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Superconducting Magnetic Separators

The phenomena of magnetism is well known. The way in which materials respond to a magnetic field can be predicted and the design of magnet systems is now regularly modelled on computer. The real step forward has been in the use of superconducting wire wound magnets that enable much higher fields to be generated. Conventional and familiar is the generation of a magnetic field by permanent

Magnetic Separation Systems Cryomagnetics, inc.

As a leader in high-field superconducting magnet technology, Cryomagnetics has the experience and capability to manufacture high field magnetic separation systems. Typical superconducting magnet–based laboratory systems of the past operate at 5 to 6 Tesla. Cryomagnetics’ 9 Tesla system is the premiere system for testing and analysis of today.

A superconducting magnetic separation system of

Oct 01, 2007 A superconducting magnetic separation system has been developed to remove fine particles of martensitic transformed stainless steel (diameter: 1–10 μm) from a viscous fluid. The magnetic filters were set in the superconducting magnet with large spaces between filters.

A superconducting magnetic separation system of

A superconducting magnetic separation system has been developed to remove fine particles of martensitic transformed stainless steel (diameter: 1–10μm) from a viscous fluid. The magnetic filters

Paul A. Beharrell BSc MSc PhD Quantum Design

A large-capacity superconducting magnetic separator on final test in 1997 The state-of-the-art in superconducting magnetic separation technology is represented by the SHGMS system by Quantum Design, Inc. This system completely eliminates the need for liquid cryogens and requires only electrical power to function. The Quantum Design SHGMS system

Superconducting high grade magnetic separation from Carpco

Sep 01, 1997 The Cryoflow system, meanwhile, is a self-contained laboratory/pilot system for the separation of dry powder materials. Like the Cryofilter, the Cryoflow consists of a superconducting magnet which can be locked at any field strength between 0 and 6

Development of magnetic separation system for thermal

Assuming that the high‐gradient magnetic separation (HGMS) system based on a superconducting magnet can reduce iron oxide scale in boiler feedwater and contribute to the efficient operation of

A superconducting magnetic separation system of

A superconducting magnetic separation system has been developed to remove fine particles of martensitic transformed stainless steel (diameter: 1–10μm) from a viscous fluid. The magnetic filters

Superconducting Open-Gradient Magnetic Separation for

A superconducting open gradient magnetic separation (OGMS) system maybe suitable for the removal of the deleterious transition elements (e.g. Fe, Co, and Ni) and other elements (lanthanides)

Paul A. Beharrell BSc MSc PhD Quantum Design

A large-capacity superconducting magnetic separator on final test in 1997 The state-of-the-art in superconducting magnetic separation technology is represented by the SHGMS system by Quantum Design, Inc. This system completely eliminates the need for liquid cryogens and requires only electrical power to function. The Quantum Design SHGMS system

Superconducting high grade magnetic separation from Carpco

Sep 01, 1997 The Cryoflow system, meanwhile, is a self-contained laboratory/pilot system for the separation of dry powder materials. Like the Cryofilter, the Cryoflow consists of a superconducting

Magnet system for a superconducting magnetic separator

A magnetic separator with superconducting magnets has been designed, constructed and successfully tested. Its application is sorting finely ground ores or minerals with low susceptibility. The system can be described as a superconducting drum separator combining the advantages of the well known reliable conventional drum separators with the advantage of high magnetic

Superconducting Magnet Systems

Janis Research's approach to superconducting magnet system design provides a variety of technical and cost benefits. By maintaining flexibility over the specification and integration of the magnet, electronics, temperature controller, and cryostat, Janis is able to offer magnet systems with performance characteristics tailored to individual

Superconducting Open-Gradient Magnetic Separation for

A superconducting open gradient magnetic separation (OGMS) system maybe suitable for the removal of the deleterious transition elements (e.g. Fe, Co, and Ni) and other elements (lanthanides) from vitrification feed streams due to their ferromagnetic or paramagnetic nature.

