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.
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