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New facility triples Steinert’s test capacity

It’s countdown for smart sorting technology expert Steinert. On 22 September, the company will unveil a new test centre to the north of Koln, Germany. At the new facility, Steinert has tripled its testing capacity to be more flexible in responding to customer needs.

The 90-minute live and interactive show in English giving an overview of the sorting technology installed is scheduled to kick off at 5 PM (CET). A host/moderator will interview several Steinert experts and online attendees can participate in live Q&A sessions.

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Towards next levels in sorting

After the live show, there will be an online seminar titled ‘How to separate non-ferrous metals and sorting heavy metals to the max’. The seminar will address the separation of non-ferrous metals from shredder processes and incineration bottom ash; improving aluminium quality; and the separation of heavy metals in individual fractions.

Optimised sorting lines

By the end of the year, Steinert is due to introduce additional sorting lines for mining and waste recycling enabling the company to better achieve its aspiration of ‘Test Before You Buy’ and respond with greater accuracy to the targets of extraction, purity and profitability for each sorting task.

‘The processing sequence deployed in the sorting systems is the same as that used at a real industrial plant,’ says Peter Funke, ceo the Steinert Group. ‘We are delighted that even more customers can try out our technology, from magnetic separators to sensor-based sorting systems, such as X-ray transmission, X-ray fluorescence and near-infrared.’

The new facility, which is located in Pulheim, 7 km north of Steinert’s headquarters, will also house the company’s R&D team. This will ‘allow customers to derive even more benefits from the latest developments’.

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