x ray sorting Equipment

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REDWAVE - XRF-Plastics Sorter

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH

The REDWAVE XRF technology seperates the material on the basis of the chemical compounds. This sorting system might influence the whole market of plastic recycling. There is an extraordinarely high demand on a sorting machine who is able to sort dark PVC and brominated plastic out of shredded plastics.

TITECH - x-tract - separator with X-ray technology

by TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

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 - XRF-Mining - Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence-Spectrometer

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH

The REDWAVE XRF-M 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 American company ...

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

by Austin AI, Inc.

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, ...

REDWAVE XRF-G - Glass Sorting Machine

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH

The REDWAVE XRF-G is a sorting machine, which is mainly used for the separation of leaded and ceramic (heat resistant) glass. The glass will be analized and valued on the basis of its chemical compounds by X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy. In doing so the system searchs for certain elements like Titan, Zinc, Zirconium or Lead. These elements enable ...

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

by Olympus NDT

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.

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

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH

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

by REDWAVE systems, a trademark of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH

The REDWAVE XRF-Manalyses 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 sorting

by Mogensen GmbH & Co. KG

A further development from Mogensen is a X–ray system for the differentiation of refractory glass ceramic and normal glasses in glass recycling. Using this technology also opens up new applications in the mineral grading and in many further project definitions.In this grading sorting system, the debilitation absorbance of the X-rays through ...

Steinert - XSS - X-Ray Sorting System

by Steinert US Inc

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 ...

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