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New facility for Dolphin Metal Separation

The Netherlands – Dolphin Metal Separation has opened its new production facility at Harderwijk in the Netherlands.

Founded in 2009, the Dutch company specialises in the separation of non-ferrous metals which occur in the processing of ashes from incineration plants as well as from shredders and demolition debris.

The new facility incorporates a sink-float installation to separate light materials such as aluminium, magnesium and aluminium/iron compounds from heavy materials such as copper, brass, stainless steel and zinc. These light metals are reintroduced to the sink-float chamber in which the liquid density is 2.2 kg per litre, thus causing the light materials to be divided into residues and magnesium plus aluminium and aluminium/iron compounds.

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