Process intensifier AVS-100. Electromagnetic Mill.

Process intensifier AVS-100. General view

GlobeCore AVS Process intensifier + magnetic mill.

The unit operates on the principle of transforming the energy of electromagnetic field into other forms of energy. The unit is a chamber (pipeline) of 90-136 mm diameter, located inside rotating electromagnetic field inductor. There are ferromagnetic cylindrical elements of 0.5 – 5 mm diameter and 5 – 60 mm length in the operating area, from several dozen to several hundred (0.05 – 5 kg), depending on the volume of the work zone.

The chamber can be designed in several ways depending on the requirements of the processes in the chamber.

For liquid phase processes, strainers  are installed on the sides of the bush, or at outlet end only. If fibrous materials are processed, labyrinth type strailers are installed. These devices hold the ferromagnetic particles in the work zone.

The main components of electromagnetic units with vortex layer are: the inductor of rotating electromagnetic field with cooling system, connected to three phase 380/220V, 50Hz power supply, and operating chamber with ferromagnetic elements.

Consumption of energy in the chamber is defined only by its design, material and the thickness of the walls and does not depend on magnetic field strength. To reduce energy consumption, we manufacture the chamber from a non-magnetic material (stainless steel).

AVS-100 Technical characteristics

Parameter Type
AVS-100
Max processing rate, m3/hour

– water water treatment

12

– suspension production 5
Operating pressure, MPa (kg/cm2), max: 0,25 (2,5)
Work zone diameter, mm 90
Magnetic induction in work zone, Т 0,15
Electric supply From AC network
Frequency, Hz 50
Voltage, В 380
Rotation of magnetic field in work area, RPM 3 000
Power consumption, kW 4,5
Dimensions, mm

1200×900×1610
Weight, kg

520

Granulation and mixing may be performed not only by ferromagnetic pellets, but also by knoves (fig. 4), tubes (fig.5) or rotor (fig.6). In these cases the strainers function as filters (separators).

Fig. 1. Electromagnetic vortex system: 1 – protective bushing; 2 – inductor of rotating electromagnetic field;  3 – inductor body; 4 – non-magnetic material work operating chamber;  5 – ferromagnetic elements

Fig. 1. Electromagnetic vortex system:
1 – protective bushing; 2 – inductor of rotating electromagnetic field;
3 – inductor body; 4 – non-magnetic material work operating chamber;
5 – ferromagnetic elements

 

Figure 2. A photo of vortex layer (1000 frame per second camera)

Figure 2. A photo of vortex layer (1000 frame per second camera)

Fig. 3. The chamber of AVS for liquid phase processes: 1 – chamber; 2 – bush; 3– strainer;

Fig. 3. The chamber of AVS for liquid phase processes:
1 – chamber; 2 – bush; 3– strainer;

Fig. 4. AVS chamber with knives: 1 – knoves; 2 – chamber; 3– mesh filter; 4 – bush.

Fig. 4. AVS chamber with knives:
1 – knoves; 2 – chamber; 3– mesh filter; 4 – bush.

Fig. 5. AVS chamber with tubes: 1 – chamber; 2 – mesh; 3 – bush; 4 – tubes; 5 – filter tube.

Fig. 5. AVS chamber with tubes:
1 – chamber; 2 – mesh; 3 – bush; 4 – tubes; 5 – filter tube.

Fig. 6. AVS chamber with rotor: 1 – chamber; 2– bronze bushings (lubricated and cooled by the processed liquid); 3 – lid; 4 – rotor.

Fig. 6. AVS chamber with rotor:
1 – chamber; 2– bronze bushings (lubricated and cooled by the processed liquid); 3 – lid; 4 – rotor


Electromagnetic systems with ferromagnetic elements are designed to intensify various physical and chemical processes.

The units can be efficiently used for

The rotating electromagnetic field causes the ferromagnetic elements in the work zone to move and create the so called “vortex layer”

 AVS Systems could be used as:

  • reactors,
  • mixers,
  • disintegrating machine,
  • extractors,
  • for magnetic treatment,
  • materials activation etc.
обновлено: August 18, 2016 автором: oksana