EcoVyn Reduce Waste by 94% with Bunting Drawer Magnets

Magnetic Separators Remove Contamination from Plastic Waste

EcoVyn Ltd has installed two Bunting Drawer Filter Magnets to remove ferrous metal contamination from plastic waste.  Since the installation of the magnetic separators, EcoVyn has reduced their waste by 94%.

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Bunting Drawer Filter in situ at EcoVyn

EcoVyn Ltd is at the forefront of PVC compounding and brings pioneering new technology to the market place.  They offer one of the most advanced and innovative production processes in the UK producing reprocessed, blended and virgin compounds for a variety of applications.

EcoVyn first met Bunting at the Interplas international plastics exhibition in September 2017.  The company use a high proportion of plastic waste, of which 80% is post-consumer.  Presently, EcoVyn processes 1000 tonnes per month of good quality reclaimed plastic waste, which they plan to increase to 16,000 tonnes per annum.  The cleansed plastic waste is blended into virgin material, resulting in a 90% output of grade A product.  Waste generated during the manufacturing process is also recycled leaving less than 1% being discarded.

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Granulated plastic waste

However, plastic waste is often highly contaminated with metal.  Metal Detectors were already installed to remove the metal contamination, but the reject rate was very high with over 60 tonnes of waste being generated, of which a high proportion was good quality plastic.

At Interplas, EcoVyn explained the problem to the Bunting team who agreed to conduct a site review.  During the review it was concluded that easily removable magnetically-susceptible metal could be removed, leaving the metal detectors to detect and separate non-ferrous metals.  This would then significantly reduce the number of metal detector rejections and, therefore, the amount of waste generated.

After a review of the process, Drawer Filter Magnets were recommended to be installed between the screw conveyor transporting the 8-10mm sized infeed material and the metal detector.  The metal-cleansed material would then pass onto a pulveriser before continuing through the process.

The Bunting Drawer Filter Magnet is used widely in the plastics industry and enables the simple and effective removal of ferrous metal from free-flowing materials.  The Drawer Filters installed at EcoVyn have two rows of high strength Rare Earth Neodymium Magnets.  The top row has two Tube Magnets with three in the second row aligned to sit below the gap in the top row.  This ensures that all the product strikes at least one of the Tube Magnets, where ferrous metal is attracted by the strong magnetic field and captured.

Bunting Magnetics Drawer Magnets at Ecovyn
Ferrous metal captured on the surface of the Tube Magnets

After the installation of Drawer Filter Magnets, the amount of waste was reduced from 60 tonnes to 4 tonnes.

Since installing the Drawer Filter Magnets, EcoVyn has established that a 20 minutes cleaning frequency is required, highlighting the high level of metal contamination commonly found in plastic waste.  The ferrous metal found captured on the Tube Magnets ranges from small fine ferrous dust to nails, washers, steel sheet shards and electrical capacitors.

Bunting Magnetics Drawer Magnets at Ecovyn
Ferrous metals captured by the Bunting Drawer Grate Magnet including nails, a capacitor, washer, wire and steel sheet shard

Following the installation of the Bunting Drawer Filter Magnets, controlled laboratory tests have been conducted at Bunting’s Master Magnets facility in Birmingham which indicated that 99.9% of all ferrous metals had been removed.

The final plastic product produced by EcoVyn is then used to manufacture products such as pipe, internal windows, beading, picture frames, and shoe soles.

For further information on separating metal from plastics during the production of the virgin product or during the recycling process, please contact the Bunting team on:

Metal Separation Demos Ignite Interest at IFAT 2018

Visitors to IFAT 2018 Enthralled by Working Magnetic Separators

An Eddy Current Separator was violently expelling non-ferrous metals from plastic waste on one side of the stand, whilst large chunks of fragmented stainless steel were being separated by the SSSC on the other.  ‘Seeing Is Believing’ was very much the basis of the Bunting and Master Magnets stand at IFAT 2018 (14th – 18th May 2018).

“We wanted to showcase our metal separation technology,” explained Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales, “and that meant having production-sized equipment operating on the stand.  The positive reaction of visitors highlighted the importance of being able to show metal being separated.”

