Thermo Fisher Scientific, the US manufacturer of hand-held X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysers, has unveiled the Niton XL3 800 and XL3t 900 series which, it claims, provide the fastest alloy grade identification and laboratory-quality composition analysis ever achieved with a hand-held XRF analyser.
Eriez, the US-based manufacturer of a range of magnetic, vibratory and inspection equipment, has introduced the FinesSort for cost-effective recovery of metals from shredder fines.The new system features a feeder coupled to a magnetic and an eddy-current separator to produce both a ferrous and non-ferrous metal product.
Compared to its predecessor, the redesigned MHL 340D Fuchs material handler offers scrap operators the ability to lift higher, reach farther and work faster, according to Terex Fuchs.
Wendt Corp., the US-based recycling machinery manufacturer, has introduced a new line of 130 HEAVY automobile shredders.Thanks in part to a heavier construction, fully-bevelled welds and interlocking fabrication, the new shredder line is capable of processing 300 tonnes per hour with surges of 400 tonnes.
Major Wire Industries (MWI) has developed a new application designed to eliminate blinding and pegging problems on flat-surface screen decks.
US-based Winkle Industries has introduced a new series of ‘OptiCon’ magnet controllers and unveiled a new ‘LiftTrax’ maintenance programme.
Vecoplan’s new RTR Series shredders are specifically designed for processing pre-shredded tyres.
German manufacturer S+S Separation and Sorting Technology has unveiled the modular Varisort Compact sorting system for use with loose bulk materials.