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RWM PREVIEW 2018


THE leading lights in the sector will all be present on September 12 and 13 for the annual RWM Exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham.


There’s certainly nothing like it in the calendar, and once again the two day jamboree will be packed full of innovation, new products, and fresh ways of dealing with waste - and


improving profi t margins. We’ve put the spotlight on the exhibitors over the next few pages, in a bid to signpost some of the most exciting companies to emerge this year. Whether you are exhibitor or visitor, or even just thinking about attending, our preview will have you


thinking before you pitch up at the event itself.


As Media Partners, we will also be exhibiting - so feel free to pop along to our stand (4N81) where you will get a warm welcome.


Let’s make RWM’18 a show to remember - we can’t wait for the doors to open.


Metal testing goes green with new Niton UK XL2 Plus analyser


NITON UK provide on-the-spot precision and the ability to extract valuable materials from waste, and will be exhibiting at RWM on Stand 4J34 to showcase their materials recovery facilities (MRF) advance technology. Niton portable analysers are small, light, accurate, fast and non-destructive. The newest model in the Niton XL2 range, the XL2 Plus, has been designed to operate in the harshest working environments. Its detector is protected from puncture by sharp materials by the new ProGuard shield, which seals prevent ingress of dust and water, and meet the international IP54 standard.


Chemically-resistant plastic


The Niton XL2’s outer casing is made from chemically-resistant Lexan plastic and comes in green. The handheld Niton XL2, Niton XL5, and TSI ChemLite instruments identify a full range of metals and alloys, while the TSI PolyMax identifi es polymers in plastics. The SpectroScout is a benchtop analyser for identifying heavy metals. All these instruments work by pointing and


 THE Niton XL2 Plus is a tough, powerful, handheld instrument for identifying metal alloys and mineral ores easily in the fi eld


shooting a narrow beam, which generates a fi ngerprint spectrum by which the material can be identifi ed. Technologies include X-Ray fl uorescence XRF, laser- induced breakdown spectroscopy LIBS and Raman spectroscopy. Recent models, in addition to the rugged XL2 Plus (XRF), are the lightweight ChemLite Plus (LIBS) for fast measurement of light element alloys and the portable SpectroScout (XRF) for lab- quality measurement of heavy elements.


42 SHWM September, 2018


It is nearly 20 years since Malcolm Sibbald founded Niton UK to distribute and service Thermo Scientifi c Niton analysers in the UK & Eire. There are now over 2,000 XRF, LIBS and Raman instruments out in the fi eld sorting metals – detecting contaminants and earning money for businesses.


Sorting waste could lead to salvaging valuable material with a Niton UK analyser. www.nitonuk.co.uk


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