induction sorting News

  • A lead in sorting equipment technology underlined by trademark protection

    Several new products were launched in recent years by STEINERT, the sorting equipment specialist from Cologne. The main objective for the development of this equipment is the raising of the efficiency of the sorting centres. In order to give a name to this special equipment, a number of brand names for individual developments were therefore given international protection in recent years. This ...

  • 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 ...


  • The world’s most modern waste processing facility

    The company Korn Recycling GmbH is currently setting up what is probably the world’s most modern waste processing facility in the south German town of Albstadt. After last year’s devastating fire, Korn has continued to back its concept of producing high-grade, quality-assured residue derived fuel RDF for the European energy sector and of making organic and metallic raw materials ...

  • Expertise further expanded in southern Africa

    Within the framework of the consistent further development of its mining-sector activities, the Cologne-based company Steinert Elektromagnetbau will enter into a partnership with IMS Engineering (Pty) Ltd, Johannesburg, South Africa. Both firms have been active in the marketing, supply and support of equipment to the minerals processing industry in southern Africa for years and are well known ...

  • STEINERT Open `09

    Again the STEINERT Open has proved to be a great event with some hundred participants from Europe and overseas taking part. For the second time the STEINERT Open was held by STEINERT Elektromagnetbau GmbH in Cologne. This follows our success with the previous event in 2006. Discussions among colleagues and demonstrations of the latest sorting technology were the focus of the two afternoons ...

  • Mitsubishi strengthens cooperation with Steinert for the Japanese market

    About ten years ago Steinert concluded a partnership agreement for its patented eccentric pole system for non-ferrous metal separators with Mitsubishi. The agreement calls for Mitsubishi to use the tried and tested eccentric pole system in the Japanese market. Due to the positive experiences with the system and the desire to form a closer partnership, the heads of the companies met with the ...

  • Steinert GmbH: Premiere at Ligna High-efficiency scrap wood recycling ISS — new process separates scrap wood and stainless steel

    Cologne - At the Ligna trade fair (Stand F03, outdoors), Steinert GmbH will be exhibiting machines that provide efficient metals separation and sorting for scrap wood. “As a technological leader, we have the know-how required to ensure very thorough separation of different materials. For the chipboard and pellet industry, this is a crucial criterion when it comes to decision-making,” says ...

  • REGULATOR - CETRISA presents its new ECS for small particles

    R-SPM-AM is the new REGULATOR - CETRISA Eddy Current Separator (ECS) for recycling small size of No Ferrous Metals. It offers the ideal solution for process the smallest of the fine fraction (# > 2mm). Customers at Glass or ELV industries who are already working with these equipment (R-SPM Series) have shared their satisfaction because the good results achieved. This ECS (Model ...


    By Regulator-Cetrisa

  • 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 ...

  • Metal Separation in the Processing of Secondary Fuels - the Extraction of Potential Recycables and Equipment Protection

    The treatment of solid domestic and commercial refuse and the extraction of secondary fuels from these materials will be subject to stricter regulations due to new landfill regulations coming into force. In this way, it will be possible to further increase the recycling quotas and minimize bottlenecks in processing capacity. There are grounds for believing that the competition between ...

  • 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

  • A Very Special Day

    Never afraid to try out a new and unusual approach, Steinert resolved back at the beginning of the year to stage its own in-house event parallel to the Entsorga 2006 trade fair. And no sooner had the decision been taken than the perfect name was also found: the Steinert Open '06. The associations with a golf or a tennis tournament are only partly intentional. The event was indeed open to the ...

  • 11 More GM Facilities Become Landfill-Free

    Eleven more General Motors facilities have achieved landfill-free status. The running total is 122 manufacturing and non-manufacturing operations spanning Asia, Europe, and South and North America that recycle, reuse or convert to energy all waste from daily operations. “Our landfill-free movement is part of our culture of continuous improvement embraced by teams globally,” ...


    By General Motors Corp

  • Winners of National Recycling Awards 2005 Revealed

    Untitled Document The winners of the National Recycling Awards 2005 were announced last night (25 October) in Sheffield by TV presenter and columnist Paul Ross. The winners included two high street retailers, a ...

  • U.S. Department of Energy Projects Win 33 R&D 100 Awards for 2015

    U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) researchers have won 33 of the 100 awards given out this year by R&D Magazine for the most outstanding technology developments with promising commercial potential. The R&D 100 awards, sometimes called the “Oscars of Innovation,” are given annually in recognition of exceptional new products or processes that were developed and introduced into the ...


    By US Department of Energy

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