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Manufacturing Success in 2018

Bunting Magnetics Europe

Bunting Magnetics Europe Announce Sales Growth 2018 proved to be one of our most successful years.  In the twelve months, our European operation experienced 25% sales growth on 2017. “We achieved a great deal in 2018,” explained our Managing Director, Simon Ayling.  “The growth is a result of continued investment right across the business.” The…

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New Teardrop Tube Magnet from Bunting

Teardrop Shaped Magnet Eliminates Product Bridging Bunting has developed a new design of Rare Earth Tube Magnet for use in removing fine iron from dry powders.  The Teardrop Tube Magnet retains the high surface magnetic field of 12,000 gauss, but the shape prevents fine powder from building up on the surface. Tube Magnets are used…

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Bunting Europe Joins British Plastics Federation

BPF Important for Bunting’s Continued Growth Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd has joined the British Plastics Federation (BPF). “Supplying Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors into the Plastics sector is one of the cornerstones of our business and we felt that it was important to join the UK industry’s leading representative body,” explained Dave Hills, our Head…

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We Guarantee 100% Metal Separation

7th of 10 Magnetic Separator Myths In the perfect world, installing a Magnetic Separator will enable 100% metal separation with 0% product loss.  However, is this even remotely possible? Often as part of a project specification, there will be a question asking about the level and percentage of metal separation.  In some projects, the expected…

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Bunting Acquires Master Magnets

UK Magnetic Manufacturer Joins Global Bunting Operation In a momentous agreement, Bunting® Magnetics Co. announces the signing of an agreement to acquire Master Magnets Ltd.  Master Magnets is a UK-based manufacturer of magnetic separation equipment.  Based in Redditch, United Kingdom, Master Magnets Ltd manufactures an extensive range of permanent and electro magnetic separation equipment, and…

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Bunting Metal Separators on Show at Arabplast 2017

Developing Export Business, Middle East Plastics Bunting Magnetics Europe will be exhibiting at Arabplast 2017 in Dubai, UAE (8-10 January 2017) on stand 4D 145.  This is part of our continued export business development plan and is the first time we have exhibited in the Middle East. Arabplast 2017 is the premier show in the Middle East…

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Is a Magnetic Field Even Along the Surface of a Tube Magnet?

6th of 10 Magnetic Separator Myths On a typical Cartridge or Tube Magnet, the magnetic field on the surface is not even along the whole length.  As shown on the photograph, magnetically attracted materials agglomerate at specific points along the length.  So why is that? A Cartridge or Tube Magnetic Separator is constructed by placing…

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Bunting Featuring at Plast Eurasia 2016

Supporting New Distributor for the Turkish Plastics Sector Bunting Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors, designed to ‘Get The Metal Out’ of Plastic, will be on display on the Tepro Makine stand (Hall 2-3-4 – Stand : 209-213-304B-401E) at Plast Eurasia 2016 (7-10 December 2016, Tüyap Fair Convention and Congress Center in Istanbul, Turkey). “The Turkish Plastics…

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Bunting Magnetic Separators at Pollutec

Developing Recycling Business with Pronix, Pollutec ’16 Bunting Europe’s distributor in France, Pronix, will be displaying a wide range of recycling equipment at the Pollutec 2016 expo in Lyon (29th November – 2nd December 2016) in Hall 3 Aisle D Stand 175. The bi-annual Pollutec focuses on the reduction of the impact of human activities on…

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Do Magnets Lose Strength Over Time

5th of 10 Magnetic Separator Myths It is a question we frequently get asked:  When will the Magnetic Separator start losing its magnetic strength?  In normal operating conditions, a magnetic separator will not lose any magnetic strength.  However, there are occasions when other factors do affect the magnetic strength.  Such instances include: The use of bonded…

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