Bunting Introduces New Conveyor System

New conveyor system was introduced at 2013 WasteExpo in New Orleans.

May 21, 2013
Recycling Today Staff
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Bunting Magnetics Co., Newton, Kansas, has introduced a new line of high-intensity separation conveyors at the WasteExpo show in New Orleans, May 21-23, 2013. Bunting produces precision magnetic products for the recycling, food, printing, automobile, plastics and electronics industries.

In a release, Don Suderman, Bunting’s production manager, says, “These new separation conveyors are designed to provide extremely high magnetic fields, which enable removal of lightly magnetic tramp metal fines. High-intensity magnetic fields also separate work-hardened 300 series stainless steel from the product stream, increasing separation effectiveness for medical waste, as well as automotive and electronic scrap recycling. Optional vibratory feeder trays are available. The conveyor frames are constructed of 300-series stainless steel, and tough urethane endless belts maximize magnetic field exposure to the material being conveyed.”

In addition to Newton, Bunting’s manufacturing plants are located in suburban Chicago; DuBois, Pa.; and Berkhamsted, England.