Development of magnetic separation system for thermal

Assuming that the high‐gradient magnetic separation (HGMS) system based on a superconducting magnet can reduce iron oxide scale in boiler feedwater and contribute to the efficient operation of thermal power plants, we design a new matrix structure, which should efficiently capture iron oxide particles in boiler feedwater.

Development of superconducting high gradient magnetic

Our system shows very high separation efficiency and can achieve low cost owing to its large production rate compared with conventional systems. The system consists of a 3T superconducting magnet cooled by a cryocooler, a filter made of fine magnetic metal fibers of about 30 μm in diameter with demagnetization circuit and liquid circulation

High Temperature Superconducting Magnetic System for High

High gradient magnetic separation is an effective method for ores enrichment and industrial wastes recycling (including radioactive wastes). The possibilities of separators based on resistive and permanent magnets are limited due to relatively low value of magnetic induction and rather high energy consumption. LTS magnetic systems require liquid helium and complicated cryogenics which can be

A superconducting magnetic separation system of

A superconducting magnetic separation system has been developed to remove fine particles of martensitic transformed stainless steel (diameter: 1-10 μm) from a viscous fluid. The magnetic filters were set in the superconducting magnet with large spaces between filters. The separation efficiency increased with the magnetic field due to the magnetic force to the particles being in the radial

Development of superconducting high gradient magnetic

Nov 01, 2011 In order to develop a magnetic separation system for practical use, the particle trajectory simulation by using solenoidal superconducting magnet was conducted, and the possibility of the magnetic separation for removing ferromagnetic stainless steel (SUS) particles in highly viscous fluid of 10 Pa s was indicated.

Superconducting Magnet System Applications

High Gradient Magnetic Separation (HGMS) Systems HGMS uses a superconducting magnet that provides the high magnetic field background required to produce intense magnetic field gradients at the surface of the separation medium, typically a ferromagnetic mesh.

Magnet system for a superconducting magnetic separator

A magnetic separator with superconducting magnets has been designed, constructed and successfully tested. Its application is sorting finely ground ores or minerals with low susceptibility. The system can be described as a superconducting drum separator combining the advantages of the well known reliable conventional drum separators with the advantage of high magnetic field economically

Development of Magnetic Separation of Water-Soluble

In traditional usage of magnetic separation, it had been applied only to the separation of ferromagnetic materials such as iron related compounds from kaol Development of Magnetic Separation of Water-Soluble Materials Using Superconducting Magnet IEEE Journals & Magazine

Superconducting High-Gradient Magnetic Separator

Superconducting High-Gradient Magnetic Separator (SHGMS) Automated Materials Separation The Quantum Design Superconducting High-Gradient Magnetic Separator (SHGMS) is a low cost, low maintenance, high throughput system for the value improvement of kaolin (China clay) by magnetic separation. The system is focused around a superconducting

PPT Superconducting Magnetic Separation PowerPoint

Title: Superconducting Magnetic Separation 1 Superconducting Magnetic Separation. 2009/7/3; 2 Introduction In the era of mass consumption A magnetic separation system 12 4.1. Results and discussionHGMS system The separation ratio is calculated from the hematite concentrations

Magnetic separation of kaolin clay using a high

Magnetic separation of kaolin clay using a high temperature superconducting magnet system Abstract: A team consisting of Aquafine, Sumitomo Electric and DuPont has performed a successful magnetic separation for removal of mineral contaminants from kaolin, a white clay used extensively in paper processing, using an HTS magnet.

PAPER OPEN ACCESS Magnetic ion-exchange resins for

The superconducting magnetic separation system (SMSS) has been gradually used in automated high capacity processing of wastewater treatment in recent years. This study investigates heavy metals (Cd, Hg, Mn, Ni, Fe, Cu and Zn) removal from aqueous solutions using a magnetic ion-exchange microsphere. Sulfonated magnetic adsorbents (PSt-SO. 3