Being a well established-organization, we are engaged in manufacturing, exporting & supplying a distinguished range of Wet Slurry Electro Magnetic Separator. We are engaged in offering the Wet High Intensity Magnetic Separator which is used to extract the magnetically susceptible material from water which is mixed with the abrasive media. With the help of the high level of precision, we can achieve these separators in a blast cabinet which is ideal for clean or finish fragile plastics parts with no damage. Moreover the separation techniques are used in mining iron as it is attracted to a magnet.


Wet Slurry Electro Magnetic Separator
Wet Slurry Electromagnetic Separator
Magnetic Separator for Slurry


  • Coal Industries
  • Abrasive Industries
  • Chemical Industries
  • Paper and Pulp Industries
  • Ceramic Industries
  • Rubber Industries
  • Petroleum Industries
  • Animal Feed Industries
  • Recycling Industries
  • Mineral Processing


In the wet drum the liquid flows through a semicircular separating chamber beneath a stainless steel drum to which the magnet sable particles are attracted. The attractive separator get together as the magnet is fixed inside the pivoting drum. The remainders of the fluid with particles demonstrating no fascination in the force of the magnet are arranged out through isolated leave point.The strong, high-gradient magnetic field is created by a cylinder consisting of permanent magnetic discs positioned within the drum.


  • Reducing the total number of separators required
  • Lower operation and maintenance costs
  • Less number of pumps, pulp distributors, etc
  • Less occupied floor space
  • Lower building cost


  • These offered Wet slurry electromagnetic separators are designed to separate the ferrous materials from non magnetic materials. The ferrous materials are usually of containment of varying particle size ion water or other slurry. The extraction either improves the purity level of a bulk product or protects sensitive machinery. Separation techniques are also used in metal recycling to sort ferrous from non-ferrous material and for conveying cans in canning factories.