IFAT is the first major waste and recycling exhibition of 2018 in Europe, featuring 3,305 exhibitors and over 141,000 visitors.  Key topics discussed during the week-long show included the filtering of microplastics; more effective recycling of plastics; and the digital transformation of the entire industry.

“Effective metal separation is vital for the successful recycling and reuse of many secondary materials,” said Dave.  “As a specialist in Magnetic Separation, we believed that the IFAT show provided the perfect platform to show recycling companies what is possible.  The show proved to be exceptionally successful and we are now in discussion with companies all over the world.”

Following the IFAT exhibition, many companies who visited the stand are sending samples to the Master Magnets laboratory in the UK for controlled tests to confirm the separation capability of both the Eddy Current Separator and Stainless Steel Magnetic Separator.

“There was a lot of interest in the Stainless Steel Magnetic Separator.  Stainless steel is a problematic material and, due to it’s hardness, can cause real problems in granulators and shredders.  Visitors were often surprised to see large fragmented stainless steel being attracted and separated.  It has generated a huge amount of interest and there is a lot of work to do.”

For further information on the Magnetic Separation equipment on display at IFAT, please contact Dave Hills on:

Phone: +44 (0) 1442 875081
Email: dhills@buntingeurope.com
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Bunting Exhibiting at IFAT 2018

Recycling Technology on Show in Germany

Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd will be exhibiting at IFAT for the first time between the 14th and 18th May 2018, alongside their subsidiary company Master Magnets.  The stand (Hall B6 Stand 111) will be displaying working equipment including the SSSC Stainless Steel Magnetic Separator and a production sized Eddy Current Separator.

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Stainless Steel held and separated on the SSSC

“Orders and interest for our [Bunting & Master Magnets] recycling equipment has never been stronger,” reported Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.

IFAT is the first major waste and recycling exhibition of 2018 in Europe and is anticipated to be very well attended with a projected 140,000 visitors.

“Since the acquisition of Master Magnets [January 2017] we now have a total metal separation portfolio,” said Hills.  “On our stand at IFAT, we will be demonstrating how to successfully separate large stainless steel and recover small non-ferrous metals.  We want visitors to see rather than be told what separation is possible.”

Bunting Master Magnets at RWM17
The Eddy Current Separator in action separating non-ferrous metals

At the IFAT exhibition is also looking to meet potential distributors for the Bunting & Master Magnets magnetic separation range of equipment.

“With the international nature of the IFAT show, we are looking forward to finding and meeting companies who can support us in developing business in the recycling and waste sectors across Europe.”

For further information on the Magnetic Separation equipment on display at IFAT or to express interest in representing Bunting and Master Magnets in Germany or any other country, please contact Dave Hills on:

Phone: +44 (0) 1442 875081
Email: dhills@buntingeurope.com
Via the website

Bunting Sponsor Tŷ Hafan #5in55 Mountain Challenge

Ben Nevis Will Fly the Bunting Flag

Bunting Magnetics Europe has been announced as the headline sponsor for the Ben Nevis stage of the Ty Hafan #5in55 Mountain Challenge.

Between the 5th and 7th July 2018, a group of Dads, whose families have been supported by Tŷ Hafan, will be aiming to climb and travel between five UK mountains in a maximum of 55 hours.  The five mountains are Ben Nevis (highest in the UK), Scafell Pike (highest in England), Snowdon (highest in Wales), Cadair Idris and Pen-y-Fan (2nd and 3rd highest in Wales).

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Tŷ Hafan is one of the UK’s leading paediatric palliative care charities and offers care to children and support for their families, throughout Wales.

“It is a crazy challenge and we wanted to show our support for such an amazing charity,” explained Simon Ayling, Bunting’s Managing Director.

Bunting became involved when Paul Fears, their Press Office and Photographer, announced that he was taking on the #5in55 challenge.  Paul and his family have received many years of support from Tŷ Hafan since his eldest son, Greg, was diagnosed with a life-limiting condition.

“Paul talked to us about the challenge and explained that this group of Dads just wanted to do something to promote Tŷ Hafan and thank the staff and care team” said Simon.  “Walking up five mountains in 55 hours was considered to be tough enough to be a real challenge, but is nothing compared to the daily challenges faced by the families and children who are supported by Tŷ Hafan.  Immediately, we wanted to support them and asked to sponsor the climb to the top of the UK’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis.”

