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2018 Review of Magnet News and Blogs

News and Technical Articles on Magnets and Magnetic Assemblies in 2018 2018 has been another exciting year for eMagnets and Bunting Magnetics.  Magnetic technology has never been more important.  Advances in environmental technology such as electric vehicles and wind turbines would not be possible without the simple magnet.  Throughout the year we reviewed some really…

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Magnet Solutions at Engineering Design Show

Bespoke Magnetiser Designs on Stand C22 The ability to design bespoke magnetising fixtures for post assembly magnetising of magnetic assemblies will be the focus for Bunting Magnetics on stand C22 at the Engineering Design Show (Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK, 17-18 October 2018). Bunting Magnetics is a world leader in the supply of Magnetisers (Chargers) and…

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Magnets Attract Crowds at Cenex LCV

High Interest In The Latest Magnet Technology A significant increase in visitors to the Bunting Magnetics stand at Cenex-LCV 2018 [compared with 2017] reflected the high level of interest in new magnet technology.  In addition, the growing importance of low carbon vehicles was highlighted with a record number of attendees and exhibitors at the show.…

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Supporting Year of Engineering

Finding Our Future Engineers In November 2017, the UK government announced that 2018 will be the Year of Engineering, a national campaign to increase awareness and understanding of what engineers do among young people aged 7-16, their parents and their teachers.  This is part of a year-long campaign to tackle the engineering skills gap and widen…

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Our 2017 Review

A Look Back at Our News & Blogs from 2017 2017 has been another busy and exciting time for Bunting Magnetics Europe with some great news stories.  In this blog we look back at the past 12 months and review the stories that hit our headlines. January We started the year by announcing that Bunting…

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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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Better and Cleaner Magnetic Separation at Vulcanis

Bunting Magnetics Overband Magnet Enhances Recovery Vulcanis has designed and built a recycling plant to receive and recover steel and aluminium cans in Barking, UK, and purchased a Cross Belt Overband Magnet for steel can recovery from Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd. Presently, consumers in the UK use approximately 13 billion steel cans and 50 billion…

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The benefits of a Twin Pole Overband Magnet

The Bunting Product of the Month for February 2016 The Overband Magnet is one of the most commonly used Magnetic Separators in the world and is found suspended over conveyor belts transporting materials such as aggregate, household refuse and woodchips. The basic design of an Overband Magnet has a Magnet Block positioned between two pulleys over…

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Can the UK Match Brazil for Aluminium Recycling?

Record Breaking Aluminium Can Recycling in Brazil This news in Recycling International must have raised a few eyebrows in the UK and European recycling communities.  Even though Brazil has been the number 1 Aluminium Can Recycler since 2001, the latest reported figures of 98.4% recycling is very impressive.  Maybe even more so when you consider that…

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Bunting Exhibition Success at Southern Manufacturing 2016

Magnetic Separators & Magnetic Assemblies Generate Interest Bunting Europe’s Head of Sales, Dave Hills, was thrilled with the response and level of interest at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Exhibition held at FIVE in Farnborough between the 9th and 11th February 2016. “We generated 50% more leads than in 2015 and the quality of those…

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