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Non-ferrous separation

Eriez Magnetics Europe will demonstrate developments in its range of eddy current separators (ECS) RevX-E, designed to enable waste processors to achieve high level separation of non-ferrous material from waste material fines.

It can be applied to a variety of mixed waste streams, allowing MRF operators to optimise revenue and profit from fines material waste.

The company has developed two rotors for fines separation: the ST2 for materials typically above 25mm in diameter and the ST22 model for particle sizes less than 25mm. The latter model combines an ultra-thin carbon-fibre shell, advanced magnet circuitry and specially designed splitter plate.

Sales director Gareth Meese says: “So far, we have seen customers achieve an aluminium flake reduction of 92% from a single pass or a clean PET flake yield of between 97 and 99%.”

Visitors are invited to bring their samples of fines waste for testing. Also on display will be the rare earth overband magnetic separator and its Prograde magnetic drum.œ

Eriez Magnetics Europe will be on stand 5S142-T143

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