The #5in55 team are thrilled to have Bunting as a headline sponsor and donations for the Ty Hafan #5in55 Mountain Challenge can be made on their Just Giving site.

For further information on the #5in55 challenge or any issue relating to Metal Separation and Metal Detection, please contact us on:

Phone:  +44 (0) 1442 875081

Email:  sales@buntingeurope.com

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Polymer Training and Innovation Centre Protected by Bunting Drawer Filter Magnet

Magnetic Separator Technology for Plastics Training

The Polymer Training & Innovation Centre in Telford has added a Bunting Magnetics Drawer Filter Magnet to the range of equipment at their plastics manufacturing training facility.  The FF Drawer Filter Magnet attracts and captures any fine and coarse magnetically susceptible materials that enter the plastics manufacturing process.

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A Bunting Magnetics Europe FF Grate Magnet included in a plastics production line at the Polymer Training and Innovation Centre in Telford

The Polymer Training & Innovation Centre provides polymer training and consultancy, specialising in injection moulding, blow moulding and extrusion training.  They are a technical training and consultancy business that is owned by City of Wolverhampton College.

At their Telford training facility, the Polymer Training & Innovation Centre has working production-sized plastics manufacturing equipment for injection moulding, blow moulding, thermoforming, materials handling, and a wide range of other important ancillary equipment.

Technical Trainer, Andrew Dermody, explained the importance of trainees having practical training on the equipment.

“We have great support from the industry and equipment manufacturers such as Bunting.  This support means that we can deliver practical training, with a hands-on approach, and that is the best way for our delegates to learn.  Having the Drawer Filter Magnet installed exactly as it would be in a production plant, is an ideal way to show our students best-practice and highlight the importance of metal removal.”

Bunting FF Grate Magnet

The training facility at Telford was refurbished in early 2017 and Bunting supplied the FF Drawer Filter Magnet in March 2018.  The FF Grate Magnet is bolted onto the bottom flange of a Summit Systems fed hopper.  The Magnetic Separator has a transparent front plate so that operators are able to see the material passing through or held within the system.  Virgin plastic beads fall from the hopper through two rows of high strength Tube Magnets, which attract and hold any magnetically susceptible materials.  The Tube Magnets use ultra-strong, permanent, Neodymium Rare Earth Magnets.  The cleaned plastic beads are then fed into the Engel injection moulding machine.  Removing all metal contamination ensures that the final plastic product is free from defects and reduces the amount of waste and potential damage to moulding machines.

Bunting FF Grate Magnet

On a regular frequency, dictated by the amount of metal captured, the Tube Magnets are removed as one complete assembly from the housing and cleaned.  The design of the Drawer Filter Magnet means that removal of the Magnet Assembly is quick and easy, keeping maintenance times to a minimum.

“The Bunting design is good as it is very visible,” said Dermody.  “Often Magnetic Separators are placed out of sight in hoppers, which means that they can be forgotten.  In this installation, the Drawer Filter Magnet is right in front of the machine operator and the clear front allows easy visual checking of the magnets.”

Bunting also supplied Drawer Filter Magnets for use in the classroom and the Polymer Training & Innovation Centre plan to incorporate ‘metal separation’ as one of the course topics.

The Drawer Grate Magnet is widely regarded as standard for the plastics industry and Bunting has supplied thousands to plastics manufacturing operations globally.

“It is great that delegates are able to see, in practice, the importance of having good Magnetic Separation equipment in the plastics process,” said Tom Higginbottom, Bunting’s Sales Engineer.  “Even with virgin raw materials, there is always a small amount of fine ferrous metal contamination and there is always the risk of larger tramp iron that could seriously damage the injection moulding machine.”

On the 18th April 2018, the Polymer Training & Innovation Centre is staging the Technivation event at their recently upgraded training facility in Telford.  During the day there will be a series of short technical presentations, the opportunity to experience their Polymer on-line simulation software, and the chance to meet and talk with primary and secondary equipment suppliers including Bunting Magnetics.  Visitors will be able to learn more about Polymer Apprenticeship’s and Funding and discuss their organisations own training requirements.

