Product News

independent , Aug 08, 2007
Master Magnets Ltd of Redditch in the UK has designed and custom-built a swarf separator for BMW which is expected to pay for itself within 18 months.
independent , Aug 08, 2007
Genesis Attachments, has introduced its line of XP MAXX mobile shears.Citing a demand from its customers for a shear that provides large-scale results on a smaller-class machine, Genesis Attachments, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-quality hydraulic attachments for use in demolition, scrap processing, reconstruction, utility and waste handling operations, has introduced its line of XP MAXX mobile shears.
independent , Aug 08, 2007
Caterpillar has enhanced the versatility and productivity of its IT38G Series II Integrated Toolcarrier.
independent , Jul 12, 2007
Netherlands-based Goudsmit Magnetic Systems has expanded its range of de-magnetising systems through the launch of a low-energy, static de-magnetising tunnel which allows several products to be de-magnetised at the same time.An automatic supply and drainage system can also be added.The tunnel is sufficiently deep to ensure effective de-magnetisation of even those products in the centre of the basket.
independent , Jul 12, 2007
Hamos of Penzberg in Germany has introduced an EKS-PET electrostatic separator which, it is claimed, is capable of removing virtually all PVC from shredded, washed and dried PET flakes to produce a clean fraction.Clean PET flakes represent a valuable raw material that is suitable for use in the manufacture of high-quality products.
independent , Jul 12, 2007
UK-based Master Magnets has designed, manufactured and delivered a 7.8-tonne magnetic drum for an end-of-life vehicle (ELV) processing plant in Belarussia.
independent , Jun 03, 2007
The new ICU 5 mobile hydraulic cutter from Dutch industrial equipment manufacturer Holmatro is suitable for use in cutting up end-of-life vehicles as well as for a range of other recycling and demolition activities.
independent , Jun 03, 2007
US-based conveyor manufacturer Karl W.
independent , Jun 03, 2007
UK instrument supplier Oxford Instruments has launched two hand-held XRF analysers which, it claims, deliver faster-than-ever colour-coded alloy identification and assay analysis.
independent , Jun 02, 2007
Powderising and fibre separation equipment from Granutech-Saturn Systems has been added at the Crumb Rubber Ireland (CRI) rubber processing facility.