New Technology Recovers Aluminum from Industrial Scrap Metal
Electrodynamic sorting (EDX) is a new form of eddy current separation developed at the University of Utah. Rather than rotate a cylindrical drum of permanent magnets, this technology excites a stationary electromagnet with an alternating electrical current. The resulting frequency of excitation is far greater than anything which can be achieved through mechanical rotation, allowing the separation of nonferrous metals from other nonferrous metals.
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