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Magnetic and Electrical Separation
Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages 17-32

New Magnetic Filter for Chemical Industry

1Technion, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa 32000, Israel
2Ukrainian Institute of Civil Engineering, Kharkov, Ukraine

Received 9 February 1993; Revised 29 April 1993

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An economical, inexpensive and compact magnetic filter with pulse magnetization and demagnetization of the filtering matrix, consuming no electric power throughout the process was constructed and its effectiveness was tested with micron–sized magnetite and Raney nickel catalyst. Complete filtration of + 1 μm particles was achieved at rate ≤ 150 m/h. The proposed filter can be of use in chemical industry for the recovery of micron–sized magnetic particles from various liquors.