Series 370 Pulse Induction Detector
- Metal detector for detection of tramp metal on bulk conveyors and nails in logging mills
- Mounts under-the-belt on the existing conveyor framework
- Not effected by changes in the wetness of the product
- Detects drill bits, digger tooth and similar tramp metal on bulk conveyors
- Detects nails and screws in logs on the saw line
- High Burden Belts of all widths accommodated
- Detects non ferrous and non-magnetic metal
The Series 370 Belt Metal Detector is designed to protect downstream crushers and saws operating by generating a pulsed flux via a profiled Coil mounted below the belt and monitoring its rate of collapse when the metal in the material passes overhead. Even metal material is detected by the underbelt Detector Coil.
All types of metal are detected as the Series 370 Industrial Metal Detector detects ferrous and the non-magnetic metal that magnetic extractors are unable to remove. Provides high sensitivity detection of metal regardless of variations in the bulk material or log size nature and wetness. Ideal Metal Detector for installing after suspended magnets to detect the smaller ferrous metal as well as the non-ferrous and non-magnetic extract metal these magnets cannot detect.
The Detector coil is inserted below the belt and mounted on the existing conveyor framework. It is constructed from thick Polypropylene panels constructed and supported to match the conveyor belt profile and supporting framework. Changes in wetness of the bulk material or logs do not influence operating range and sensitivity.
Detector coils provided in various belt widths with adjustment for belt profile. Various marking systems are available for identifying the tramp metal and it easy removal. Clip detectors allow metallic clips splices on vulcanized belts to be accommodated.
The economic solution for detection of Metal on the bulk conveyor or saw table.
- Protecting downstream equipment
- Crushers and Granulators on Bulk Conveyors and in Quarries
- Steel plants
- Saw Mills
- Protecting Saws in Timber Mills