Metal Separation MOT at WASTE 18
A Free Review of Magnetic Separators and Eddy Current Separators
At this week’s WASTE’18 Expo (Thursday, 5th July 2018, Warwickshire Event Centre, Leamington Spa, UK), on stand A Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets are offering a free Metal Separation MOT.
Over time, it is not unusual to find that the positioning and set-up of metal separation equipment has been changed. This may have occurred during a maintenance period or during a break down, or there could have been a change in the plant layout. Assessing the installation as an external auditor enables a review with a fresh pair of eyes. At the end of the MOT, a report is prepared and submitted and this can form part of a company’s quality management.
For further information, please see us on stand A at the WASTE’18 expo.
Separating Stainless Steel
The successful recovery or extraction of stainless steel from mixed non-ferrous metals (eg WEEE) or non-metallic materials (eg plastic waste) has been an issue for many recycling companies. The Stainless Steel Magnetic Separator has been designed with an ultra strong magnetic circuit to attract and deflect the weakly magnetic metal. Stainless Steel becomes weakly magnetic, usually on the edges, when passing through a shredder or granulator. Demonstrations on stand A at WASTE’18 will show stainless steel being separated.
Separating Non Ferrous Metals
Maximising the recovery of non-ferrous metals, such as aluminium and copper, increases financial return whilst also reduces the amount of material passing to landfill. On the stand, there will be demonstrations to show how effective the Mastermag Eddy Current Separator is in the high yield and high purity separation of small and large non-ferrous metals.
With the global focus on waste management and recycling, especially with regards to plastic waste, this year’s WASTE’18 is expected to be busier than ever.
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