Pneumatic Inline Magnets for Animal Feed

Bunting Pneumatic Inline Magnets

Bunting’s Technical Sales Engineer, Peter Buckley, recently visited the site of an animal feed producer to review installed Pneumatic Inline Magnets and assess a new requirement.  The four (4) Pneumatic Inline Magnets (PIMs) operating successfully at the animal feed plant were installed in phases between November 2020 and September 2023. Inline Magnets are versatile and…

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Benefits of the Overband Magnet Armoured Belt

Overband Magnet Armoured Belt

The highest wear part on an Overband Magnet is the belt that transfers the separated metal away from the conveyor and into a collection area.  In order to reduce such wear, Bunting developed a special lightweight armouring for the rubber belt. The Overband Magnet Armoured Belt is in operation in recycling, mining, quarrying and bulk…

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Hillhead Success for Bunting

The Hillhead quarrying, construction and recycling show (Buxton, UK, 25-27 June, 2024) was blessed with a decent spell of weather for the throngs of international visitors.  Bunting’s ideally located stand, on the downslope towards the pavilion, was busy for the whole 3-days. Bunting has exhibited at Hillhead for decades, with metal detectors, magnetic separators and…

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Bunting ElectroMax-Plus Protects Aggregate Crushers

A UK construction materials company installed an ElectroMax-Plus Overband Magnet to remove tramp ferrous metal from quarried material prior to crushing.  Bunting specified, designed and built the powerful electromagnetic Overband Magnet at their UK manufacturing facility in Redditch. The ElectroMax-Plus Installation The ElectroMax-Plus Overband Magnet is installed at magnesium limestone quarry in Derbyshire, United Kingdom. …

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Peter Buckley Joins Bunting

Peter Buckley has joined Bunting as the Technical Sales Engineer for general magnetic separation and metal detection equipment in the United Kingdom.  The appointment of Peter follows a period of growth and expansion for Bunting. Over 16 years, Peter Buckley has worked on a wide range of material separation projects for the processing, materials handling,…

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High Intensity Magnetic Separation at UK Mining Conference

Magnetic Disc Separator across the conveyed mineral mix

High intensity magnetic separation and enhanced tramp metal magnetic separation is the focus for Bunting at the UK Mining Conference in Cornwall, UK (12-13 June 2024). High-profile delegates including investors, brokers, operators, and the mining supply chain attend the two-day conference, held at the historic Princess Pavilion in Falmouth in Cornwall. The recent rise in…

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Metal Separation at E-Waste World Conference 2024

Maximising metal separation and recovery from e-waste is the focus for Bunting on stand C60 at the E-Waste World Conference and Expo (26-27 June 2024, Messe Frankfurt, Germany).  The Bunting team is joined on the stand by their local representative Marcel Graef from 3SMI. The global production of e-waste rose to 62 million tonnes (Mt)…

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Bunting Attracts Crowds at IFAT 2024

There was a constant stream of visitors on Bunting’s stand at the IFAT Munich 2024 (13-17 May).  Bunting’s multinational team from the UK, Germany, Italy, and the USA talked metal separation with visitors from around the world. IFAT is the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management. “IFAT provided the…

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ElectroMax Overband Magnet Power at Hillhead 2024

ElectroMax-Plus Overband Magnet

The compact but powerful characteristics of the ElectroMax Overband Magnet are highlighted on Bunting’s stand C9 at the Hillhead quarrying, construction and recycling show (25-27 June, 2024).  The ElectroMax is accompanied on the stand by the TN77 and meTRON 05D metal detectors, and a permanent suspension magnet. Solving Metal Separation Problems at Hillhead Magnetic separators…

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UK Metal Contaminated Food Recalls

In the first four months of 2024, the UK Food Standards Agency issued four (4) alerts regarding metal contamination in food products that had reached the public, just one less than the five reported in the whole of 2023. The metal contaminated food products were supplied by leading UK supermarkets including Lidl and Asda, as…

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