Master Magnets to display eddy current separators at RWM
On Bunting Magnetics’ Master Magnets stand 5Q11 at RWM 2018 production-sized metal separation systems will be on display, demonstrating how to recover stainless steel and non-ferrous metals.
“We want our stand to be interactive and visual,” explained Jonathan Millington, Master Magnets Marketing Manager. “The metal separation demonstrations will show visitors how our equipment works and help them understand the capabilities.”
The SSSC and HISC Stainless Steel Separators are commonly installed after primary Magnetic Separation and Eddy Current Separation to remove either weakly magnetic materials from the primary product to produce a clean recycled material (such as UPVC window frames or recycled plastics), or to recover valuable materials (such as stainless steel and PCBs).
After a buoyant 2017, sales of Eddy Current Separators have continued to reach record highs. An Eddy Current Separator uses a high speed rotating magnetic rotor to repel non-ferrous metals, separating them from non-metallic materials.
Recent projects for Bunting Magnetics’ include refuse recycling plants (recovering aluminium cans), secondary metal recycling operations, waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) facilities and plastic recycling plants.