Magnetic separation applications in the chemical processing industry are as diverse as the industry itself. The vast differences in chemistry among polymers, acids, rubbers, plastics, wet and dry chemicals, and pharmaceuticals are essential factors to consider when choosing magnetic separation equipment.
Erie, PA-based Eriez, the majority shareholder of UK-based FaultCurrent Ltd., is reporting results from a recent round of independent tests of its next generation Fault Current Limiter (pmFCL) which employs ferrite magnets at the core of its patented design.
Performance metrics collected through studies conducted among installations of Eriez Trunnion Magnets worldwide indicate a six-month to one-year payback when compared to trommel screen installations.
Eriez president and CEO Tim Shuttleworth has announced that Charlie Ingram has been promoted to the newly created position of executive vice president and chief marketing officer, of the Erie, PA-based separation technologies company. Ingram served most recently as Eriez vice president of sales and marketing.
Tim Gland has been promoted to the newly created position of vice president & general manager of Erie, PA-based Eriez USA, according to an announcement from Eriez president and CEO Tim Shuttleworth. Gland has been with Eriez since 2014, serving most recently as Director of Erie Operations.
The latest generation of the Eriez RevX-E product line of non-ferrous metal separators is said to combine the same high-performance separation of previous models with a variety of maintenance-friendly enhancements, including an innovative cantilever frame design which enables 10-minute belt changes.
Eriez has introduced its latest version of the Xtreme Vertical Form, Fill & Seal (VFS) metal detector. The compact unit requires no metal-free area above or below the sensing head, making it suitable for installation in the space-restricted area before the hopper and forming tube. Read More
Erie, PA-based Eriez recently celebrated its sales representative agencies that have been partners with the company for 50 years or longer.Read More