• Near Infrared (NIR) Sorting in the Plastics Recycling Process

    Jul 01, 2020· recycling process whole container processing and flake processing. A grinder or granulator sits color and metal sensors into one machine to remove a variety of unwanted materials. 4. Issues with NIR sortation APR’s Design® Guide for

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  • Metal Sorting in the Plastics Recycling Process

    Apr 01, 2020· 4. The APR Metal Sorting Potential Test: The APR has developed a test, “Evaluation of Sorting Potential for Plastic Articles Utilizing Metal, Metalized or Metallic Printed Components”, designed to determine the likely outcome of a metal-containing plastic article in

  • Metal Sensing, Metal Separation, and Metal Sorting MSS Inc.

    Other metal sensing techniques must be used for these other metals. The techniques may include x-ray detection, vacuum technology, and by creating magnetic eddy currents to electrically charge the metallic items. Metal detecting and metal separation from other recycle materials are complimentary parts of the recycling process.

  • Solutions for metal recycling to recover valuable residues

    Both raw materials and valuable residues that are used in product design are growing increasingly complex. Today, therefore, flexible and forward-looking technologies are required in the materials processing industry. And we have them: innovative, sensor-based solutions for high sorting depths, resulting in effective metal recycling.

  • 'Six-way sorting' heralds the future of metals recycling

    Jun 18, 2018· The recycling industry must invest in sophisticated and high-standard sorting plants to keep pace with such developments. The metal recycling industries have looked for improved sorting solutions over recent years and machinery suppliers like S2S have been constantly striving to achieve what might seem to be the impossible.

  • Multisensor imaging aids non-ferrous scrap metal sorting

    Hyperspectral ImagingMerging ImagesRobotic SortingOrganizations and Companies mentionedTo perform the task of sorting non-ferrous metals first requires the material to be located and then classified based on its spectral signature. These spectral signatures can then be used to identify the material. Aluminum, copper, zinc, stainless steel and brass metal all exhibit different spectral response characteristics in the visible and near infrared (VNIR) spectrum (Figure 2). As can be seen, brass and stainless steel are the most difficult classes to distinguish since their spectral reflectance characteristic
  • Recycling and sensor-based waste sorting : TOMRA

    LEADING THE RECOVERY REVOLUTION Renowned for developing the world’s first high-capacity near infrared (NIR) sensor for waste sorting applications, TOMRA Sorting Recycling remains an industry pioneer with a dedication to operational value and sustainability. Our state-of-the-art machinery, industry expertise and exceptional serv helps you meet your short-term objectives while also ensuring

  • Plastics Recycling Conference and Trade Show 2020

    Feb 17, 2020· The Plastics Recycling Conference is the focal point for the increasingly complex and international recycling industry. The event, now in its 15th year, brings together reclaimers, equipment manufacturers, brand owners, brokers, government officials and leading sustainability vos from around the globe to deepen connections

  • Non-Ferrous ore sorting : TOMRA

    Benefits of sensor-based non-ferrous metal sorting at a glance: Waste rejection for increased productivity: Low-grade material is separated and excluded before sorting. This increases productivity, through enhancing mining rates and recoveries, while significantly reducing operational costs

  • Manufacturer for innovative magnetic separation technology

    Use the STEINERT KSS (combination sorting system) as a platform for various sensors for 3D, colour and induction recognition. As a fourth sensor for the system, we also offer near-infrared, x-ray transmission or x-ray fluorescence sensors. To the solution

  • Metal Sorting Equipment For Metal Recycling And Separation

    Metal Sorting Equipment For metal sorting, metal sensing, and metal separation — the separation of metal scrap (more than likely to be a pre-shredded metal feedstock) with particle sizes between 0 and 4 inches (0-100mm), MSS offers the L-VIS™ and MetalSort™ high-resolution color and metal detection sensors.

  • Multisensor imaging aids non-ferrous scrap metal sorting

    Multisensor imaging aids non-ferrous scrap metal sorting. Multiple sensors coupled to a robotic-based picking and sorting system are used in the recycling industry to sort non-ferrous scrap metals from waste vehicles and electronic equipment.

