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Dense medium separation ideal for processing SR and Zorba

by AD REM N.V. (Valtech Group)  (Oct. 1, 2014)

Designed, engineered and manufactured by Belgium-based Galloo Recycling Solutions (GRS), the GRS Dense Medium Separator uses dense medium drums specifically designed for highly precise separation of plastics from non-ferrous metals. This technology is also ideal for processing shredder residue (SR), and Zorba (mixed materials obtained from SR). ...

Re-location and re-design of non-ferrous separation plant case study

by Axion Group - Axion Consulting  (Aug. 15, 2014)

Challenge: Old plant using eddy current separators for non-ferrous waste. System was underperforming and needed to be moved. Axion Solution: Axion redesigned new plant layout using existing ECS units and adding one reconditioned unit. Plant rebuilt using 35% scrap materials. On-site performance tests ...

Market Is Calling for the Scrap Metal Crusher Machine

by Fote Machinery  (Nov. 15, 2013)

In the twenty first century, the steel industry of China steps into its rapid developing stage. Scrap metal crusher machine is developing with the quick demands of the market. It is a way to reuse and recycle the scraps of the steel by crushing and classifying different quality steel. There is a large demand for the scrap ...

Eriez Sweep Away Hazardous Ferrous Metals

by Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd  (Nov. 3, 2011)

Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd has helped one of the largest scrap processors in Britain with the problem of damaging pieces of scrap metal affecting the day to day running of their yard.  The simple addition of a Magnetic Sweeper to the tow bar of one of their vehicles solved their problem with its high strength magnetic field picking up and ...

Ferrous scrap: are the best prices still to come?

by Recycling International  (Jun. 1, 2008)

In many instances, steel scrap prices have more than doubled since the latter part of 2007. And the upward momentum could be sustained into the second half of this year, according to expert feedback from the BIR Spring Convention in Monte-Carlo. However, higher prices are also placing significantly more pressure on the financing of steel and scrap ...

Scrap Metal Prices Soaring - Time to Start Demolition

by Universal Wrecking Corporation  (Jan. 17, 2011)

Now may be the time for you to start that demolition project with ferrous and non ferrous metals rising to new heights.  During demolition, scrap metals such as steel, copper, stainless steel and other metals are collected for recycling.  The revenue generated by these recycling efforts can help offset the costs of ...

New ISRI scrap specifications

by Recycling International  (Nov. 19, 2007)

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) says it has updated the 2007 Scrap Specifications Circular with revisions to three non-ferrous specifications and the addition of a new specification. The new specifications has become effective on November 19th 2007. The ISRI’s Board of Directors approved recommendations from the Non-Ferrous ...

Non-ferrous metals scrap yard removes metals from stormwater

by CONTECH Stormwater Solutions  (Jan. 1, 2004)

Untitled Document Calbag Metals Co., a nonferrous scrap metal recycling facility in Portland, Ore. had difficulty consistently meeting its Oregon 1200Z General Industrial Stormwater ...

China: pushing towards centralised scrap procurement

by Recycling International  (May 1, 2007)

While also covering non-ferrous metals, the China International Metal Recycling Forum is geared primarily towards the ferrous side of the trade, with this year’s event producing calls from high-profile speakers to press ahead with centralised ferrous scrap procurement. The Forum also heard that the country’s long-awaited national recycling and ...

The history and art of trading scrap with China

by Recycling International  (Apr. 1, 2007)

China’s economic growth has created a huge demand for non-ferrous metals which domestic resources cannot fully satisfy. As a result, opportunities have opened up over the last decade or so for overseas suppliers of a range of non-ferrous scrap. However, exporting such materials to China can be a complex affair. This article is based on a speech ...

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