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The demand for mobile metal separators is increasing. With the EddyC Move, Lybover now also offers a mobile solution for the separation of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The flex

ibility of the machine, which is transported on a container chassis and is operational within an hour, offers new opportunities.

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In waste processing and recycling, there is an increasing demand for mobile metal separators. In contrast to a fixed installation, applying for a building permit is no longer necessary. Also the construction of a concrete base and steel fastening constructions is no longer necessary. “In this way, companies can work very efficiently and respond quickly to the demand,” says Bart Vanpoucke, Business Unit Manager of the RECYCLING unit, part of the family business Lybover from Waregem. Lybover RECYCLING supplies turnkey installations for waste separation. Last summer, it expanded its portfolio with the Steinert mobile metal separator, fully named Steinert Eddy C Move. The mobile machine separates both ferrous and non-ferrous parts from bulk streams.

Installation pays for itself
The mobile machine makes it possible to carry out activities at the customer’s location. For example, a processor of residual wood can choose to work at the customer’s site. After reducing the residual materials, the mobile metal separator can do its work on site. The knife then cuts on two sides. The waste is upgraded and the extracted metals can be marketed at a scrap company. The mobile installation is also interesting for waste processors who work with mobile installations. Depending on the location of the material on the business park, the mobile metal separator can be placed in the vicinity of the mobile crusher. This eliminates the need for internal transport to any fixed installation.

Excellent reputation and results
Steinert has a very good reputation in the field of fixed metal separators, and this base has been used for the development of a mobile version. The machine is 2 m wide and can be transported on a container chassis. Within an hour the machine is installed and operational. The infeed conveyor is equipped with an overbelt magnet that filters the ferrous metals out of the waste. Once inside the machine, the Eddy Current technique ensures that the non-ferrous metals such as aluminium, copper, bronze and brass are separated. The capacity of the machine goes up to 150 m³ per hour. Interested companies can test the machine. This allows you to determine whether separating metals yields enough to recover the investment.