The QM-05 has a single housing with a process path length of 0,9 m. That is the distance the fluid travels from inlet to outlet, which gives a process time of 2 seconds at a flow of 5 m3/h.
The capacity is specified at 0-10m3/h, but the actual capacity depends on the particle sizes and the required separation rate. The larger a particle, the the stronger the particle is attacted by the magnet and the faster it travels through the fluid to the surface of the magnet. If there are only few small particles, or if it is not necessary to separate the finest particles, a higher flow, up to 15m3/h, is possible.
There is no risk of particles being ripped off from the surface of the magnet again, because of a higher flow. Because the magnet is continuously kept free from deposited material, particles will always be directly on the surface of the magnet, where the strength is maximal.
The magnet-system is constructed from base magnets with a flux density of 13.000 Gauss. The resulting magnetic system has a flux density, at the surface, of 6.000 Gauss and 6 separate poles. The total magnetized surface is 6,5 dm2.
|Pressure drop||< 0,1 bar at 10 m3/h|
|Separation rate||>98% at 10 m3/h|
|Max. width||400 mm|
|Energy consumption*||< 0,25 W|
* magnet drive only