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The new Unisort PC Paper from RTT Steinert of Hamburg in Germany sorts recovered paper by type and colour through a combination of two types of sensor technology: near-infrared (NIR) identifies the material properties of the paper whereas VIS recognises the colour and structural characteristics in the visible region of the spectrum.
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Danish waste compaction systems manufacturer Mil-tek has unveiled the EPS 1800 for expanded polystyrene which, the company claims, will enable users to reduce their existing waste costs by up to 80% through achievement of a compaction ratio of 40:1 by volume.
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Germany-based Spectro Analytical Instruments has updated its versatile Spectrolab metal analyser. The new model is said to incorporate a number of improvements and, in several instances, achieves better detection limits than its predecessor - such as in the trace analysis of pure copper and aluminium.
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A new generation of pulverisers from Herbold Meckesheim features a vertical rotor shaft configuration and a directly flanged drive. Furthermore, the discs are no longer screwed in but clamped, thereby eliminating holes and reducing the risk of disc breakage to a minimum, says the company.
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The plastics industry continues to struggle with rapidly-rising raw material prices. As a result, there is an increased pressure to use recycled material and rejected plastics in many production processes. However, this approach demands proper recycling of the original plastic materials to produce secondary raw materials of appropriate quality.
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Following a year-long development phase and a series of comprehensive tests, Untha has launched its largest four-shaft shredder to date. The RS150 has been developed for extreme applications where the requirement is not only for a high throughput and availability but also for low operating costs.
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Manufacturer Guidetti has expanded its range of machines for electric cable recycling by adding the WIRE 315. It is the smallest of this series of machinery, which, compared to the larger models, has been further revised and improved.
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The MiniSort AlMax hand-held analysis system is a variation on the MiniSort 3, focusing completely on aluminium performance with updated calibration. The new instrument will suit the increasing demand from specialists working with aluminium for more accurate analysis, according to the developer.
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