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TSI Chemlogix to launch ChemLine Aluminum Scrap Sorting System.

International Resource News-April 16, 2018--TSI Chemlogix to launch ChemLine Aluminum Scrap Sorting System

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International Resource News - 16 April 2018

TSI Chemlogix, a company that says that it serves a global market by investigating, identifying and solving measurement problems, is launching the ChemLine Aluminum Scrap Sorting System during the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) 2018.

This new, patented in-line process LIBS sensor takes automatic sorting a step further. The Chemline LIBS technologies are claimed to be the first that will sort aluminium alloys with capacity up to five TPH.

The ChemLine LIBS sensor analyses the elemental concentration of each scrap piece measuring the Cu, Fe, Mg, Mn, Si and Zn levels. Sorting occurs based on the actual concentrations. The system's high speed, high powered laser burns through contamination and coatings and is reportedly the only LIBS sorting system on the market that processes five TPH of shredded metal. This proven solution can accurately sort scrap, faster, including: Mg from Al, wrought from cast Al, and 5xxx from 6xxx Al.

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