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21.01.2019 Growing demand for eddy current separators

Eriez Magnetics Europe, Caerphilly, UK, reports that last year it sold a record number of over 40 eddy current separator (ECS) units into the European market, providing recycling companies with optimal recovery of valuable non-ferrous metals from all waste types. It has over 25 years of experience in ECS manufacturing and the design has been refined through extensive research, development and material testing. As a result the company has developed a comprehensive line of non-ferrous metal separators in different configurations and size ranges to fulfil the diverse requirements of the industry. Today, the RevX-E ST22 ECS unit is said to offer unprecedented recovery of non-ferrous metals as small as 1-2mm and continues to be at the forefront of the industry.

For complete metal recovery, Eriez manufactures a range of modular systems to separate ferrous and non-ferrous metals, designed to incorporate additional separators including overband magnets and magnetic drums, into stand-alone systems. As a result of increasing sales of ECS units, a new extension to Eriez’ European manufacturing facility was completed in autumn 2018. This investment is set to increase annual production capacity of ECS rotors by one third. In 1969, Eriez Magnetics was the first company to patent both permanent magnetic and electromagnetic eddy current separators.


For complete metal recovery, Eriez manufactures a range of modular systems capable of separating ferrous and non-ferrous metals

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