advanced recycling and sorting systems

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single stream recycling and sorting systems multi stream recycling and sorting systems C&D Recycling Systems

View Individual Components:

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finger screen occ screen rod deck screen
ballistic separator bag opener metering bunker
de-stoner air knife classifier picking stations magnetic separators
eddy current separators drum magnets Air Curtain Burners or Waste Wood Carbonizers

For more information about Recycling Systems & Components, please visit the manufacturer websites below:

MetalTech Systems

MetalTech Systems, Inc.
Serving the Southeast in the recycling and recovery industries, MetalTech is aligned with several specialty equipment manufacturers enabling us to provide concept, detail and manufacturing engineering, as well as, build and install services.

General Kinematics

GK Recycling Systems & Equipment
From entry-level to full scale sorting, GK can supply the right system for your material separation process.

Industrial Magnetics, Inc.

Industrial Magnetics, Inc.
IMI is an industry leader in providing both permanent magnets and electromagnets for work holding, lifting, fixturing, conveying and magnetic separation.

About Tinsley Company’s Recycling Sales Representation:

Specializing in complete recycling and sorting systems, as well as, their individual components. These systems can automatically separate and sort the following recyclables: Fiber including Old Corrugated Cardboard (OCC); Newsprint (ONP); Mixed Paper / Office Paper (MP or OP); Containers Including Aluminum Cans, Ferrous / Steel Cans, PET, HDPE Color / Natural, Mixed Plastics, Glass; Wood including dimensional lumber treated and untreated; Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals; Rocks and Dirt; Concrete / Bricks; and Plastic. Tinsley Company provides sales representation in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

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Recycling was last modified: February 4th, 2019 by Grant Rice