For further information on separating metal from plastics during the production of the virgin product or during the recycling process, please contact the Bunting team on:

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A Bunting Magnetics Europe FF Grate Magnet included in a plastics production line at the Polymer Training and Innovation Centre in Telford

Mark Harris Joins the Bunting Sales Team

UK Manufacturer Expands Sales Team

Bunting Europe has restructured and expanded our UK sales team with the appointment of Sales Engineer, Mark Harris.  Mark joins following a period of sustained sales growth and a restructuring of the Bunting and Master Magnets sales team.

Mark Harris Bunting Magnetics EuropeMark Harris assumes the role of External Sales Engineer for Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors in the South of the UK, with Tom Higginbottom focusing on supporting customers in the North.

Mark brings over 30 years of engineering and sales experience.  Having qualified as a Mechanical Engineer in 1983, Mark has worked for leading British manufacturing companies including Loctite, NSK Bearings Ltd and Cygnus Instruments.

“Our sales strategy is be out in the market meeting and talking with customers,” explained Dave Hills, our Head of Sales.  “Our customer base has expanded significantly over the past 24 months and we needed additional personnel on the road.”

Mark will be managing projects where Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors are needed to remove metal contamination.  Magnetic Separators are widely used in the process and recycling sectors to both capture and recover metal.  Metal Detectors are commonly found in the food, plastics, and pharmaceutical industries where they detect metal contamination.

“To correctly solve a metal contamination or metal recovery problem, you need to understand the process and that, invariably, is best done by visiting the customer’s site.  Only then can you make the best recommendation,” said Dave.

Mark is excited by the opportunity.  “Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets are well-respected in the process and recycling industries and are leaders in the field of magnetic separation and metal detection.  This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a growing UK-based engineering and manufacturing business.”

For further information on the appointment of Mark, please contact us on:

Prime Location for Bunting at RWM 2018

Magnetic Separators Greet Visitors at RWM

Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets have booked the stand greeting visitors as they enter through the main entrance at this year’s RWM recycling and waste exhibition (NEC, Birmingham, UK 12-13 September 2018).

“After last week’s RWM Digital Marketing Masterclass in London, we got together with Nick and the new RWM team and talked through the best way forward,” explained Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “Everyone wants this show to be a success and so have taken the bold step of securing the stand opposite the entrance to the show.  Our aim is to have our stand full of working equipment to immediately capture the imagination of the visitors.”

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The Bunting & Master Magnets stand at RWM17

Bunting Magnetics has been gradually increasing their presence at the show over the past 5 years.

“We started with a small stand at the back of the hall,” said Dave.  “Over the past few years our presence in the recycling industry has grown, especially when we acquired Master Magnets [January 2017].  And our stand has gradually increased in size and moved towards the show entrance.”

On the larger stand, that will greet visitors to RWM, Bunting and Master Magnets plan to exhibit a wide range of Metal Separation equipment including:

“Exhibiting working equipment at exhibitions has always worked for us,” said Dave.  “Seeing is believing and that starts at an exhibition.  Last year, visitors saw the separation capabilities of our Stainless Steel Separator and Eddy Current Separator and subsequently conducted tests in our laboratory at Redditch.  We want to demonstrate what is possible with our new and innovative technology.”

The stand at RWM18 will be the largest Bunting and Master Magnets has ever had in Europe.

“As one of the biggest manufacturers of metal separation equipment in the world, we wanted to make a bold statement.  We have some great ideas for visitor engagement at RWM and are already starting on our planning!”

For further information on Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets and our range of metal separation equipment designed for the waste and recycling sector, please visit our website or contact us on:

Phone: +44 (0) 1442 875081
Email: press@buntingeurope.com
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Supporting Year of Engineering

Finding Our Future Engineers

In November 2017, the UK government announced that 2018 will be the Year of Engineering, a national campaign to increase awareness and understanding of what engineers do among young people aged 7-16, their parents and their teachers.  This is part of a year-long campaign to tackle the engineering skills gap and widen the pool of young people who join the profession.

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At Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets, we depend on the skills and experience of our engineering team.  Our future as a business is dependent on young people entering engineering.

