conveyor
PRAB’s Magnetic Conveyor transports ferrous material downstream.
PRAB Cast Iron Fittings Magnetic Conveyor
PRAB’s magnetic conveyor transports chromate coated cast iron conduit fittings.
Product Brochures: Magnetic Conveyors
Other Downloadable Content
PRAB Builds Equipment for the Toughest Jobs in Manufacturing and Metalworking
Proven To Raise Productivity Up To 60% Documented Results Achieved by PRAB Customers Decreased Downtime Downtime Before PRAB: 3-4 hoursDowntime After PRAB: 2 minutes Safer Workplace “Our process of disposing metal scrap has become more ergonomic and safer.” – Jack Rovan, Martin-Baker Long Lasting Equipment: Conveyors Still Operating in the Field After 57 Years PRAB Conveyors […]
There isn’t an employer in existence that shouldn’t consider slips and falls to be a significant safety concern in its facilities. In an article about overlooked hazards and risk zones in the workplace, Facility Executive magazine cites some sobering numbers: Same-level slip and fall accidents are the leading cause of workplace injuries and totaled almost 200,000 in 2015, according to […]
As an Engineering Manager for PRAB, Jason Luzader has experience regarding heavy-duty conveyors. In this latest blog post, he answers a few questions that organizations should consider when searching for a new conveyor system. Q) What are some common factors organizations don’t consider when installing a conveyor? A) A key factor I see customers overlook when installing a […]