NIR sorting systems are now available in a wide range of innovative technologies to futureproof your plant or facility. Highly reliable and accurate separation using near-infrared technology (NIR). In mining and waste processing, NIR sorting systems can achieve clean mineral fractions, such as quartz, limestone, fluorite, phosphate and feldspar. Heavy bulk materials can be separated such as plaster, plastics, wood, paper and organic matter.
This range of sensor-sorting systems include various features such as high-resolution, hyperspectral and colour camera technology. The equipment includes AI-assisted and adaptable robotic cell technology for complex tasks, and contactless quality monitoring.
Invisible to the human eye, the spectral range for NIR (near-infrared technology) is between 760 and 2500 nm. Through light excitation, material patterns based on molecular vibrations can be detected in this wavelength range. From the smallest variance in the chemical composition, very fine resolutions can be detected and assessed. Within this range of equipment, hyperspectral imaging (HSI) can be used for 2D materials and advanced technology can sort black polyolefins. Also included in the series are units with customisable programmes and the ability to provide real-time operating data and quality control online.
Single source separation and sorting of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
Do you want to optimise the accuracy and efficiency of your recycling or waste processes? Turn valuable materials into a high level of purity for resale and maximise your outturns. We can design and deliver solutions for your plant or facility, including process concept development. Our expertise covers magnetic separations, sensors, analysers and system technologies for the primary and secondary raw materials sector. We supply parts and services, and we will help you with the installation and optimisation of your equipment.
The MAGSEP team includes dedicated application specialists and engineers who understand your processing challenges from a local perspective. Our aim is to help you get the most from your recycling equipment with cost-effective and customisable solutions.
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