Advanced
extraction technology

Innov-X Systems and Steinert have entered into an OEM agreement to market a new high speed, x-ray fluorescence-based (XRF) sorting system that will identify and remove copper containing material, such as “meatballs”, from ferrous scrap (Fig.). This new technology will be a welcome solu­tion for metal recyclers worldwide who have long been challenged by copper conta­minants in steel scrap product.

 

STEINERT Elektromagnetbau GmbH, Köln (D), Tel.: +49 221 4984-0,

www.steinert.de

 

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