x ray sorting Equipment

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TITECH - Model x-tract - Separator with X-ray technology

by TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)     based in Mülheim-Kärlich, GERMANY

The TITECH x-tract identifies materials irrespective of their surface. With X-ray technology it can separate substances on the basis of their atomic density and is so able to separate material concentrates into differ x-tractent material types.

REDWAVE - Model XRF-G - Glass Sorting Machine

by Redwave a Division of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

REDWAVE XRF-G Sorting machines are used in glass processing for the separation of lead glass and ceramic (heat resistant glasses). The elemental composition of the fragments is analysed by X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy. Particular elements, such as zinc, zirconium, strontium or lead, are searched for, to allow a precise evaluation of the shards. ...

REDWAVE - Model XRF-P - Plastics Sorting System for Recognition of Chemical Composition

by Redwave a Division of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

The REDWAVE XRF technology separates material on the basis of chemical composition. This sorting system could revolutionize the whole market of plastic recycling. There is an extraordinarily high demand for a sorting machine capable of segregating dark PVC and brominated plastic from an infeed of shredded plastic.

REDWAVE - Model XRF-S - Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence-Spectrometer

by Redwave a Division of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

The REDWAVE XRF-S is an energy dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence-Spectrometer. This new sorting machine identifies the chemical composition of the incoming material, and separates it based on this information. Undesirable matter is reliably detected and separated. The XRF-M sorting machine was developed in collaboration with the ...

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

by Redwave a Division 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 ...

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

by Redwave a Division of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH     based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

The REDWAVE XRF-M analyses and evaluates materials according to chemical composition. Unwanted parts are reliably detected and sorted. 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 element ...

X-Ray / Colour Sorting

by Magnetic Separations Ltd. (STEINERT UK)     based in Cheam, UNITED KINGDOM

The XSS x-ray sorting system greatly increased the range of possibilities for sorting mixed materials. The XSS T (transmission) “sees” through the materials, recognising different material densities, components containing halogens, and organic components. Composite materials and internal adhesions are also detected. This allows light ...

Oxford Instruments - Model X-MET7000 Series (EDXRF) - Handheld XRF Analyser

by Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis     based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM

The X-MET7000 Series handheld XRF analyser is the flexible & easy to use tool of choice for elemental analysis in a wide range of industries. Based on the proven technique of energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF), the X-MET7000 Series is engineered for high performance and reliability, guaranteeing fast, non-destructive materials ...

Steinert - Model XSS - X-Ray Sorting System

by Steinert US Inc     based in Walton, KENTUCKY (USA)

The STEINERT XSS greatly increased the range of possibilities for sorting mixed materials. The STEINERT XSS T (transmission) “sees” through the materials, recognising different material densities, components containing halogens, and organic components. Composite materials and internal adhesions are also detected. This allows light ...

X-STREAM - Glass Automated XRF for Sorting & Recycling Glass Cullet

by Olympus     based in Waltham, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

The X-STREAM Glass sensor can detect leaded glass and glass ceramics in a stream of glass cullet, based on the chemical composition. This X-STREAM takes glass recycling to a new level, providing unique solutions for the lead and GC problems.

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