Steinert: 4 new products at IFAT 2024

The company wants to present four new sorting systems and add-ons in Munich.
Numerous innovations, for example the novel multi-spot analysis for ideal material detection, form part of the Steinert Plasmax | Libs. Copyright: Steinert
Steinert Plasmax | Libs allows three products to be sorted in one cycle

The latest development from Steinert enables separation of aluminium scrap into three different sorted products. With a high processing capacity and three material discharges at the same time, the Steinert Plasmax| Libs makes what is probably the most efficient processing of high-grade aluminium scrap possible and therefore meets all current industry standards. The novel multi-spot analysis ensures optimum and reliable detection using several laser measurement points at the same time.

More throughput and proven sorting quality for bulk material with UniSort Finealyse+

As an addition for demanding applications, the UniSort Finealyse+ complements the UniSort Finealyse for sorting fine-grain bulk material. Specially designed for sorting plastic mixes, copper scrap and heavy metal and non-ferrous metal concentrates, it has numerous new features.

The most of these are the working width, which is almost double in size, the higher throughput rates and a new split functionality for simultaneous multiple sorting processes on one machine. A core element of the detection unit is the sensor combination of high-resolution near-infrared (NIR) and colour camera technology. Based on hyperspectral imaging (HSI), NIR camera technology combines maximum spatial and spectral resolution. The additional colour camera records further visual material properties at the same measuring point and ensures stable and precise detection in combination with an automatic white balance.

Incineration bottom ash add-on for Steinert eddy current separators

Splitcontrol, the latest add-on for Steinert eddy current separators, optimises the sorting quality of incineration bottom ash and additional fine-grain applications. Changes in the material properties, such as residual moisture, can be counteracted with this automatic control technology. Splitcontrol ensures consistently high yield rates and high operational stability. Manual interventions for splitter correction can be reduced to a minimum.

Splitcontrol can be flexibly retrofitted as an upgrade for existing Steinert eddy current separators or considered as an additional option when configuring a new non-ferrous metals separator. This versatility allows users to better exploit the potential of existing systems or benefit from the advantages of the Splitcontrol from the outset.

Higher quality of ferrous concentrates and removal of impurities

The Steinert UMP multi-pole is the innovative solution for enriching or cleaning ferrous concentrates. Through the use of alternating magnetic poles, non-magnetic impurities are effectively removed, meaning that the quality of non-ferrous fractions is improved. Copper losses in ferrous concentrates can be significantly reduced in Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) applications. This technology is easy to integrate in existing systems and offers a cost-effective alternative to conventional cleaning methods.

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