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Atlantic Scrap & Processing adds separation equipment.

S.G.M. Magnetics Corp., Sarasota, Fla., has announced the start-up of installations at Atlantic Scrap & Processing's Smithfield, N.C., yard.

The company installed two systems that consist of two 80-inch SIS eddy current machines, two 60-inch-by-98-inch axial pull drums and two 60-inch fines lines. The fines line consists of a DSRP and a high-frequency eddy current designed for material sized 1 1/4-inch and smaller.

"S.G.M. was so confident in the performance of their machines, they told us to run them for 60 days without paying them," Bill Perry, vice president of Atlantic Scrap, says. "At the end of 60 days, they worked so well, we paid them in full. I have never heard of any company making that offer and following through with it."

Atlantic Scrap & Processing owns and operates four full service recycling facilities in North Carolina.

More information on S.G.M.'s products is available at www.sgmmagnetics.com.
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Title Annotation:EQUIPMENT REPORT
Publication:Recycling Today
Date:Mar 1, 2007
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