Steinert US

285 Shorland Drive
Walton, KY
US, 41094

Company Description:

STEINERT is the global leader in separation technology solutions for the mining, scrap, waste and recycling industries. Manufacturing a complete line of magnetic and sensor-sorting equipment, it provides full solutions designed to separate and recover a wide range of materials. Engineering electromagnetic drums, eddy current separators, and sorting systems based on induction, X-Ray, and NIR, STEINERT is the only full range industry supplier with more than 125 years of expertise and global customer service.

Steinert UniSort Black

Using STEINERT’s Hyper-Spectral Imaging (HSI) technology, the UniSort Black recognizes and sorts all black and dark components in the waste stream, saving the material from being sent to a landfill. Easily integrated into existing facilities and processing lines, UniSort Black increases yield and potential revenue while saving disposal costs.

STEINERT UniSort Flake

Specifically designed for the complex task of sorting fine-grained materials, the STEINERT UniSort® Flake reliably separates plastics, metals or minerals according to material type and colors. Using NIR or color sorting, the unit is adaptable for the widest range of materials to be sorted, with an easy-to-use touchscreen for simplest operation.

STEINERT NES Eddy Current Separator

There is a reason 65% of eddy currents used today in the scrap industry are STEINERT: higher yield and longer life than its competitors! Wherever non-ferrous metals have to be recovered or separated - shredder material, municipal waste, WTE bottom ash, electronic scrap, wood chips or glass – STEINERT eddy currents can do the job. We pioneered and are now the leading manufacturer of the eccentric pole system, which allows for maximum ejection efficiency.

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Closing the gap in ASR recycling

Steinert's UniSort PR with hyper spectral imaging technology uses cutting-edge NIR camera technology to solve complex sorting tasks.

France’s second-largest recycling firm for scrap, GDE Recyclage (a subsidiary of the Amsterdam-based ECORE B.V.), has achieved the targets set by the EU directive on end-of-life vehicles (2000/53/EC), which was passed by the European Parliament and Council on 18 September, 2000. Among other things, the directive stipulates that materials and components amounting to at least 95% of the end of-life vehicles’ average weight must be reused or recycled or energetically recovered. To make this possible, Olivier Pitavy, Development Project Manager at ECORE B.V., leads a project that aims to recycle at least 85% of the ASR (Automobile Shredder Residues) with an additional 10% energy recovery.

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STEINERT to present sorting system for aluminium alloys at Aluminium trade fair

Stamping waste from the automobile industry (Alu-minium alloys 5xxx und 6xxx)

Aluminium plays a key role in mobility. One of the main reasons for this is that more and more vehicle bodies are made of aluminium. The Ford F-150 pickup and the Jaguar XE are just two prominent examples of this trend towards automobiles containing large amounts of aluminium. It’s obvious that this development increases the demand for high-quality aluminium. At the same time, up to 50% of the material used in the stamping processes common in mass production operations was wasted because there was no way of separating the production waste for recycling. This situation has now changed, according to STEINERT, due to their new LSS (Laser Sorting System) that enables alloys to be cleanly separated from one another.

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UniSort BlackEye: STEINERT presents sorting system for the pure separation of black plastics on K trade fair show 2016

The UniSort BlackEye enables operators to recover pure materials, so that the investment quickly pays off.The UniSort BlackEye is ideal for use wherever bulk materials such as dark grist or black plastic flakes are needed in highly pure form.

Although the pure separation of black plastics is one of the main recycling tasks, most optical sorting machines are unable to handle it. To tackle this challenge, the Steinert Group, a specialist for magnet separation and sensor sorting, has launched the UniSort BlackEye on the market. This new optical sorting system enables recycling companies to produce purer granules that are so valuable that the investment in the device quickly pays off.

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Class instead of mass -- UniSort System helps recycler achieve the highest level of purity

Christian Hündgen Plant manager and third generation employee.

Christian Hündgen is convinced that the more secondary raw materials are fed back into the production of products, the better. That’s why the family-run enterprise focuses on achieving as high a level of material purity as possible when sorting waste. “We concentrate more on the sorting depths than on high throughput rates. It ensures our customers in our region will remain loyal to us,” says Hündgen.

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STEINERT launches UniSort BlackEye!

The UniSort BlackEye enables operators to recover pure materials, so that the investment quickly pays off. The UniSort BlackEye is ideal for use wherever bulk materials such as dark grist or black plastic flakes are needed in highly pure form.

STEINERT’S UniSort BlackEye offers the possibility to efficiently recover recyclates from fractions with a high proportion of dark plastics. This sensor-based sorting machine has the ability to classify plastics according to their polymer group categorization such as PE, PP, PVC and styrenes, rather than their color. The UniSort BlackEye is not only for black materials - it can detect any color.

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Proven plastics separator handles packaging waste, WEEE and RDF

Steinert US' UniSort system precisely detects plastics with grain sizes up to 4 mm and recovers material for recycling. This technology efficiently separates individual plastics found in packaging waste, mixed plastics from electronic scrap (WEEE), and low-PVC refuse-derived fuels from residual waste fraction, using high-precision particle detection followed by a burst of compressed air to separate the detected particle. According to Steinert, over 300 UniSort machines have been commissioned over the past 20 years.

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STEINERT introduces Fines ISS recovery system with ARGOS C technology, and boosts non-ferrous metal separator extraction rate

Cologne based full supplier of separation technology STEINERT Elektromagnetbau GmbH recently announced the launch of a special design Fines all-metal recovery system. The company also announced that after optimization of its rotational speed, their NES 4T (shown here) (non-ferrous metal separator) now achieves even better results when separating non-ferrous metals from fine fractions.  

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