scrap separation Equipment in Lebanon

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Austin AI - Model QXR-Mnf - Metal Scrap Sorting & Separating System

by Austin AI, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Austin AI's QXR-Mnf is a unique automated system that rapidly and accurately sorts and separates mixed metal scrap into product specific categories based on its chemical composition. Based on proven Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) technology, the QXR-M system is ideal for metal recycling.

Austin AI - Model QXR-Mme - Metal Scrap Sorting & Separating System

by Austin AI, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Austin AI's QXR technology can automatically identify and remove motor coils, 'meatballs', representing a significant amount of copper impurities in ferrous lots. This technology improves over manual removal, in that it is tuned to meet the processing capabilities of the scrap yard. There is little error due to misidentification due to size, ...

Separate and Transfer System

by CHH Machinery - Scrap Metal Shredder     based in BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

The fragment scrap is transferred from the Undershredder Vibrator to the magnetic separation unit by a rubber belt conveyor. There are many value recyclable metals from the non-ferrous scarp, such as Aluminum, Copper,...etc. Non-Ferrous sorting machine will separate and transfer it via conveyor to the stacking area.

REDWAVE - Model NIR/C - Optical Sorting Machine Capable of Recognising Colour & Materials

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

REDWAVE NIR/C is an optical sorting machine, which recognizes and separates according to both the material and colour in one sorting process. The illumination unit and the sensors are located above the sorting belt.

REDWAVE - Model XRF-E - Sorting Machine Capable of Recognising Material and Element

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

The REDWAVE XRF-E analyses and evaluates materials according to chemical composition. Unwanted parts are reliably detected and separated. In contrast to other technologies, moisture, colour and surface impurities have no negative effect on the detection ability. This technology can be used in sorting processes to recognise an accumulation of ...

REDWAVE - Model AMS - Induction System for E-Scrap Sorting Machine

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

The induction system for the reduction of detrimental substances is able to recognise different metals, such as aluminium, copper, iron and stainless steel.

REDWAVE - Model C - Sorting Machine for the Recognition of Colours

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

The material is distributed over the entire sorting width of a vibrating conveyor or acceleration belt. REDWAVE C is an optical sorting system for the detection of different colours. This sorting machine, which is used for example in the area of e-waste for the detection of 'green' circuit boards, is equipped with an RGB colour line scan camera.

REDWAVE - Model NIR - Optical Sorting Machine Capable of Recognising Materials

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

REDWAVE NIR is an optical sorting machine for the recognition of different plastic materials. The illumination unit and the sensors are located above the sorting belt.

Model Varisort C Series - E Waste Recycling System

by S+S Separation & Sorting Technology GmbH     based in Schoenberg, GERMANY

The VARISORT C uses an advanced optical sensor capable of differentiating optically different materials precisely and consistently at high speed. It is particularly applicable in the separation of plastic bottles by colour and metals. 

Model Varisort Compact C Series - Car Shredder Recycling

by S+S Separation & Sorting Technology GmbH     based in Schoenberg, GERMANY

Feeding of the material to be inspected is effected by specifically adapted vibration chutes that guarantees a homogeneous material distribution over the full width of the fast-running conveyor belt. By combining inclined chute and conveyor belt the influences of mould, weight and abrasion of charging material are eliminated. At the end of the ...

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