  • Sorting Conveyor Systems for Recycles Sesotec

    Multi-sensor sorting systems for various recycling applications divide mixed material flows into uniform fractions. The material (e.g. PET bottles, electrical waste, scrap metal and household waste) reaches the detection area optimally scattered by way of a fast-moving conveyor belt.

  • 'Six-way sorting' heralds the future of metals recycling

    Jun 18, 2018· Sensor-based sorting technologies have come a long way in recent years with the introduction of automated spectroscopy technologies. XRF and LIBS have unleashed the capability to identify the molecular composition of all metal alloys such that even light metal

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  • VARISORT COMPACT Multi-Sensor Sorting System for the

    All machines are availe with up to three sensors: C Color and Shape Sensor M Metal Sensor optional with detection for stainless steels (differentiation between ferrous, non-ferrous and VA) N NIR Sensor Split machine Splitting of the sorting machine for sorting two different material streams in parallel or for 2-step-sorting Valve grid

  • The solutions for automotive shredder residue (ASR) recycling

    To recover the valuable residues contained in the ASR, and thus to adhere to the statutory recycling rates, the use of high-efficiency separation and sorting technology is vital. As a metal recycling specialist with long traditions and progressive forward development, we offer you a wide portfolio of sorting machines for any task.

  • Sensor-sorting Automated Technology for advanced Recovery

    Sensor-sorting Automated Technology for advanced Recovery of Non-Ferrous metals from waste output materials such as ferrous or non-ferrous metal pre-concentrates are availe. Especially the fraction of non-ferrous metals consists of several compounds, such as aluminium or copper. A European system for collecting and recycling

  • Metal Detection Industrial Metal Detectors Bunting

    Plastics Bunting is the leader for Metal Detection in Plastics. Protect your equipment from costly repairs. Recycling Bunting® is a one-stop source for recycling equipment used in material recovery facilities.; Auto Shredding With our line of equipment you can attract and extract all metals from your recycling stream.; Food We have over 50 years of experience in the industry.

  • Case Studies Mining Sorting Solutions : TOMRA Sorting

    The mining industry consumes 2%-3% of the world’s energy. That’s the same amount of energy used by the entire airline industry. Our sensor-based sorters can reduce that energy consumption by 15%, as well as reduce the amount of water used by three to four cubic meters per ton of ore.

  • Metal Detectors & Magnetic Separators for Plastic

    Our metal detectors and magnet separation systems for the , rubber and chemical industries reliably identify pieces of metal and metal inclusions regardless of the material and automatically remove them. In doing so, metal separation systems play an important role in protecting machinery and blow moulding tools, boosting production reliability, reducing downtime, and

  • Manufacturer for innovative magnetic separation technology

    Use the STEINERT KSS (combination sorting system) as a platform for various sensors for 3D, colour and induction recognition. As a fourth sensor for the system, we also offer near-infrared, x-ray transmission or x-ray fluorescence sensors. To the solution

  • Sensor-based solutions for optimal resource productivity

    TOMRA joins ALL_TOGETHER GLOBAL CLEANUP with The Alliance to End Plastic Waste in effort to rid the world of litter ASKER, 10 th September 2020 TOMRA is partnering with the Alliance to End Plastic Waste (the Alliance) to extend its efforts to lessen the impact of litter on the environment. In celebration of World Cleanup Day 2020, TOMRA will participate in the ALL_TOGETHER GLOBAL

  • The StripMeister™ Automatic Wire Stripping Machine Lineup!

    The StripMeister™ Automatic Wire Stripping Machine Lineup! From small wire stripping jobs to the largest wire with thousands of pounds, there is a StripMeister™ for you. Below compare the different models to help you select which is right for your job. Swipe the comparison table below to

  • e-Waste Recycling Equipment CP Manufacturing

    CIRRUS™ MSS’ CIRRUS™ is our newest optical sorter, using new high-resolution NIR/color sensor and provides the ultimate separation performance for , e-scrap, and other small particle applications. Features & Benefits: Separates , e-scrap, and other small particle applications High-resolution NIR detector Color sensor All-metal detector Color touch-screen user interface