X-ray fluorescence (XRF) specialist Innov-X Systems is introducing a QXR Series product for use in metal recycling applications.
Strautmann has introduced the RotorCut for use in the recycling of packaging.Bundled materials are put into the machine either manually or, in the case of larger quantities, by using a fork-lift.
High-performance scanning technology specialist HiperScan GmbH has unveiled the SGS2500 version of its Scanning Grating Spectrometers (SGS).
To complete its 2008 WasteMaster range of equipment, JCB has introduced the TM310 WasteMaster telescopic wheeled loader which, it claims, is more powerful and offers lower fuel consumption.
Nuga, the Swiss manufacturer of plastics granulators and accessories, has further developed its compact CentriCut 44slr range designed for demanding PET bottle applications.
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.
Major Wire Industries (MWI) has developed a new application designed to eliminate blinding and pegging problems on flat-surface screen decks.