Bunting Magnetics Announced as WASTE’18 Headline Sponsors

Bunting and Master Magnets Joint Sponsorship of Waste, Recycling & Skip Trade Exhibition

The combined Magnetic Separation might of Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets has signed up as the headline sponsors of WASTE’18 for the second year in succession.

WASTE’18 provides an ideal platform for companies involved in waste management, recycling, and the skip trade to meet and discuss developments in the sector.  The exhibition takes place on Thursday, 5th July 2018 at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre, near Coventry.

Waste_17-0600a“We are really excited to announce our headline sponsorship,” said Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “With the dynamic changes happening in the waste sector, exhibitions such as Waste are vitally important in bringing technology companies and waste processors together.”

WASTE’18 organiser, Andrew Gold, welcomes the news.  “Both companies are great supporters of the event, and it’s a bit like welcoming old friends into your own home.  Their world class products are always popular amongst visitors, and if last year’s stand is anything to go by they’ll be drawing large crowds on the day.”

MasterMagnets_ECS-0634The focus on the Bunting and Master Magnets stand will be on maximising metal separation.  This includes:

  • Eddy Current Separators for separating and recovering non-ferrous metals such as aluminium beverage cans from presorted refuse and fine non-ferrous metals from waste electronics;
  • Stainless Steel Separator for either recovering or removing stainless steel from non-magnetic materials such as in the recycling of plastics and waste electronics;
  • Overband Magnets to recover steel beverage cans from presorted refuse and re-bar from demolition waste on mobile crushers;

“Our group of companies [Bunting Magnetics Europe and Master Magnets] has never been busier manufacturing equipment for the waste and recycling sector.  Being seen at exhibitions such as WASTE’18 is really important as we can demonstrate what metal separation is possible.  We are really looking forward to the show,” explained Dave.

To register for WASTE’18 go to Free Visitor Registration.

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 websites or contact us on:

Phone: +44 (0) 1442 875081
Email: press@buntingeurope.com
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Is Recycling in UK Reaching Crisis Point?

Troubled Times for the UK and European Recycling Sectors

There appears to be a distinct disconnect between the political rhetoric and what is actually happening in the waste and recycling sector.  In the UK, Theresa May has pledged to eliminate plastic waste by 2042 and the European government has ‘declared war’ on plastic waste setting a target of having all packaging reusable or recyclable by 2030.

China WasteHowever, it has been reported [BBC News 1st March 2018] that waste recycling rates in the UK are falling for over 14 million households.  Also, China’s import restrictions on waste materials has put tremendous pressure on the recycling sector and it is anticipated that UK firms are likely to close [MRW].

The global problem of Plastic Waste has been at the top of the media agenda since the BBC’s Blue Plant II showed how it is contaminating our world and endangering our wildlife.  The noise from environmental activists and the general population has been deafening.

Surfer and Plastic WastePoliticians had to respond and announced targets for dealing with plastic waste.  However, the announcements do not include details about how these tough targets are going to be met.

In the UK, we presently recycle 29% of our plastic, although this figure is presently under debate [Industry ‘exaggerates plastics recycling success’ – BBC News 6th March 2018].  The target for 2020 is 57% and 0% by 2042.  The present recycling rate is low due to the complexity of the process and economics.  Magnetic SeparatorsEddy Current Separators and Metal Detectors remove metal and there is other technology to sort by colour and plastic type.  However, producing a useful plastic from waste that can be introduced as a raw material into primary plastic production (such as happens with aluminium and steel) is presently exceptionally difficult.  Contamination at the collection source, during transportation, and during process is one of many problems.  Until those issue are addressed, plastic waste will continue to pose a problem.

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The solution has been shipping mixed waste materials to China and other countries for manual separation.  This is no longer an option, at least in China.

A cohesive plan of action is required, with the setting of realistic targets reflecting the technology and economics of waste recycling.  At present, it appears that politicians are just making statements to appease the masses.

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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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).

Master Magnets Recycling Lives-7172Eddy Current Separators

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
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3 UK Waste and Recycling Facts

Environmental Facts and Figures For The UK

Next week is RWM, the UK’s largest waste and recycling exhibition, and we thought that it would be interesting to look at some of the present industry facts and figures.

Fact 1 – How Much Waste Do We Generate?

Even though we are in 2017, the latest waste statistics in the UK relate back to data from 2015.  The DEFRA report stated that households generated 26.7 million tonnes of waste in 2015, a fall of 1.1% on 2010.  This equates to 407 kg per person in 2015 compared with 421 kg per person in 2010.

