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All metals recovery with Eriez at RWM 2017

Eriez will be showcasing their ECS module for complete ferrous and non-ferrous metals separation on stand 5P10-Q11 at the Recycling and Waste Management show taking place at the NEC, Birmingham from the 12th to 14th of September 2017.

Eriez' extensive range of recycling equipment, which includes Overband Magnets, Eddy Current Separators (ECS), Metal Separators and Magnetic Drums, allows for the consistent recovery of valuable metals helping waste material processors increase their profits.

Eriez' Eddy Current Separator modules have become a key product in the company's range of recycling equipment over the last few years, providing an economic and efficient solution for all metals recovery. The separation performance that the modules offer has been well received by customers, some recovering the capital equipment cost in a matter of months.

eriez rwm 2017 webThe stand-alone unit incorporates a vibratory feeder to control the material feed, a permanent magnetic drum to remove ferrous metals and the high performance RevX-E ST22 Eddy Current Separator, which offers unparalleled separation on non-ferrous metal particles as small as 2mm in size.

Visitors are encouraged to bring sample materials to stand 5P10-Q11 to allow Eriez to demonstrate the superior performance of the metals separation unit.

At RWM this year, Eriez will be co-exhibiting with Pellenc ST, leader in optical sorting solutions for waste treatment and the recycling industries. The collaboration at RWM will give companies processing and recycling metals and waste access to a complete range of products, providing the best solutions for maximising recovery with limited loss.

On exhibiting at RWM, Gareth Meese, Sales Director at Eriez Europe says; "Our sales into the recycling industry continue to grow very strongly, which is testament to the exceptional separation efficiency of our equipment and the high levels of service and support we give to our customers across Europe. At RWM this year, we feel it is important to showcase the full separation solutions we offer and to build on our recent success. There's a lot of synergy between Eriez and Pellenc ST and the products we offer to the recycling industry and we're pleased to be collaborating with them at the show."

The team will be on hand at RWM to offer demonstrations and to answer any questions visitors may have regarding metal separation solutions.

To make an appointment with the team or to visit the recycling test facility, contact Eriez on +44 (0) 29 2086 8501 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
http://en-gb.eriez.com/