The new RCSX-E series ultra-high frequency eddy current separator from Germany-based manufacturer, IMRO, has been introduced to the North American market by TAV Holdings out of Atlanta, Georgia. This ECS technology is able to process up to 15 tph, ranging magnetic frequencies above 1,300-hertz, with rotors spinning at 4,000 rpm. According to TAV, the value of having this series in downstream processes is that the E series excels at separating nonferrous metals under 3mm (1/8"), a size range that is traditionally challenging for a High Frequency ECS to recover. With its patented adjustable pole system that can go from 0 to 20 degrees, the E series can handle all types of applications with extra fine material. IMRO's E series also provides a patented shell ring with lifting assistance to easily replace a shell when needed, plus with an electrically adjustable splitter, this eddy current provides an infinitely variable system for all applications. TAV is offering the E series in 3 different sizes: 40", 60" and 80" to match varying throughputs and budgets.
TAV Holdings Inc.3311 EMPIRE BVLD
Atlanta , GA
About TAV Holdings
TAV Holdings (Atlanta, GA), a processor and developer of innovative sorting solutions has entered an exclusive partnership agreement with IMRO (Uffenheim, Germany) to provide magnetic separation technology in North America. With 25 years of experience, IMRO has become a leading German manufacturer of recycling machinery and equipment. The company offers separation, sorting and recovery metals from different kinds of waste streams such as incineration bottom ash, shredded waste products, electronic scrap, wood, plastics, glass and others. With the addition of IMRO's product lines, TAV has expanded the technology portfolio which includes turnkey systems with sizing, conveying and sorting technologies. TAV/IMRO's booth at the National ISRI convention is 1351.