There was also a fall in the generation of Industrial and Commercial Waste between 2010 and 2015.  In 2015, 13.9 million tonnes of Industrial Waste was produced compared with 12.6 million tonnes in 2010.  The fall in Commercial Waste was greater, with 15.1 million tonnes in 2015, down from 20 million tonnes in 2010.

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Fact 2 – Recycling Rates

The household waste recycling target agreed by the UK Government and the European union is 50% by 2020.  So how are the individual UK nations performing so far?

Fact 3 – Metal Packaging Recycling

The last figures from 2014 show that the total amount of metal packaging waste produced was 736,000 tonnes.  Of this, 428,000 tonnes (58.2%) was recovered and recycled, often using Magnetic Separation technology in the form of Overband Magnets and Eddy Current Separators.  In March 2017, the UK Government set a new target of 69% recycling rate for metal packaging by 2020.

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The facts and figures indicate that changes are needed in the waste and recycling strategy to meet the revised targets.  At RWM it will be interesting to see and meet the companies who are involved in the recycling process, either undertaking the processing of waste or developing equipment to improve recycling techniques.

For further information on Magnetic Separators and Eddy Current Separators for recovering aluminum and steel beverage cans, please visit us on stand 5P80 at RWM 2017 or contact us on:

Other relevant environmental articles:

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Can UK Metal Packaging Recycling Increase by 10% by 2020?

Are Revised Beverage Can Recycling Targets Realistic?

Every year, consumers in the UK use approximately 14 billion steel and aluminium beverage cans.  Of these, approximately 59% are presently recycled.  In the March 2017 budget, the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced new targets for 2020, with the metal packaging recycling rate rising to 69%.  We investigate whether this 10% rise is really achievable?

Present Beverage Can Recycling Figures

Bunting Vulcanis-1097Since the late 1980’s, there has been a huge change in the global attitude to waste and recycling highlighted by the fact that, in 1989, the UK’s beverage can recycling rate was just 2%.  Globally, the beverage can is regarded as being the most recyclable packaging for drinks.

By the end of 2017, the UK will be recycling 55% of all aluminium packaging and 76% of steel.  This is part of the 72.7% of all packaging used in the UK that will be recycled.

Using reported recycling rates for aluminium and steel beverage cans, it is estimated that 14.1 billion cans are produced each year, of which nearly 80% are aluminium.  Of the 14.1 billion, 5.8 billion end up in landfill.  It is believed that if all aluminium and steel cans were recycled in the UK, the number of green bins could be reduced by 17.5 million.

The reasons for need to recycle and reduce waste are mainly 3-fold:

  1. Reducing the amount of waste going to landfill;
  2. Reducing the amount of energy used to produce steel and aluminium (recycled aluminium uses 95% of the energy needed for virgin production and steel 75%);
  3. More efficiently using the planet’s dwindling resources;

How Can The New Targets Be Achieved?

Between 2014 and 2017, aluminium can recycling rates have increased by 9% (from 46% to 55%) and steel by 3% (from 73% to 76%).  As recycling rates reach higher levels, previous statistical trends show that the recycling rate growth slows.  The latest recycling targets (2020) are for a further 9% increase (to 64%) in aluminium and a 9% (to 85%) increase in steel.

Additionally, although these may be less relevant due to Brexit, in December 2015 the European Commission proposed targets of 65% of all packaging by 2025 and 75% by 2030.  Of this, the recycling targets for aluminium and steel were the same at 75% in 2025 and 85% in 2030.

These are significant increases in the recycling rates.  From trends over recent years, it is apparent that without significant changes in the way the UK recovers, handles, and recycles materials, the targets set by the UK government and those proposed by Europe will prove difficult to achieve.

Presently, there are several ways in which beverage cans are recovered including:

  1. Charity collection schemes, which commonly only collect aluminium due to the low prices for recovered steel cans.  These only account for a small percentage of all cans recycled;
  2. At designated can banks, where the only subsequent processing is separating steel from aluminium using a Magnetic Separator.  Again, this is a small percentage;
  3. From pre-sorted refuse, where households have segregated ‘recyclable’ waste into separate containers for processing in a Waste Sorting Plant.  This is a more automated system, with steel cans being commonly recovered off a conveyor by an Overband Magnet and aluminium cans either being manually picked or automatically separated using an Eddy Current Separator;Master Magnets Overband Magnet 2
  4. Automatically recovered from mixed waste, using Magnetic Separators and Eddy Current Separators.  The source of the mixed waste includes:
    • Cans incorrectly put in the mixed recyclable rubbish for waste collection by households;
    • Waste collection from city centres;
    • Industrial waste collection;
    • Other waste sources

The challenge for the UK Government is identifying where improvements in can recovery can be made.  Further automation and less reliance on the general public may be required.

