Ferrous Metal Prices Fall

Scrap ferrous metal yard

In a clear illustration of the volatility of the metals markets, the price of Ferrous Metal has dropped by £20 to £30 per tonne in the past few weeks as reported by MRW.  Further drops are also expected. There is now a question whether the faint signs of recovery for other metals such as Stainless…

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High Interest in Magnetic Separation at Waste 16

Bunting at Waste 16

The Waste Exhibition 16 Whilst exhibiting at the Waste 16 exhibition in Salford, UK, last week (9th June AJ Bell Stadium), we had the opportunity to talk with companies about ways to improve metal separation and recovery. The Waste 16 exhibition had both internal and external areas and featured a wide range of recycling technology…

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Magnets Vital for Recycling

The strength of magnets

Magnets play a fundamental role in recycling and waste management.  They enable the recovery or removal of metals such as steel and aluminium.  And this is not a recent phenomenon.  Magnets have been used in recycling for centuries.  Certainly, modern day electro and permanent magnets have been a common feature of many recycling plants since…

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Metal Separation Cleans Recapture Plastics

Bunting Metal Separation System Recapture Plastics

Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd has manufactured and supplied a complete Metal Separation Module and Metal Separator to Recapture Plastics to cleanse recycled plastic of metal.  The Metal Separation Module consists of a large Vibratory Feeder that delivers material onto a strong Drum Magnet before passing over an Eddy Current Separator. Bunting Magnetics Europe Ltd, a…

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What is a Neodymium Magnet?

Neodymium Magnet

Rare Earth Magnets are Used Everyday, But What Are They? Neodymium Iron Boron Rare Earth Magnets are used everywhere and are one of the strongest permanent magnets available.  But what exactly are they? The Neodymium Magnet (also known as NdFeB, NIB or Neomagnet) is the most widely used type of Rare Earth Magnet.  It is…

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