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Address 2121 Rue Olivier, Plessisville, QC, G6L 3G9, CA
Phone 819-362-3281
Email [email protected]
Website machinextechnologies.com
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Experience Results with Machinex Solutions

Machinex uses innovative solutions to design and produce custom-made sorting and recycling technologies for Material Recovery Facilities, Municipal Solid Waste and Construction & Demolition debris. Machinex provides you the system you need- a dependable, durable, high-performance equipment tailored to your specific requirements. Machinex also offers a full range of high quality recycling equipment such as disc screen separators, ballistic separator, optical sorters, trommels, magnets, conveyors, balers, compactors, and more.

Single-Stream Sorting System

Machinex Single-Stream Recycling Solutions are custom-engineered to maximize output based on customer specific needs, from 5 to 50 tph or more. We optimize our systems so as to insure efficiency resulting in unequalled purity.

MSW Sorting System

With Machinex Front- End Processing equipment, recycling is maximized in any waste treatment plant.

Construction & Demolition Sorting System

The Machinex C&D Recycling System is made to separate comingled debris: wood, metal, cardboard, plastics, Styrofoam©, gypsum, asphalt shingles, and mixed rock.

MACH Ballistic Separator

The MACH Ballistic separator is designed for sorting 2D materials (plastic film, paper, cardboard and fibers) and 3D materials (containers, plastic bottles, cans, stone, wood, etc.). Fine particles can be collected separately with the optional variable screen openings.

Single-Ram Baler

Introducing the most innovative combined Pre-Press & Shear High-capacity Single-Ram Extrusion Horizontal Balers. Machinex designed and built advanced new balers that process up to 85 tons of material per hour and deliver optimal bale density.

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Optical sorting, robotics and AI to drive MRF market towards $251.7 million by 2022 according to latest analysis

With China's National Sword regulation imposing restrictions on the import of solid wastes, US single-stream recycling material recovery facilities (MRFs) are left with few options for processing their vast quantities of recycling materials. The technology and capabilities gap between the advanced foreign facilities and the domestic facilities are compelling the latter to make strategic investment decisions regarding processing equipment. While operations and business models will undergo major changes, it is processing technologies such as optical sorting, robotics, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) that will drive the $185.2 million market towards $251.7 million by 2022, at a compound annual growth rate of 6.3 percent. 

Machinex and Canada Fibers partnership to result in two of the most technologically advanced single-stream facilities in North America

Toronto-based Canada Fibers Ltd. (CFL) is building two single-stream recycling facilities in 2019 that will include the most advanced, high-tech fibre and plastics sorting and recovery systems in Canada. In Winnipeg, Manitoba, a completely new 30-tonnes-per-hour facility (approximately 80,000 square feet) is currently under construction and scheduled to open in the fall. In the Region of Peel, Ontario, the existing Peel Integrated Waste Management Facility MRF, owned by the Region, will be retrofitted for 31.5-tonnes-per-hour capacity, with the updated facility (approximately 85,000 square feet) scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2020. 

SamurAI sorting robot finding success in the recycling industry

In the spring of 2018, Plessisville, Quebec-based Machinex introduced its new SamurAI sorting robot, which, according to the manufacturer, has since generated a lot of industry interest. Nearly six months after its launch, the response of the market has been very positive and nine robots have been sold to date. The first two SamurAI in Canada have just been installed in Quebec while six more robots will be installed by next year in Canadian sorting centers. Moreover, the company says they continue to have regular requests from customers who are greatly interested in this cutting-edge technology.

​Machinex provides new single-stream MRF to York County, South Carolina

Machinex was recently awarded the bid to provide a new single-stream material recovery system (MRF) for York County, South Carolina. The facility is planned to begin operations this July. This new system will allow the County to process the growing tonnage of residential recycling materials being generated in the surrounding area. Material is coming from 16 collection and recycling centres located throughout the County and this new facility will processes all collected recyclables.

​Machinex employees obtain accreditation from Certified Machinery Safety Expert

Machinex is pleased to announce the next milestone in its commitment to safety with two recently nominated employees, Sébastien Delisle and Jonathan Fortier. The two Machinex employees are now accredited by the international valid TÜV NORD Certification, and are titled as a CMSE (Certified Machinery Safety Expert). CMSE is a globally recognized license that enables a 360-degree approach to machinery safety.

Spotlight on single-ram horizontal balers

Single-ram horizontal balers are the most common type of baler employed in MRFs and other large-scale recycling facilities for compressing and readying recovered paper, plastics and other recyclables for transport downstream to end markets. Also referred to as a channel baler, these machines use a single-ram or cylinder to compress, move and eject material in a continuous cycle). They are ideal for high-production recycling facilities processing paper and cardboard, plastic bottles and UBCs, and are very adaptable to handle a range of other materials, including everything from textiles to metals.

New Machinex single-stream sorting system for SOCRRA in Michigan to double capacity

The Southeastern Oakland County Resource Recovery Authority (SOCRRA) material recovery facility, built and installed, with equipment provided by Machinex, has been fully operational since mid-January. Located in Troy, Michigan, this new single-stream system plans to double its capacity from 15,000 to 30,000 tons per year, compared to the old dual stream operation. Material is sourced from several surrounding municipalities in the state of Michigan.

Machinex' latest MRF installation at City of High Point in North Carolina now in operation

Machinex has provided a new single-stream material recovery system for the City of High Point, North Carolina, which went operational in January, 2018. The City acquired this new system to improve their recovery rates as well as accommodate growing tonnage. The co-mingled recyclables are sourced from a portion of Guilford County and Jamestown, NC.

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