Including wet high intensity, induced roll, rare earth roll, rare earth drum, low intensity and medium intensity magnetic separators the Reading range has a magnetic solution to fit your particular processing requirements[email protected]
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The WHIMS range includes 4, 16, 24 and 48 pole machines with either 68 or 120 millimetre separation matrix widths. WHIMS separators are suitable for applications requiring higher magnetic field gradients to remove weakly magnetic particles from non-magnetic concentrates. Nominal capacities range from 6 to 150 tonnes per hour
Reading induced roll and semi-lift induced roll magnetic separators are available with 2 starts, single or twin-pass configurations in 133 millimetre roll diameter and 760 millimetre roll width or 160 millimetre roll diameter and 1000 millimetre roll width, and deliver nominal capacities of up to 12 tonnes per hour. Pilot roll laboratory scale separators are available in both induced roll and semi-lift induced roll configurations.. Typical applications include:
The rare earth magnetic separator range achieves the most effective dry separation of paramagnetic minerals at high throughput rates. The range includes Rare Earth Roll (RERS) and Rare Earth Drum (REDS) Separators which are available in a range of configurations and sizes from lab units to full production units
Microplastics (plastic particles, 0.1 μm–5 mm in size) are widespread marine pollutants, accumulating in benthic sediments and shorelines the world over. To gain a clearer understanding of microplastic availability to marine life, and the risks they pose to the health of benthic communities, ecological processes and food security, it is important to obtain accurate measures of microplastic abundance in marine sediments. To date, methods for extracting microplastics from marine sediments have been disadvantaged by complexity, expense, low extraction efficiencies and incompatibility with very fine sediments
Here we present a new, portable method to separate microplastics from sediments of differing types, using the principle of density floatation. The Sediment-Microplastic Isolation (SMI) unit is a custom-built apparatus which consistently extracted microplastics from sediments in a single step, with a mean efficiency of 95.8% (±SE 1.6%; min 70%, max 100%). Zinc chloride, at a density of 1.5 g cm−3, was deemed an effective and relatively inexpensive floatation media, allowing fine sediment to settle whilst simultaneously enabling floatation of dense polymers. The method was validated by artificially spiking sediment with low and high density microplastics, and its environmental relevance was further tested by extracting plastics present in natural sediment samples from sites ranging in sediment type; fine silt/clay (mean size 10.25 ± SD 3.02 μm) to coarse sand (mean size 149.3 ± SD 49.9 μm). The method presented here is cheap, reproducible and is easily portable, lending itself for use in the laboratory and in the field, eg. on board research vessels. By employing this method, accurate estimates of microplastic type, distribution and abundance in natural sediments can be achieved, with the potential to further our understanding of the availability of microplastics to benthic organisms