The Future

There has been a government focus on recycling and waste reduction since the mid-1990s.  In over 20 years, the aluminium recycling rate was only just exceeded 50%.  The latest recycling targets ask for another 10% growth in just 3 years.Bunting Vulcanis-1098.jpg

Also, given the present infrastructure of waste handling and recycling in the UK, achieving a recycling rate of 85% for any material will be difficult.  Steel Cans have always been a primary recyclable product, but what changes are needed to boost the present rate of 76% up by a further 9% in 3 years when it has only grown by 3% since 2014?

Setting recycling targets is simple, but achieving them without a solid structured plan will be challenging.

For further information on Magnetic Separators and Eddy Current Separators for recovering aluminum and steel beverage cans, please visit us on stand 5P80 at RWM 2017 or contact us on:

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Positive Vibes For Recycling at Waste 17

High Interest in Magnetic Separators and Eddy Current Separators at Waste 17

Despite the rain and the General Election, Waste 17 proved to be a great success on 8th June 2017.  The Waste 17 exhibition was held at Manchester United’s ‘Theatre of Dreams’, their Old Trafford football ground, with both indoor and outdoor exhibits.

“We were really excited [about Waste 17] as this was the first time that Bunting Magnetics and Master Magnets had exhibited together since the announcement of the acquisition in January [2017],” said Bunting Managing Director, Simon Ayling.

Bunting and Master Magnets were headline sponsors of the only Northern-located recycling and waste exhibition, organised by the team at Skip Hire Magazine.  The exhibition was well attended by both exhibitors and visitors.  In the external area, there was a wide range of large mobile recycling plant, waste collection skips, and vehicles.  Companies in the indoor exhibition were providing both services and equipment to the waste and recycling sector.  There was also a seminar area.Waste_17-0634

The Bunting/Master Magnets stand was located directly in front of the main entrance doors and on display was an operating Eddy Current Separator, Permanent Overband Magnet, and Metal Detector.  On the Eddy Current Separator, small non-ferrous metal was being separated from shredded plastic.

“This year we wanted to show visitors our equipment,” explained Simon.  “Having a working Eddy Current Separator on the stand is always impressive and we were able demonstrate the separation capabilities.  There was a really positive reaction from the visitors’ and we are sure that undertaking demonstrations was an important factor in the high number of enquiries.”

The team were also able to demonstrate the depth of field of the Permanent Overband Magnet, used to separate ferrous metals from conveyed non-magnetic material as found in MRFs and Sorting Stations.Waste_17-0813

“The joining of Bunting and Master Magnets has been tremendously successful.  Being together at Waste 17 gave us a chance to meet and talk with existing and new customers and show that our ability to provide a complete metal separation solution has been enhanced.  We are now looking forward to our next joint exhibition, RWM17.”

For further details on the Bunting range of Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors used to recover or remove metal to enable recycling, please contact our technical sales team on:

Metal Separation Demo Success at RWM 2016

Seeing Is Believing at UK Recycling Exhibition

Exhibiting at a show is all about showing off and demonstrations.  Showing off spanners and bolts hanging in mid-air under a Twin Pole Overband Magnet.  And demonstrating the separation of Stainless Steel and Printed Circuit Boards on a working High Intensity Separation Conveyor (HISC).

Bunting Magnetic Europe at RWM 2016

At RWM 2016 (UK recycling and waste exhibition held between 13-15th September 2016), we took full advantage of the opportunity to ‘show off’.  And it worked!

When we ran the HISC, visitors gathered around the machine questioning how it was possible for a Magnetic Separator to separate Stainless Steel.

“Is it a trick?” one visitor asked.

Just that one question illustrated that people remain skeptical about anything they read in the press or on websites.  Seeing is believing.  And we showed that it is possible to separate stainless steel and printed circuit boards.

The Metal Separator was also working on the stand.  The complete metal removal system comprises of a FF Drawer Magnet followed by a Metal Detector.  The Bunting Europe team poured metal contaminated plastic beads into the top of the Metal Separator and showed magnetic particles being captured on the Tube Magnets and non-ferrous metals being rejected by the Metal Detector.

