Magnetic Parts Retrieval Conveyors
Bunting’s Magnetic Parts Retrieval Conveyors are designed for any company that uses de-burring bowls to de-burr steel sheet metal stamped or machine parts. These conveyors are ideal for the metal stamping and machining industries. By retrieving parts from out of a de-burring bowl and separating them from the de-burring media, Magnetic Parts Retrieval Conveyors are able to streamline your operations and improve efficiency and productivity within your facility.
Magnetic Parts Retrieval Conveyors deliver superior operational flexibility. They are ideal for removing ferrous parts from de-burring and finishing vibratory bowls. Permanent magnetic head pulleys are able to reach deep into bowls, where their magnetic force is able to “grab” and hold ferrous parts within the greater de-burring material. The permanent magnetic conveyor then takes the ferrous parts and conveys them up and over the bowl rim. After removing ferrous parts from the bowl, the permanent magnetic conveyor then discharges the parts into a bin or a tote. Plate or loop demagnetizers can be installed in a discharge chute or in the conveyor frame itself before the part is discharged.
There are many different design options for Magnetic Parts Retrieval Conveyors. This type of conveyor can be manufactured in a more economical manual adjustable unit, and it may also be automated with screw actuators that can raise, lower, and tilt the unit with a simple push button controller. These conveyors are also equipped with a mobile base that allows the unit to easily be moved between multiple bowls.
Magnetic Parts Retrieval Conveyors for De-Burring Sheet Metal
De-burring Steel Sheet Metal
Magnetic parts retrieval conveyors are ideal for use in applications that use de-burring bowls to de-bur steel sheet metal, stamped, or machine parts. They are a safe, efficient way to retrieve parts from a de-burring bowl and separate them from the de-burring media.
• Permanent magnetic head pulleys reach deep into bowls and “grab” ferrous parts out of the de-burring media. The permanent magnetic conveyor takes the ferrous parts and conveys them up and over the bowl rim. Then it discharges the parts into a bin or tote.
• Plate or loop demagnetizers can be installed in the conveyor frame itself before the part is discharged or in a discharge chute.
• Economical manual adjustable unit available as well as a more automated unit, featuring screw actuators that raise, lower and tilt the unit with a push button controller.
• Mobile base to easily move the unit between multiple bowls.