optical separation Equipment in Chile

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Optical Separation Systems

by Waste Treatment Technologies B.V.     based in Almelo, NETHERLANDS

Adequate pre-treatment with a high degree of efficiency in bag opening, separation technique and a minimal level of rejected waste are necessary requirements for the success of any plant.It has been clearly demonstrated that without well-designed, adequately proportioned mechanical treatment, aerobic and anaerobic biological processes do no ...


REDWAVE - Model PMCS - Optical Sorting Machine for Paper

by REDWAVE a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

The Quality Control System guarantees optimum performance of the sorting process and the recovery of high quality recycled products.

REDWAVE - Model NIR - Optical Sorting Machine for Separation

by REDWAVE a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

REDWAVE NIR is an optical sorting machine for separation of different type of plastic materials. The light source and the sensor system are placed above the sorting belt.

ACQUITY UPLC Detectors

by Waters Corporation     based in Milford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

ACQUITY UPLC optical and mass detectors enhance high efficiency UPLC separations, allowing you to analyze a wide variety of environmental contaminants. The ACQUITY UPLC TUV, PDA, and fluorescence detectors provide fast data acquisitioncapabilities for rapid analyses and the sensitivity required for trace impurity detection and quantification. With ...

ACQUITY - UPLC M-Class System

by Waters Corporation     based in Milford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Let your LC inlet do the work for your Nano- to Microscale separations. System of choice for sample-limited applications in proteomics and biomarker discovery, Higher sensitivity for any MS, Maximum amount of data from any sample, Less sample preparation volume and cost, Reduced solvent consumption, Increased dynamic range, Flexible configurations ...

ACQUITY - Model Arc - Quaternary-Based, Modern LC System

by Waters Corporation     based in Milford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

HPLC and UHPLC method compatibility at the flip of a switch. The ACQUITY Arc System is a quaternary-based, modern LC system for scientists working with established methods who are looking for the versatility and robustness required to bridge the gap between HPLC and UPLC while continuing to support validated assays.

REDWAVE - Model NIR - Optical Sorting Machine for Separation of Different Minerals

by REDWAVE a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

REDWAVE NIR is an optical sorting machine for separation of different minerals. The light source and the sensor system are placed above the sorting belt.

REDWAVE - Model NIR - Optical Glass Sorting Machine

by REDWAVE a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

REDWAVE NIR sorting machines are used to separate plastics, acrylic glass and laminated glass from the waste glass stream.

REDWAVE - Model NIR/C - Optical Sorting Machine for Paper

by REDWAVE a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

REDWAVE NIR/C is an optical sorting machine which recognises and separates by material and colour in only one step.Different kinds of material such as colour printed and non-printed cardboard, catalogues, newspaper, magazines, and plastics can be identified by Near Infrared Technology. The colour sensors allow for further sorting, ...

REDWAVE - Model CS - Optical Glass Sorting Machine

by REDWAVE a division of BT-Wolfgang Binder     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

REDWAVE CS sorting machines are used in glass processing to separate ceramics, stones, porcelain, metals, as well as false colours. REDWAVE CS is offered in modular units of 500 mm to 2,000 mm, and may therefore be adapted to the task to be performed. Their design allows an easy integration into existing systems.

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