STEINERT US

STEINERT US is the global leader in magnet and sensor-sorting equipment for the scrap, waste, recycling and mining industries. Our separation technologies result in higher accuracy and purity in sorting materials, resulting in a better quality end-product that demands a pricing premium. STEINERT spends more than $2 million per year on research and development of new technologies, our North American Lab tested 196 tons of customer material in 2014, and our equipment is designed to last a minimum of 10 years.

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