Although not on the stand, there was a high level of interest in the Non-Ferrous Metal Eddy Current Separator.  The recent press coverage of the installation at Recapture Plastics in Kent had been seen by many visitors and they were keen to discuss new projects.

“Footfall at the show appeared to be lower than last year, but visitors were coming to the stand with specific metal separation requirements,” said Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “Next week, we will be receiving samples to run at our test facility, especially for Stainless Steel separation on the HISC.  We have a busy month ahead!”

We wish to thank all those who visited our stand at RWM 2016 and will be in contact over the next couple of weeks.  Photographs of the Bunting equipment and stand can be seen in our Flickr gallery.

For further information on any metal separation issue, please contact the Bunting team on:

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Bunting Magnetics Europe displaying Magnetic Separators at the UK recycling and waste exhibition RWM16 (Sept 13-15 2016)

Seeing Is Believing For Bunting at RWM 2016

Magnetic Separators on Display at UK’s Leading Recycling Exhibition

Demonstration is the focus on the Bunting Magnetics Europe stand 5R81 at RWM16 (13th – 15th September 2016 NEC Birmingham UK) with a fully operational High Intensity Separation Conveyor (HISC) separating both stainless steel and printed circuit boards from non-magnetic materials.

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Bunting Magnetics is one of the world’s leading suppliers of Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors and the European manufacturing headquarters are based in Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, UK.  Since first exhibiting at RWM in 2013, Bunting has developed a strong reputation for supplying high specification Magnetic Separators and Eddy Current Separators.

On stand 5R81 at RWM16, Bunting will have a High Intensity Separation Conveyor (HISC), a Twin Pole Overband Magnet, a Metal Separator (combined magnetic separator and metal detector), Grate Magnets, Plates Magnets and Tube Cartridge Magnets.

“We have a ‘Seeing Is Believing’ attitude at exhibitions,” explained Dave Hills, Bunting’s Head of Sales.  “When customers visit our stand we do not want to just talk about how a Magnetic Separator performs, we want to show it.  Our HISC will be seen separating stainless steel and printed circuit boards from non-magnetic materials.  On our Twin Pole Overband Magnet, visitors will be able to feel the magnetic force trying to rip steel out of their hands when the place it under the magnet face.  It will be exciting for customers and us!”

Since launching the HISC at RWM in 2015, Bunting has sold and installed the high strength permanent Magnetic Separator in recycling operations around the world.  The HISC has been particularly successful in the plastics sector, removing small weakly magnetic stainless steel.

“RWM proved to be the ideal platform to launch the HISC in 2015 and we want to build on that success.  When you tell people that the HISC can separate non-magnetic stainless steel, they do not believe you.  Seeing the expressions of those same people when they see the separation happening on the stand, in front of them, is fantastic.”

Bunting specialise in separating metals using both Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors, a combination used on the successful Metal Separator.

“We will also be demonstrating the Metal Separator.  Metal contaminated plastic will be gravity fed into a feed hopper and immediately into a FF Grate Magnet.  Here magnetic particles are captured before the remaining plastic falls into the Metal Detector which identifies and rejects any non-ferrous metals,” said Hills.

Bunting will also have smaller Magnetic Separators, including Plate Magnets and Tube Cartridge Magnets where customers can experience the strength of the magnetic force by attempting to pull steel bolts off the surface.

Hills is excited by the opportunities at the show.  “Seeing actually is believing and we want visitors to be excited when they are on our stand.”

For further information on separating and removing metal with Magnetic Separators or Metal Detectors, please visit our stand at RWM 2016 or contact the Bunting technical sales team on:

Phone: 01442875081

Email: sales@buntingeurope.com

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Misconception of Ferrous Metal Removal before an Eddy Current Separator

4th of 5 Misconceptions About Eddy Current Separation

This is the 4th in a short series of blogs discussing misconceptions about Eddy Current Separation.  Eddy Current Separators are used extensively throughout the recycling industry to separate non-ferrous metal (e.g. aluminium beverage cans, shredded aluminium and copper etc) from non-metallic materials.

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All Ferrous Metal Need to be Removed

Despite the Eddy Current Separator being a separation system based on magnetic principles, there is often a question about whether it should be used to also remove ferrous metals.

