Separating and recovering fine metals is Bunting’s focus at the RWM & Letsrecycle Live show (14 to 15 September 2022, NEC Birmingham/UK). On stand R-N50, visitors will see metal separation equipment in operation recovering fine non-ferrous metals and stainless-steel. On the stand is an Eddy Current Separator, SSSC Stainless Steel Separator, and an ElectroStatic Separator.
Typical small non-ferrous metal recovered on the Eddy Current Separator
With an increasing demand to recover or separate increasingly smaller sized metals from a wide variety of secondary materials, Bunting has developed and enhanced metal separators such as the ElectroStatic Separators and Eddy Current Separator.
ElectroStatic Separator for Aluminium Dross Recycling
The revolutionary ElectroStatic Separator provides the only known method of separating fine metal from a wide range of recycled materials including cable, WEEE, aluminium dross, and plastic waste. Separation occurs by induced an electrostatic charge into a conductive dry-liberated particle. Electrostatic separators are commonly used in conjunction with high-intensity magnetic separators and Eddy Current Separators.
Controlled tests prove capabilities
On the stand at RWM & Letsrecycle Live, Bunting’s experienced team aim to assist recycling companies and solve metal separation problems. Many projects will involve the testing of material at Bunting’s recently expanded Customer Experience Centre in the UK. Tests on equipment including the ElectroStatic Separator, Eddy Current Separator, and Stainless Steel Separators determine the separation efficiency in terms of recovery and purity.
“The RWM & Letsrecycle Live show provides the perfect opportunity to demonstrate the capabilities of our metal separators,” explained Adrian Coleman, General Manager of Bunting-Redditch. “The requirements of the recycling sector are increasingly demanding and we, as equipment suppliers, need to adapt. With technology such as the ElectroStatic Separator we enable metal separation that was previously not possible.”