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WASTE RECYCLING


Niton UK’s PolyMax handheld laser analyser identifi es plastics on the spot


This instrument is manufactured by the global provider of precision instruments, TSI Inc, based in Minnesota USA, and distributed and supported in the UK and Ireland by handheld instrument leader, Niton UK, based in Hampshire. The PolyMax™ analyser uses laser-based spectrometry to validate the chemistry of plastic compounds, whether light or dark in colour. PolyMax™ technology is based on science, not best guesses, to help users buy and sell with greater confi dence.


At the Recycling & Waste Management (RWM) exhibition there has been great interest in the PolyMax™. This handheld instrument is already being used in waste sorting and in high-end Positive Material Identifi cation (PMI), where identifying the correct polymer is also crucial.


WHAT is in that skip? Are you a waste manager with a yard full of unmarked plastic to shift?


Traditional burn and sniff methods of identifying plastics are inaccurate and dangerous. These methods may not burn a hole in your pocket, but misidentifying a batch of plastics could be costly to the health of workers because burning plastic produces a cocktail of harmful toxins.


Thankfully caring for the health of your workforce is now mandatory. However, unfortunately for waste managers, producers are not required to mark the plastics they use in manufacture or packaging.


Yet identifying plastics accurately by resin type is key to profi tability for recyclers, reprocessors and manufacturers. Guessing and getting it wrong can result in contaminated batches, poor product and unhappy customers.


Most plastics are recyclable, but how much gets recycled depends on economics, logistics and the technology available.


No more sniffi ng – just point and measure


Niton UK’s handheld laser spectrometry enables you to measure plastic materials with irrefutable accuracy at every stage of the plastics recycling process.


The PolyMax™ plastics analyser changes the game in recycling and identifi cation.


20 SHWM February, 2019


The PolyMax™ handheld analyser can measure polymers in any form, as rolls, bales, fl akes, sheets, pellets, carpets, scraps, bottles, or pallets, and down to sizes of a few millimetres. It is preloaded with a comprehensive library of materials allowing users to rapidly identify over 100 types of plastic polymers from all major families and subfamilies of polymer: Polyethylene (PE), Polystyrene, Nylon, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Polycarbonate (PC) and Polypropylene. The analyser also features a large 5" colour touch screen, camera, and allows users to build their own library. Its rugged design, with solid- state components, sapphire glass, and a shock- and water-resistant frame, means it works reliably in all weathers and even in the hands of the least experienced user.


Niton UK is best known for its X-ray fl uorescence (XRF) metal analysers: • XL2 Plus – handheld – scrap metal alloys


• XL2 100G - handheld – scrap metals including precious metals


• DXL - benchtop - precious metals including plate


Since 2000, Niton UK has established itself as the expert go-to supplier of fast, accurate, handheld material analysers, and has delivered over 2,500 instruments to customers throughout the UK and Ireland.


Niton UK reiterates, managers should not risk staff health or company reputation on a whiff of smoke. Book a demo with the company and try the handheld analyser on plastic waste.


www.nitonuk.co.uk


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