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Bunting Magnetics to Celebrate 60th Anniversary

Bunting Magnetics first storefront

On August 3rd, 2019, Bunting Magnetics Co. will be celebrating its 60th anniversary as a company. Bunting Magnetics Co. is an industry leader in the design, manufacture, and sales of cutting-edge magnetic equipment used in applications such as magnetic separation, metal detection, conveyor systems, and magnetic printing cylinders. The main industries the company serves include…

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A Review of UK Magnetics Society 30th Ewing Lecture

Even James Bond Gets Mentioned in the Magnet World The Ewing event brings together the most knowledgeable magnetics experts in the UK and the 2016 event, held on the 30th November 2016, was sponsored by Bunting Magnetics Europe.  Matthew Swallow, one of our Bunting Technical Sales team was in attendance and gave us this report.…

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The Myths and Magic of the Magnet

This e-Magnets UK blogging site is designed to provide anyone interested in magnets and magnetism information on the myths and magic of one of the most fundamental physical forces in the universe. The Greeks were probably the first people to discover magnetic properties in a naturally occurring mineral called magnetite (lodestone or iron oxide).  There is…

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What is the Recycling Impact of UK Steel Plant Closures?

The recent news that several steel plants in the UK are closing is devastating for everyone concerned.  The news reports state that thousands of workers will lose their jobs and that steel production in the UK may become extinct.  However, what could be the real impact? UK Steel Manufacturing The UK has a history of manufacturing…

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5 Examples of Historical Recycling

Historical Recycling

Despite the modern day obsession with recycling and environmental issues, such activity has been common practice for most of human history.  We look back at five examples of historical recycling success. 5 examples of historical recycling Archaeological studies of ancient waste dumps show that during periods when resources were scarce there was less household waste…

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