To support the Year of Engineering, we plan to use photographs and videos to highlighting the importance of engineering in our everyday world.  Each month we will focus on a project where engineering ingenuity has resulted in the development or enhancement of a product and solved a problem for one of our customers.

The Art of Metal Separation

The vast majority of our design work revolves around Magnetism.  By utilising magnetic forces and principles we design and manufacture systems that can separate and detect metal in a non-metallic material.  In some applications, we can even separate individual metals.  These are called Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors.

Our first photographs and video focus on solving the problem of Metal Contamination in a plastics production process using the FF Drawer Magnet.  This Magnetic Separator has been designed to remove small and fine ferrous metal contamination from dry free-flowing materials such as plastic beads and even foodstuffs.

The FF Drawer Magnet has two key constituent parts:

  1. The outer fabricated metal housing;
  2. The internal high strength Tube Magnet assembly;

The outer body is designed and drawn by engineers in our drawing office based upon information provided by external Sales Engineers.  The internal engineering team will consider how the Drawer Magnet is going to fit into the customer’s production line looking at the overall size, type of connections, and accessibility.  This is then built by one of our skilled fabricators using the drawings.

Drawings are also provided to our assembly team to construct the high strength Tube Magnet assembly.  The high power of the Neodymium Rare Earth Magnets mean that care is needed and the assembly is only undertaken by skilled engineers.

Bunting FF Drawer Magnetic Separators

Our fabricator then combines the housing and the Tube Magnet assembly and it is ready for despatch to the customer.  Once arriving on site, the customer’s own engineering team will install the Magnetic Separator.

The Importance of Engineering

Engineers are involved in every stage of solving the metal contamination problem.  Capturing the problematic metal has significantly reduced the amount of waste and has protected delicate processing equipment.  For the customer, the Magnetic Separator is now a vital part of the process.

This is just one of many projects our engineers work on every day.

For further information on our engineering projects, please visit our website or contact us on:

Phone: +44 (0) 1442 875081
Email: press@buntingeurope.com
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Search For Recycling Industry Representation in Germany

Germany Based Representative Required to Support Developing Business in the Recycling Sector

With the expanded Bunting and Master Magnets product portfolio of Magnetic Separators, Eddy Current Separators and Metal Detectors, the search has started for a new representative in Germany for the recycling sector.

“With the addition of the Master Magnets range of separation equipment, we have identified exciting opportunities in the recycling sector in Germany,” explained Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.

Bunting and Master Magnets are exhibiting at the international waste and recycling exhibition IFAT (May 14-18, Munich, Germany) and are looking to find and appoint a new local representative before the start of the event.

“We now have one of the most extensive and complete ranges of Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors in the world.  We are already exporting separation equipment to Germany and other countries, but recognise that we need a locally based representative,” said Dave.  “This is a great opportunity and we are looking forward to developing a long-term relationship with a recycling industry specialist.”

The expanded range of separation equipment used in the recycling sector includes:

Stainless Steel Separator

The revolutionary Stainless Steel Separator is 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 (eg UPVC window frames, recycled plastics, etc), or to recover valuable materials (eg stainless steel and PCBs).

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The Eddy Current Separator (ECS) is an advanced metal sorting unit that is capable of separating non-ferrous metals such as aluminium and copper from dry recyclables.  A mobile Metal Separation Module incorporating the Eddy Current Separator and a high intensity Magnetic Drum (called the ‘Mastertrax‘) has proven very popular.

Permanent Overband Magnets

Bunting Master Magnets at RWM17

Mastermag Overband Magnetic Separators are renowned around the world as the most effective units for the continuous removal of tramp ferrous material from a product stream.  Simply suspended across a conveyor belt, metal is lifted up and then discharged using a self cleaning belt.

Metal Detectors

Under the well-known brand, Metal Detection Ltd, Bunting has a varied range of Metal Detectors to suit many different applications. There are designs to suit a wide range of applications and sensitivities.

Magnetic Separators

Other Magnetic Separators in the range include Pulley Magnets, Drum Magnets, Scrap Drum Magnets, Electro Overband Magnets, and a wide range of smaller equipment including FF Drawer Grate Magnets and Plate Magnets.

