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    Metal Sorting - Electronic Scrap Sorting

    The recycling of disused and obsolete electrical and electronic equipment is gaining more and more importance world-wide. Waste electrical equipment is an incredibly rewarding source of raw materials. In Waste electrical equipment, up to hundreds of times more precious metals can be found per ton of material than in the primary source of raw material, ore. The goal for TITECH and the industry as a whole is to utilise electronic scrap recycling and sort out pollutants on one hand and profitable components in high purity on the other. For electronic recycling purposes, the EU classifies W??? into 10 categories. After separate collection of TVs, fridges and so on, they are processed and sorted in electronic scrap recycling systems. The average content of thus gained materials is as follows: metals (50%), plastics (30%), glass (10%) and other materials (10%).

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

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    Metal Sorting - End of Life Vehicles Scrap Sorting

    Using modern TOMRA sorting technology you can generate clean non-ferrous metal fractions in your daily shredder operation. The processing of valuable scrap metal gains more and more importance worldwide. The aim is to generate clean, mono-fraction products from this very complex stream of End of Life Vehicles scrap metal material using suitable separation procedures. And that is worthwhile; End of Life Vehicles scrap processing does not only preserve natural resources of raw material, but it is also considerably cheaper. Compared to the aluminium production from primary raw material, using secondary material from End of Life Vehicles saves around 90% of the energy demand.

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

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    On-site analysis of scrap metal for sorting in the metal recyling industry

    Scrap metal sorting requires fast, accurate, on-site analysis. To achieve maximum price for the scrap, analysis for both incoming and outgoing scrap is required. X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) analysis is widely used within the scrap metal sorting and recycling industry to achieve highest efficiency, most consistent product and best price and all this through Non-Destructive Testing.

    By Oxford Instruments plc based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • XRF analysis for positive material identification

    Positive Material Identification, or PMI, is an integral part of process safety management in many industries including the petroleum refining and petrochemical. Whether the need is quality control, sorting of scrap material, or even failure analysis, materials testing to provide verification of metal alloy grade and composition is crucial to the success of many businesses.

    By Niton UK Limited based in Woodmancott, Winchester, UNITED KINGDOM.

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