White Paper: Magnetic Cleaning of Ceramic Feedstocks

Magnetic separation technology can now provide an effective, efficient means for cleaning ceramic feedstocks.

White Paper: Magnetic Cleaning of Ceramic Feedstocks

New magnet materials and circuit design methodology have allowed for the manufacture of separators that operate at extremely high field strengths. As a result, new opportunities for magnetic separation have evolved in the cleaning and purifying of ceramic feedstocks. Increasingly, there is a demand for higher purity feedstock materials used in the manufacture of ceramics and glass.

Magnetic cleaning has been applied to the most basic industry foundations such as alumina, silica, feldspar, clays, boron, lithium and fluorspar. In addition, magnetic cleaning is also suitable for an array of mineral feedstocks used in “specialty” ceramic applications.

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