In its simplest form, the Eddy Current Separator is a conveyor with a magnetic rotor acting as a magnetic head pulley.  Due to the laws of physics, the Magnetic Rotor will attract ferrous metal and so could be used to separate magnetically susceptible materials.  However, there are some limitations:

  1. With Eddy Current Separators that have Concentric Magnetic Rotors (ie the magnetic rotor spins uniformly within an outer non-magnetic shell), it can be difficult to discharge magnetic material from the belt. Due to the high speed rotating magnetic field, magnetic material that has not been discharged and remains vibrating at the bottom of the rotor can get hot and, when the conveyor belt stops, can burn through the plastic of the belt.  This can then damage the shell and the magnetic rotor;
  2. The Eccentric Magnetic Rotor design is more forgiving as the rotor sits in a corner quadrant of the non-metallic shell and so magnetic material leaves the magnetic field as it is pulley around by the conveyor. This ferrous metal is discharged underneath and often into the non-metallic fraction;

Successful metal recovery and separation is achieved by focusing on specific materials at key points in the process and this means removing as much ferrous metal prior to the Eddy Current Separator as possible.  This then leaves the Eddy Current to focus on separating non-ferrous metals from non-metallic materials.

Typically ferrous metals are removed and recovered prior to the Eddy Current Separators with:

Other blogs in this series on Misconceptions about Eddy Current Separation include:

For further details on the Bunting range of Eddy Current Separators, Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors please contact Carlton Hicks (carltonhicks@buntingeurope.com) or our technical sales team on:

Twin Pole Overband Magnet Solution for Hanbury Plastics

Enhanced Ferrous Metal Separation from Bunting Magnetics

Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd has worked closely with Hanbury Plastics Recycling (HPR) to provide a bespoke Magnetic Separation solution for metal separation.

From their operation in Stoke-on-Trent, HPR specialise in creating high quality plastic feedstock materials, by sorting commingled commercial, industrial and post-consumer waste into separated polymer streams of high purity.  Recycled plastics are available from HPR in a variety of formats, including bales, shred, regrind, agglomerate and compound.Hanbury Plastics Bunting Overband Magnet-7975

HPR operate 24 hours a day and continues to increase capacity for both infeed and output.  The design capacity of the plant is approximately 50,000 tonnes per year and presently HPR has an output of approximately 35,000 tonnes per year with a new 2nd line.  This equates to around 5 tph of mixed product.

Infeed material is received from a wide variety of sources including local authority MRFs.  The mixed baled material is firstly broken up in a bale breaker before passing through a Ballistic Separator from which there are 3 fractions:  -10mm fines; Fines and Paper; and +10mm material.

The +10mm fraction is then passed under a Bunting Overband Cross Belt Magnet to remove and recover the ferrous metals before passing over an Eddy Current Separator, which removes the non-ferrous metals.  The metal-free material is then processed over a series of NIR (Near Infrared Sensors) Sorting Systems to further segregate the plastic into different grades.

The quality of the end product and the subtle tuning of the final stage separation system is dependent on each stage of separation.  Bunting worked with HPR on the primary magnetic separation stage to efficiently remove the ferrous metal.  This involved several site visits from Carlton Hicks, Bunting’s Sales Manager, to assess and discuss the application and potential locations for the Magnetic Separator with HPR.  With experience gained from magnetic separation installations in many other recycling operations, Carlton was able to recommend the best solution in terms of the type, design and size of magnetic separator.

The main conveyor transporting the broken baled material is 1.5m wide and inclined at approx. 30 degrees.  Bunting assessed the application and concluded that the optimum solution was a Twin-Pole Overband Cross Belt Magnetic Separator.  Unlike single pole designs, the Twin-Pole version produces higher and stronger magnetic fields, increasing the level of ferrous metal separation.  The Overband Cross Belt Magnetic Separator is suspended across the conveyor, lifting magnetically susceptible materials such as steel cans and lids, which is then discharged to the side by a continuously revolving rubber cleated belt.  The Twin-Pole Magnetic Box is designed to stretch across the whole width of the feed conveyor, with enough excess to enable the discharge of ferrous metals well away from the feed material.

Bunting Overband Magnet over Conveyor

Roger Evans, Hanbury’s Managing Director explained the reasoning behind purchasing the Bunting magnet.  “Bunting was able to manufacture a bespoke solution based on their experience of the application rather than simply provide an ‘off the shelf’ solution.”

Bunting provide a range of metal separation solutions for the recycling industry.  For further details on the Bunting range of Eddy Current Separators, Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors please contact Carlton Hicks (carltonhicks@buntingeurope.com) or our technical sales team on:

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