Bunting Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors protect crushers and other processing machinery from tramp metal damage. Magnetic Separators are also used to remove any metal contamination from the final product to ensure optimum cleanliness and maximise product value.
Specialist high intensity magnetic separators to remove fine iron, ferro and para magnetic minerals from raw materials, ceramic slips, and ceramic glazes.
Strict industry safety regulations and guidelines mean that producing a metal-free product is critical. Food grade magnetic separators and metal detectors provide the necessary protection.
Optimum metal separation ensures end-product quality and reduces the amount of rejects. Bunting magnetic separator and metal detector technology is used during the production and recycling of glass.
Heavy duty and high intensity magnetic separators to remove tramp iron from mined ore, purify non-metallic minerals, and recover or concentrate valuable minerals.
The packaging stage is any process provides the final opportunity to ensure the product is metal-free before leaving the factory. At this stage, magnetic separators are used prior to packaging to remove any ferrous metal before the packaged product passes through a metal detector for a final metal-check.
The name Bunting is synonymous with plastics having provided magnetic separator and metal detector solutions for several decades. Bunting Metal Separation equipment is used both in the production of virgin and waste plastic.
Bunting Magnetic Separators and Metal Detectors remove tramp metal from conveyed fuel (including biomass, coal, refuse, etc) to protect crushers and other processing machinery from damage.
Successful recycling is dependent on the ability to effectively recover or remove metal. Magnetic Separators separate ferrous metals, Eddy Current Separators recover non-ferrous metals, and stainless-steel is separated using the SSSC or HISC.
Recovering ferrous metals from the slag produced during the steel manufacturing process, is a valuable stage of the process, reducing waste and reclaiming precious metal.
Metal contamination is present in most wood related industrial processes and needs removing. In the manufacture of chipboard, metal not only causes product defects and damages equipment, but is also a fire risk.