Rota-Grid separator designed to prevent caking

Published: February 15, 2012 6:00 am ET

Eclipse Magnetics Ltd. of Sheffield, England, said its Rota-Grid separator is designed to process bulk powders or granular products that have bridging or caking characteristics that can block free-flow systems. The magnetic rods gently rotate, ensuring maximum extraction of ferrous contamination while also agitating the product.

Eclipse also makes the SieveGuard range of vibratory ingredient sieves, now available in 600-millimeter and 450-millimeter diameters.

Tel. 011 44 144 225 0600, fax 011 44 114 225 0610, e-mail sales@eclipse-magnetics.co.uk.


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