How to recycle non-ferrous metals in industrial solid waste sorting machine
The industrial solid waste sorting machine is a sorting technology that uses the conductivity of different materials. The classification principle is to use a magnet rotor composed of magnets. The rotor will generate a magnetic field during high-speed rotation and produce replacement changes.
When a metal with a conductive function passes through a magnetic field, an eddy current is induced in the metal. The eddy current itself will generate a magnetic field, which replaces the conversion and is opposite to the magnetic field produced by the rolling of the magnet rotor. Non-ferrous metals (copper, aluminum, zinc, tin) will jump out along the conveying direction due to repulsive force; when used with glass, separate plastic and other non-metallic substances for classification purposes. Let me share with you how to expand the use of industrial solid waste separators.
The selected materials should be iron removed before entering the industrial solid waste separator to prevent excessive or excessive iron content from causing damage or malfunction to the industrial solid waste separator.
All moving parts should be regularly lubricated in accordance with the instructions on the label or the instruction manual (note: use 3# lithium grease in summer and 1# or 2# lithium grease in winter) to ensure the normal operation of the non-ferrous metal sorting machine run.
The industrial solid waste separator should keep the environment clean during use, and clean the inside of the equipment regularly to prevent all kinds of dirt from being sucked into the belt and accidents.
Due to the different viscosity of butter, the non-ferrous metal sorter is used in winter, which may cause the inverter to give an overload alarm and stop when the non-ferrous metal sorter starts. You can reduce the frequency of startup or repeated startup until the device is operating normally.
The sorting outer cylinder is made of epoxy layer glass cloth tube, which has high strength and good wear resistance. When using it on site, please check whether there is any sundries in the belt body. Do not inhale iron parts. If so, please clean it in time, otherwise it will damage the non-ferrous metal sorter or fail to operate normally. Since objects are wearable parts, their service life has a lot to do with on-site environmental factors and equipment maintenance. Generally, the normal maintenance service life is about 12 months. As time goes by, the service life will be shortened accordingly.