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X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) is capable of detecting the chemical composition of materials. This means that by sorting with XRF, you can separate mixes of non-ferrous metals into the individual constituents like aluminum, zinc, copper, stainless steel, and more. Simply change the sorting program on the included HMI, and you can sort the metals you want, all with one machine.
This technology is based on machine learning and artificial intelligence. In metal recycling it is used to detect different metals using a colour camera in combination with an all-metal strip for detection.
With the innovative REDWAVE technology many new possibilities in sorting all kinds of non-ferrous metals will arise in the future.
Sort individual metals using the same machine. By using the REDWAVE XRF/C to sort specific metals with each cycle, turn your ZORBA, TWITCH and ZEBRA into higher quality, money-making products
Surface contamination doesn't affect XRF detection – you can sort your IBA with ease. Recover all the usable metals in the stream to get the most out of the material.
Sort ZURIK with the same machine as ZORBA and all other non-ferrous metal types applying the same principles. Molybdenum-based stainless steel (316 and 317) can be sorted out, upgrading stainless steel to higher grades.
The REDWAVE has become a reliable and powerful cutting tool.
The REDWAVE XRF/C sorter is great for securing the quality of our products. We are likely to continue to invest in more cutting-edge technology. For us, the first machine is just a beginning.
The REDWAVE test centre, newly built in 2020, was not only established for continuous improvement and advancement in research and development, it is primarily there for our customers. Our test centre is available to you for sorting tests to ensure in advance whether your project is really profitable and how profitable it is.
Would you like to test sorting applications for your company? Then please get in touch with your personal contact in Sales or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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