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Magnets remain attractive option

The evolution of both magnet materials and advanced separator design has propelled magnetic separation into a preferred role for removing tramp metals
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There are five basic materials used in the construction of magnetic separators: Alnico aluminium- nickel-cobalt), ceramic (barium-ferrite), samarium-cobalt (first generation rare earth), neodymium-iron-boron (second generation rare earth) and electromagnets.
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