Concentrator Magnetic Separator | Jupiter - Delhi


Jupiter Permanent Magnetic Concentrator Separator is widely used for upgrading or concentrating material containing a very high percentage of magnetics or where magnetic/mechanical agitation is required for the separation of many difficult materials.

Jupiter Permanent Magnetic Concentrator Separator offered find application in iron and steel industries for efficiently meeting the separation demands of steel scraps. Being developed following strict quality measures, these are extensively used for advancing/concentrating material that contain high percentage of magnetic or even at places requiring magnetic or mechanical agitation for meeting the separation demands of difficult materials as well as for removal of iron contamination from chemical powders and many such other applications needing maximum separation. 

These permanent magnetic concentrator separators can be made available with different belt widths as well as meeting the slag and steel scrap handling. Made available in different functional capacities, the top conveyor belt also features strip present at regular intervals so as to achieve better mechanical grip of magnetic iron as well as of steel pieces.


  • High performance range of Permanent Magnetic Concentrator Separators

  • Works as non-electric separator and is perfect for extraction of pure metal

  • Helps in efficiently separating tramp iron from non magnetic material

  • Allows quick bulk processing

  • Widely used in different industries for segregating iron

Permanent Magnetic Concentrator Separators is extensively used for - 

  • Advancing/concentrating material that contains high percentage of magnetic or at places where agitation is needed magnetically for separation of difficult materials

  • Suitable for enhancing Steel/Brass Aluminum turnings, Sponge Iron/Cast Iron boring,

Also suitable for mineral beatification applications like - 

  • Purification of dry ceramic & refractory materials

  • Reclamation of abrasive grains

  • Removal of iron contamination from chemical powders

  • Other applications requiring maximum separation with minimum production loss