Van Dyk implements remote testing for sorting and recycling systems
New measures to help customers research potential purchases without putting themselves at risk
Van Dyk Recycling Solutions has implemented remote testing at their Technology & Testing Center in Norwalk, Connecticut to comply with social-distancing recommendations.
With airline travel becoming less desirable for most, Van Dyk now offers a way for customers to do research on potential purchases without putting themselves at risk. These tests can be particularly useful during times when equipment upgrades may be under more scrutiny. The "try before you buy" nature of these tests can help determine what upgrades will accomplish the desired result before committing to the investment.
Tests include a thorough run-through on Van Dyk's fully operational sort line, which features screens such as an elliptical (ballistic separator) and multiple optical sorters for NIR-spectrum testing.
Customers send in a sample of their material stream and receive a comprehensive report on the test results, along with video recordings of the material trial runs. According to Van Dyk, this kind of testing and research can help customers prepare their operations for any uncertain future.