Drum magnets

 A drum magnet consists of a partially magnetic component mounted inside the drum, which remains stationary while the drum rotates.

As the product is deposited onto the drum, non-magnetic material will fall off at a certain point, while magnetic material will adhere to the drum for a longer duration. Drum magnets are often enclosed in a box to channel the material and facilitate dust vacuuming.


Drum magnets are available in various designs, including ceramic (Ferrite) and Neodymium executions. We also offer a "particularly strong" execution. The choice depends on the product and your objectives. For instance, if you aim to remove coarse iron from a product, a relatively weak drum is the logical choice. On the other hand, if maximum iron removal is desired, especially for small iron particles or challenging materials like stainless steel, a stronger neodymium drum may be preferable.
It's worth noting that a drum that is too strong can result in excessive material being pulled along with the magnet, leading to excessive wear.
Would an adjustable drum magnet be beneficial for your application?

Would you like to know more or are you curious about the possibilities for you? Feel free to contact us for more information.