Posts Tagged ‘Eddy Current System’

A Rejuvenated RWM Exhibition

RWM Exhibition

  Busy Stand for Bunting Magnetics at RWM At this year’s rejuvenated RWM Exhibition (NEC, Birmingham, 12th – 13th September), the Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets stand proved to be a great success.  Being positioned in a prime stand in front of the entrance, and with working metal separators on the stand, visitors were drawn to see…

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Defining Plastics Recyclability

Plastic Recycling

Global Definition of Recyclable Plastic Packaging The global outcry of hostility against plastic products has been gathering momentum since the end of 2017 and, subsequently, politicians and governments have pledged to introduce measures to reduce plastic waste.   However, many of these new policies have been deemed to be popularist and lacking in substance. Many governments,…

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Metal Recovery Focus at CARS 18

Metal Recovery Equipment on Show at CARS Exhibition At the CARS 2018 exhibition (11-12 July 2018, NAEC, Stoneleigh, UK), the focus on stand M6 will be on maximising the recovery of metal whilst also maintaining purity levels. The Complete Auto Recycling Show (CARS) is Europe’s premier event for auto recyclers and material processors. It is the only event…

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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. The Metal Separation MOT involves a site visit to review the positioning, set-up, strength, and separation performance of Magnetic…

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RWM Becomes Metal Separation Test Centre

Interactive Stand 5Q11 at RWM Visitor interaction is the theme of the Bunting stand at this year’s RWM (12-13 September, 2018, NEC, Birmingham, UK).  With their stand (5Q11) in prime-position opposite the entrance to the show, Bunting will invite visitors to take a lump of non-ferrous metal or stainless steel, place it on the belt of the…

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Metal Separation Demos Ignite Interest at IFAT 2018

Bunting Master Magnets

Working Magnetic Separators, IFAT 2018 Visitors to IFAT 2018 Enthralled by Working Magnetic Separators. An Eddy Current Separator was violently expelling non-ferrous metals from plastic waste on one side of the stand, whilst large chunks of fragmented stainless steel were being separated by the SSSC on the other.  ‘Seeing Is Believing’ was very much the basis…

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Bunting Exhibiting at IFAT 2018

Recycling Technology on Show in Germany Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd will be exhibiting at IFAT for the first time between the 14th and 18th May 2018, alongside their subsidiary company Master Magnets.  The stand (Hall B6 Stand 111) will be displaying working equipment including the SSSC Stainless Steel Magnetic Separator and a production sized Eddy…

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Search For Recycling Industry Representation in Germany

Germany Based Representative Required With the expanded Bunting and Master Magnets product portfolio of Magnetic Separators, Eddy Current Separators and Metal Detectors, the search has started for a new representative in Germany for the recycling sector. “With the addition of the Master Magnets range of separation equipment, we have identified exciting opportunities in the recycling…

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RWM17 Exhibition Review

Bunting Magnetics Review UK’s Waste & Recycling Show On the 12th to 14th September 2017, the focus for the UK’s recycling and waste industry was the RWM 2017 exhibition (NEC, Birmingham).  Bunting Magnetics, along with their acquired business Master Magnets, were demonstrating metal separation on an Eddy Current Separator (for non-ferrous metals) and Stainless Steel…

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3 UK Waste and Recycling Facts

Environmental Facts and Figures For The UK Next week is RWM, the UK’s largest waste and recycling exhibition, and we thought that it would be interesting to look at some of the present industry facts and figures. Fact 1 – How Much Waste Do We Generate? Even though we are in 2017, the latest waste…

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