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ST Equipment & Technology - About the ST SeparatorsThe ST separator is relatively compact. The belt and associated rollers are the only moving parts of the separator. The electrodes are stationary and composed of an appropriately durable material.

The small gap, high electric field, counter-current flow, vigorous particle-particle agitation and self-cleaning action of the belt on the electrodes are the critical features of the ST separator. Through charging /recharging and internal recycle, the separator achieves superior high efficiency multi-stage separations. It is effective on fine materials that cannot be separated by conventional techniques.

Automation

  • On-board PLC Controls
  • Auto electrode gap adjustment
  • Auto belt tensioning
  • Auto belt tracking
  • HMI (Human Machine Interface) Touch Screen Controls
  • Built-in Arm and Fault functions dynamically generated for safe operation
  • One button Auto-start/Auto-stop features

 

Our 42” Separator

This machine is approximately 9.1 meters (29 feet, 11 ¾ inches) long; 1.7 meters (5 feet, 7 inches) wide; 3.2 meters (8 feet 1 7/8 inches) high. The compactness of the system allows for flexibility in installation designs and processes up to 40 tonnes per hour for fly ash.

The power consumption is about 1 kilowatt-hour per tonne of material processed, with most of the power consumed by the two 30 HP (22KW) motors that drive the belt.

Our 24” Separator

This machine is approximately 9.1 meters (29 feet, 11 ¾ inches) long; 1.2 meters (4 feet 1 inch) wide; 3.2 meters (8 feet 1 7/8 inches) high, making it 18” narrower than or 42” model, and is able to process up to 23 feed tons per hour.

The power consumption is about 1 kilowatt-hour per tonne of material processed, with most of the power consumed by the two 30 HP (22KW) motors that drive the belt.