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Steinert's NES Eddy Current Separator is offered in multiple configurations for material sizes from 3/8" to 8".
Steinert's NES Eddy Current Separator is offered in multiple configurations for material sizes from 3/8" to 8".

Steinert US, a leading supplier of separation equipment for the material recovery and recycling market, announced on December 12, a new mobile series rental program.  

Steinert offers mobile NES (Eddy Current Separator) and ISS (Induction Sorting System) rental systems. Units are competitively priced on a monthly or quarterly rental or rent-to-own basis and the rental fee includes a trained service technician on site for initial setup and operator training. 

Steinert will design a rental program to suit the customer's needs. Units can be secured for as little as three months on either a rental or rent-to-own basis with an attractive buyout option.
Steinert mobile systems immediately begin producing product that pays the rent and leaves the customer with a nice profit, every month.

Designed specifically for customers who want to take their non-ferrous metal recovery on the road, the Steinert mobile series allows for recovery anywhere a power source and fairly level ground can be found.

Steinert mobile units are perfect for landfill mining, stockpile reduction/management, and many other specialized projects.

Steinert's ISS Induction Separation System is an all metal sensor sorter offered in several configurations to suit multiple applications.

Key features of the ISS include: all weather operation; a built in compressed air dryer and filtering system; an optional on board compressed air supply; full capability interface control; wireless remote, maintenance ready; and no concrete pad is required.

Steinert's available NES Eddy Current Separator is an affordable non-ferrous recovery solution offered in multiple configurations for material sizes from 3/8" to 8".

Key features of the NES include: an on board utility compressor; user-friendly operation; no special transport permit required; fast on-site set up (generally less than 10 minutes); and no concrete pad required.

Interested customers can contact SteinertUS at (800) 595-4014 or [email protected] for more information, or to reserve a rental unit.


On December 3, 2013 Steinert US presented a check for $26,936.00 to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital today on behalf of it’s customers, vendors, and industry partners who participated in the October charity casino event.

Steinert held a charity casino night on October 23, 2013 during its annual Steinert University certification event.

Sponsorship support from Metso, US Shredder, Machinex, General Kinematics, Sunbelt, Joest, AEI, Vecoplan, and Sullivan Palatek helped to make this generous donation possible.

“Steinert is proud to support Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and the wonderful work they do for children in our community and around the world. Without the generous support of our customers and partners this donation would not be possible. We are blessed to work in such a special industry filled with so many generous, caring individuals,” said Steinert President Jason Looman.

The 2014 Steinert University Certification event is scheduled for September 10-11, 2014 and will again feature a charity event benefitting Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. To learn more about Steinert University or to get more information on 2014 charity sponsorship opportunities please contact Nicolle Williams at +1 (800) 595-4014.

Founded in 1889, Steinert has long been recognized as a leader in magnetic separation technology. Over the last decade, Steinert has also become a leader in sensor sorting applications. Steinert provides electromagnetic drums, eddy current separators, and sorting systems based on induction, X-Ray, and near infrared. Steinert is headquartered Cologne, Germany with offices in the United States, Brazil, Australia, and Japan.

Established in the United States in 2003, Steinert US is the North American headquarters of Steinert Elektromagnetbau GmbH. The company manufactures a complete line of magnetic and sensor-sorting equipment designed to separate and recover a wide range of materials. 

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Walton, KY
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