For further information or to express interest (for representing Bunting in Germany or any other country), please contact Dave Hills on:

Phone: +44 (0) 1442 875081
Email: dhills@buntingeurope.com
Via the website

Record Number of Exhibitions for Bunting in 2018

Where To Meet Bunting and Master Magnets in 2018

In 2018, the Bunting and Master Magnets team will be exhibiting at 14 industry shows across Europe.

“This will be our most active year for exhibitions,” said Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “Being visible at exhibitions and congresses in 2016 and 2017 has been really important in building our identity and growing our sales.  We want to take our technology to our potential customers and show them what it can do.”

The full exhibition and congress schedule is:

January

Bunting at IERC Jan 1817th International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC2018 (Salzburg, Austria, 17-19 January).  The first congress of the year focused on E-waste (see the report – Changes in E Waste Management Highlighted at IERC 2018).  There was considerable interest in the Stainless Steel Separator;

April

Ceramitec (Munich, Germany, 10-13 April).  The leading international trade fair for ceramics and non-metallic minerals.  On show will be the Master Magnets range of mineral processing Magnetic Separators;

May

IFAT (Munich, Germany, 14-18 May).  The largest waste and recycling show in Europe.  Bunting now has one of the most complete ranges of Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors for recycling including the:

Bunting Master Magnets at RWM17

June

Hillhead (Hillhead Quarry, Buxton, UK, 26-28 June).  The premier event for the aggregates and quarrying industry in the UK.  Master Magnets has attended for many years, exhibiting their industry-standard Metal Detectors and Overband Magnets;

July

July is a busy month with two exhibitions:

CARS (NAEC, Stoneleigh, UK, 11-12 July).  The Complete Auto Recycling Show focuses on the recovery, dismantling and recycling of the car.  Separating the metals is a vital stage of the process where companies use the Stainless Steel Separator, Eddy Current Separators, and Scrap Drum Magnets;

WasteExpo (Warwickshire Exhibition Centre, near Leamington Spa, UK 5th July).  The waste and skip trade exhibition run by Skip Hire Magazine where we are headline sponsors alongside Master Magnets.

September

RWM (NEC, Birmingham, UK, 12-13 September).  The largest waste and recycling exhibition in the UK.  Bunting and Master Magnets have been long-term supporters of the show and will have working Magnetic Separators on the stand.

October

Fakuma (Friedrichshafen, Germany, 16-20 October).  One of the leading plastics technology events in the world.  Bunting will be exhibiting Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors used to remove metal contamination during the virgin plastic production process and also separators used during plastics recycling.

November

This will be a busy month for overseas exhibitions with events in Italy and France.

Ecomondo (Rimini, Italy, 6-9 November).  An international event with an innovative format that brings together all sectors of the circular economy in a single platform: from material and energy recovery to sustainable development.  The show is the ideal platform to promote Magnetic Separation equipment used in the recycling sector and we will be supporting our new representative, Ital Goods.;

Emballage (Paris, France, 26-29 November).  The international trade show gathers together industry stakeholders from the food, liquids, cosmetics, beauty, luxury goods, healthcare, pharmaceutical, retail and consumer goods sectors, offering them 4 days of meetings, demonstrations, innovation and presentations.  We will be on the stand of our local distributor, Pronix.  Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors are used extensively in the processing industries;

Pollutec (Lyon, France, 27-30 November).  The international trade show for environmental and energy stakeholders working for economic performance.  The final recycling focused event of 2018 and we will be supporting our local distributor BMS France;

December

img_1144Plast Eurasia (Istanbul, Turkey, 5-8 December).  The major plastic show for Turkey and the Middle East.  Bunting has exhibited previously and will be helping visitors solve their metal contamination problems.  As in 2016, we will be on the stand of our local representative Tepro Makine.

“It is an ambitious and exhibiting exhibition schedule for 2018,” explained Dave.  “With the Master Magnets product range we are now able to offer total metal separation solutions.  Attending leading industry exhibitions is vital to understand the needs of the industry and demonstrate how we can help.”

For further information on any of the listed exhibitions or any aspect of Metal Separation or Detection, please contact us on:

Phone: +44 (0) 1442 875081
Email: sales@buntingeurope.com
Via the website