glass sorter News

  • Redwave glass recycling day

    The event was primarily dedicated to the presentation of the new glass sorting machines, Redwave CX for material 6-50mm and Redwave (XI for fine material 2-12mm. Redwave CX and CXF machines are equipped with a completely reworked three-way system. By rearranging the valve units, the same high performance at the first and second eject is guaranteed even for fine material, and air consumption is ...

  • Equal ejections help sort glass

    What is your product? Redwave's three-way sensor-based sorting machine for glass fines from 2mm. How does it work? The Redwave CX is for material 6-50mm and the CXF for fine material 2-12mm, Both machines are equipped with a completely reworked three-way system. By rearranging the valve units, the same high performance at the first and second eject ...

  • VISIT US AT IPACK-IMA 2012 MILAN --- Hall 13, Stand B71-C62

    SEA is proud to show its most representative OPTICAL AND RESONANCE SORTING MACHINES on the occasion of the next IPACK-IMA 2012 from 28/february to 03/march 2012 (Hall 13, Stand B71-C62), an unmissable international showcase of the latest trends in the food machinery industry. A unique opportunity to show the value of its Optical Sorting Machines which are able to ...


    By SEA srl

  • Tricentris Gatineau MRF opening

    Machinex proudly announces its presence at the Tricentris, Gatineau Material Recovery Facility Grand Opening on April 12th. This is the third time than Machinex and Tricentris teamed up to built a sorting system together. This construction offers innovations and technologies that will improve the quality of sorting; optical sorters for plastics, an eddy current magnet to remove aluminum and a ...


    By Machinex Industries Inc.

  • TOMRA launches TOMRA 5A for the potato processing industry at Pack Expo 2016

    The TOMRA 5A, a state-of-the-art machine for the potato processing business, supports processors by combining a straightforward and brand-new graphical user interface with stable sorting performance, while increasing the level of food safety and quality with minimal product waste. With food safety and quality being a top priority for consumers and processors alike, this ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • Grundon waste management rebuilds MRF after fire

    Grundon Waste Management is to rebuild the materials recycling facility at its Colnbrook, Berkshire site which was destroyed by a fire last year. The new cutting edge £7M MRF will be installed inside the recently refurbished original building. The fire broke out at the firm’s first and largest MRF in May 2009, a year after the plant had been ...

  • Sonoco Recycling and Richland County Accepting Additional Materials

    Sonoco Recycling, LLC, a unit of Sonoco (NYSE: SON), has invested $4 million in its Columbia, S.C., materials recovery facility (MRF), allowing the facility to accept additional types of materials. Because of this, Richland Countyresidents will now be able to recycle more of their household materials such as composite cans, ...


    By Sonoco Recycling

  • Innov-X Systems, Inc. and BT-Wolfgang Binder work together to develop automated plastics sorting system

    Innov-X Systems, Inc. and BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH recently announced they are increasing their level of cooperation by further developing their REDWAVE QXR technology; this time for the plastics recycling markets. Earlier this year, Innov-X and BT-Wolfgang Binder entered into an OEM agreement to develop and market a new high volume glass sorting system -- the REDWAVE QXR-G. This system combines ...

  • BEST sorting acquires 100 percent of the shares in BESTTORATEC

    BEST Sorting has acquired 100 % of the shares in the in 2009 established joint venture between BEST NV (Belgium) and Toratec Recycling Solutions (Spain), and is fully motivated to further extend this branch of the company. The separation agreement between Eric Van Looy, Eva-Maria Gerosch and BEST has been signed as per January 1st 2011. BEST now fully owns the business unit, specialising in ...


  • CP Group installs 25TPH MRF for ReCommunity

    The CP Group, headquartered in San Diego, CA, has designed, manufactured and installed a new single stream recycling facility in Beacon, NY. The facility, built for ReCommunity, began running April 23rd, and is processing 25TPH. The material ...


    By CP Manufacturing, Inc.

  • ReCommunity Memphis reopens MRF - Converted to single stream

    ReCommunity, headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., converted its dual stream MRF in Memphis, TN, to a single-stream recycling facility. The largest pure-play recycler in the United States, ReCommunity chose the CP Group to design, manufacture, and install the new equipment in its existing 42,000 sq. ft. building. New system operations began in January. “We are committed to leading the Recovery ...


    By The CP Group

  • Britain’s largest MRF achieves higher value materials with TITECH

    Greenstar, one of the UK's leading recycling-led waste management companies, is using TITECH automated sorting systems at its Aldridge-based MRF – currently the largest MRF in Britain. Britain’s largest MRF achieves higher value materials with TITECH Greenstar, one of the UK's leading recycling-led waste management companies, is using TITECH automated sorting systems at its Aldridge-based MRF – ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • ReCommunity and CP Group Tucson MRF now in Full Operation

    ReCommunity, headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., has started up its Tucson, AZ, 25 tons-per-hour residential recycling system. The new recycling facility was designed, manufactured and installed by the CP Group. Installation was complete earlier in July and the facility is now in full operation. The system is designed to process 25TPH of newspaper, mixed paper, cardboard, beverage cartons, steel, ...


    By The CP Group

  • Innov-X Systems, Inc. And Steinert cooperate to advance meatball extraction technology

    Innov-X Systems and Steinert have entered into an OEM agreement to market a new high speed, x-ray fluorescence-based (XRF) sorting system that will effectively identify and remove copper containing material, such as “meatballs”, from ferrous scrap. This new technology will be a welcome solution for metal recyclers worldwide who have long been challenged by copper contaminants in steel ...

  • Innov-X and Steinert cooperate in meatball extraction technology

    WOBURN, MA – April 28th, 2010 –Innov-X Systems and Steinert have entered into an OEM agreement to market a new high speed, x-ray fluorescence-based (XRF) sorting system that will effectively identify and remove ...


    By Olympus

  • Designed and produced by Bollegraaf

    Strong Partnerships We want to be a valuable partner. Whenever there is an issue, we want to offer a tailor-made solution. We aim to assist our clients with training, service and advice. Technologies are advancing, regulations can change, but variables in the market can also change, with possible consequences for product program. In that sense we want to be an extra pair of ...

  • Chinese Solar Cell and Panel Manufacturers Market Survey - 5th Edition

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:   Chinese Solar Cell and Panel Manufacturers Market Survey – 5th ...


    By ReportLinker

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