Separators and detectors of ferrous and non-ferrous metals Rbooe/003 (98297)

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rolbatch
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Tomasz Jackowski
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Separators and detectors of ferrous and non-ferrous metals RBOOE/003/


We offer belt and movement detectors and separators of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The detectors particularly suit for the separation metals from waste and plastics. 


We particularly recommend automatic metal separators which do not need to turn off the recycling line. Our offered separators can be used for: the separation of upstream waste in the mill, for separation of millings processed by the mill and for separation of the millings entering the regranulation lines.


We install separators in our plastics recycling lines in order to increase the quality of ready recycled raw materials and to prevent damage to the machines and equipment during processing.


More information on types of the offered metal detectors and separators can be found at our website in the "metal separators" tab.


While filing a request for quotation, please refer to the offer number. Offer reference number: RBOOE/003/


We offer complete solutions:


  • extrusion lines for PP, PET, PS, PVC foils
  • thermoforming lines for PP, PET, PS, PVC foils (beverage mugs, food packaging for e.g. meat, vegetables, etc.)
  • lines for plastics recycling (crushing, washing, regranulation)
  • laboratory equipment for testing properties of plastics (laboratory extruders, density testers, moisture testers, spectrometers, plastometers for MFI (MFR/MVR)


Rolbatch GmbH
Angermünderstrasse 101
16227 Eberswalde (Berlin)
Deutschland/Germany
tel. 0049 3334 29 95 296 (DE)
mob: 0049 152 540 05 389
www.rolbatch.de



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Angermunder Strasse 101, 16227 Eberswalde

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