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  • Jupiter Magnetics Roller Magnetic Separator Delhi

    Jupiter Magnetics has Developed High Intensity, Rare Earth Magnetic Roller Separators with the indigenous Technology. The Technology involves high energy Rare E

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    high intensity rare earth magnetic equipments Jaykrishna High Intensity Rare Earth Magnetic Equipments are assembled using Rare Earth Nd-Fe-B Magnets having 4 5 times more strength compared to Ceramic / Alnico Magnetic Assemblies. the products are most useful for removing weakly magnetic or fine Iron Contamination from Dry or liquid

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    Rare Earth Magnetic Separators ... The magnetic drum is made out of powerful rare earth magnets which produce magnetic field ... A synthetic rubber roller is ...

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  • Rare-earth magnet Wikipedia

    The magnetic field typically produced by rare-earth magnets can exceed 1.4 teslas, whereas ferrite or ceramic magnets typically exhibit fields of 0.5 to 1 tesla. There are two types: neodymium magnets and samarium-cobalt magnets. Magnetostrictive rare-earth magnets such as Terfenol-D also have applications, e.g. in loudspeakers.