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Blue Group

Baffled Oscillation Separation System???

Well if you’re baffled, don’t be. That’s the name (BOSS for short) of a very clever, yet simple solution to separating mixed plastics and other contaminants. The system, which is now in production, is being sold through Wright’s Machinery.
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Lefort launch non ferrous shear / baler

Eriez NG-24 ECS

RWM was a big event for Lefort this year, launching their new Conkest 300T non-ferrous metal shear / baler, and their portable version of the Conkest 600T ferrous metal shear / baler. The Conkest 300T shear / baler is the latest Lefort design and was exhibited for the first time anywhere in the world at RWM, and as you would expect, drew quite a lot of interest.
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Plastics recyclers get a boost from new Magnetic Stainless Steel Separator

Bunting Magnetics Europe launched their High Intensity Separation Conveyor (HISC) at RWM, specifically aimed at the separation of magnetically susceptible stainless steel and fine iron contamination from shredded and granulated materials.
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Richard & Jerrom Scrap engine buyers

E H Hassells take on Panizzolo UK dealership


EH Hassells are well known to the industry with their product range of Sennebogen material handlers and Ing. Bonfiglioli scrap metal balers and shears. Now they have announced a tie up with Panizzolo processing equipment as UK dealer.
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Hammel launch RDI

So what’s RDI? It’s a tool that uses satellite technology to keep you in touch with your Hammel shredders, which in turn, helps keep downtime to a minimum and increase efficiency.
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H Ripley

Glass sorting system proves perfect for ZORBA

Redwave’s XRF sorting system was initially used in the field of glass sorting, separating heat-resistant and leaded glass from the waste glass cullet, but it soon became apparent that the fields of application go far beyond the glass sector.
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