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WHAT WE OFFER?

GAUSS MAGNETI S.R.L.

GAUSS MAGNETI thanks to over 40 years of experience in the field provides:

  • Magnetic handling systems: they guarantee high security standards, increase productivity, optimize storage areas and consequently reduce logistics costs.
  • Magnetic separation systems: maximize the value of ferrous and non-ferrous metals in recycling facilities and process materials when acting as protection for plants, minimizing waste and reducing pollution.
  • Design: tailor-made for customer needs by optimizing performance and limiting installation costs.
  • Strategic and technological innovation.
  • Spare parts management: in warehouse to minimize plant stop times.
  • Technical assistance: on site and remotely.
  • Quality system certified ISO 9001: 2008.

OUR STRENGHTS

QUALITY
EXPERIENCE
INNOVATION
TECHNOLOGY
ASSISTANCE

SOME OF OUR WORKS

APPLICATIONS

Ferrous scrap

Iron recycling avoids an excessive waste of materials, that, if properly recovered and processed, are again potentially useful, thus reducing the use of raw material.

Waste

The modern waste to energy processes and treatment of steelworks slag require at end of cycle the further magnetic recovery of ferrous and non-ferrous metals contained in the slag, to allow a subsequent enhancement.

Plastic

The plastic bottles and shopping bags recycling process allows to transform a packaging waste in a new feedstock or better secondary raw material, hence the need to extract magnetically ferrous and non-ferrous intrusions so as to obtain a product more pure by subsequent processes of production of PET Flakes or the granule.

Wood

To ensure the highest quality of the final product obtained from wood recycling and to help protect consumers from costly maintenance or plants downtime, it is one of the peculiarities of both magnetic separation of ferrous and non-ferrous.

CSS / RDF Waste

The SFS (Solid Fuel Secondary) or RDF is a fuel obtained by treatment of the urban solid waste, which also involves the separation of ferrous and non-ferrous metal fractions, in order to avoid that the same may damage the treatment plant or affect the operation of the waste to energy plant.

Coal

In the mining industry as well as in inert waste recycling, it is necessary to eliminate ferromagnetic intrusion during the extraction and processing of raw material.