Magnetic Conveyors | PRAB
Health & Safety
PRAB conveyors minimize safety risks by decreasing forklift traffic and scrap contact with operators.
Low Maintenance
PRAB conveyors have the industry’s leading reputation as being dependable low-maintenance equipment with long service lives. The magnetic conveyor is self-adjusting, and low maintenance with permanent lubrication and no carryover issues.
Heavy-Duty
PRAB conveyors are built tough to withstand the harsh conditions and materials moved in the metalworking industry.
Value
PRAB conveyors reduce downtime by automating the scrap transfer process- maximizing machine operator production time.

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.

  • Positive discharge of materials
  • Minimal maintenance required
  • Choice of smooth or rigidized stainless steel top slider surface
  • Oil reservoir base with self-lubricating, quiet performance
  • Permanent ceramic magnets with option of rare earth magnets
  • Provides positive discharge with no carryover
  • Alloy steel bar tracks precisely guide chain and magnetic assemblies
  • Self-adjusting chain take-ups are standard
  • Conveyors are custom-engineered from standard components
  • Covered by PRAB’s one-year warranty
  • Heavy duty stainless steel slide plate quiet performance
  • Steel encased UHMW low friction track
  • Available in standard or heavy-duty
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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.

  • Standard Model
    Designed for less strenuous scrap handling applications, this scrap conveyor features a steel-encased, UHMW low-friction track for dependable performance.
  • Heavy-Duty Model
    This scrap conveyor features a self-adjusting drive chain take-up and alloy steel bar tracks that precisely guide the chain and magnetic assemblies under heavier loads.
    Rare earth magnets are available for heavy-duty scrap handling systems
Z-Style Conveyor Diagram

Z-Style Conveyors

  • Utilize plant space
  • Different elevation of discharging point
  • Filling of larger containers
  • Used in overhead layouts
L-Style Conveyor Diagram

L-Style Conveyors

  • Different elevation of discharging point
  • Cost-efficient setup for feeding small containers
Straight Style Conveyor Diagram

Straight Style Conveyors

  • Efficient processing
  • Used in horizontal or inclined layouts

Conveyor Terms: A = Lower Horizontal | L = Length | V = Discharge Height

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.

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