New development

Binder+Co, the specialist for sensor-aided sorting of transparent and non-transparent minerals for more than 20 years, has launched the MINEXX on to the market – an optoelectronic sorting system for minerals. Based on the CLARITY technology, the branch synonym for highest efficiency in used glass pro­cessing, the latest development from Binder+Co ensures maximum sorting results also in the mineral industry. In close cooperation with research partners, a sensor technology was developed that can be optimally adapted to the individual task specification of the customer. In addition to an improvement in the economic use of deposits, first and foremost, the MINEXX, stands for a better quality of the finished products.

 

Binder + Co AG, Gleisdorf (A), Tel.: +43 3112 800-0,

www.binder-co.com 

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