Archive for October 2016

Is Plastics Recycling A Priority at K2016?

Recycling Technology on Show at K2016 The UK has set an objective of recycling 57% of plastic packaging by 2020.  To achieve this target, the Plastics Industry Recycing Action Plan (PIRAP) is being implemented by the British Plastics Federation (BPF) and Plastics Europe with the support of WRAP. However, with only 29% of plastics packaging presently being recycled…

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Meeting New Distributors at K2016

Metal Detector and Magnetic Separator Sales Growth in Plastics On stand G16 Hall 10 at the K2016 (19th – 26th October 2016, Dusseldorf, Germany) plastics exhibition, one of our [Bunting Magnetics] primary aims is to further expand out network of distributors and marketing agents. Day 1 at K2016 was very busy with a great deal…

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Metal Detector or Magnetic Separator?

Magnetic Separator & Detector

5 Key Questions to Ask Before Making a Decision There is a metal contamination issue that needs addressing and the conclusion is that either a Magnetic Separator or a Metal Detector will solve the problem.  So, before a purchase is made, what key questions have to be asked? Metal Detector or Magnetic Separator? Why is…

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Stainless Steel Isn't Magnetic, or Is It?

4th of 10 Magnetic Separator Myths The vast majority of stainless steel used in plants processing foodstuffs, chemicals, plastics and handling bulk materials whether in solid, liquid or powder form, is non-magnetic. Or is it? Traditionally, Magnetic Separators were installed to remove any ferrous metal.  Today, this has expanded to include any magnetically susceptible material, including magnetic…

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