ProSort Airless Metal Recovery Systems

Improved ferrous recovery and requires 75% less energy than Air Driven Sorters.

ProSort Airless Metal Recovery Systems

Eriez' ProSort systems improve metal recovery from waste streams while operating at a fraction of the cost of air power metal sorters.  While the original ProSort Metal Sorter is ideal for many applications, the new ProSort II takes metal recovery to a higher level.

The airless ProSort II doubles the number of metal sensors found on the original ProSort machine and positions them on one-inch centers.  These high resolution sensors are aligned with a new inverted padd mechanism to improve recovery of valuable metals.  This new arrangement improves large and small metallic recovery while producing a "cleaner' fraction.

ProSort advantages: 
  • NO AIR compressor plant required
  • Low operating and maintenance cost
  • Sensor activated paddles deflect detected metals
  • Modular design up to 90" wide
  • Reduced dust generation
  • Excellent cold weather operation

With ProSort's electromagnetic "Six Pack" paddle system, save up to 75% of the cost of operating a typical 125HP air compressor plant.  Contact us today to find out more.

NEW!  See a ProSort Airless Metal Recovery System in operation.

The Err of Air Sorters
Air sorters are expensive to buy, operate and maintain... and they're a chronic problem to keep running.
Eriez' Airless Sorters improve separation and require NO air!
That means:
  • No expensive compressors
  • No valves stuck open
  • No nozzles blocked or clogged
  • No dryers
  • No filters
  • No drain valves

Low Cost of Operation

By replacing expensive air compressor plants, valves and airlines with energy efficient electromagnetic drives, airless ProSortII requires less than 25% of the electricity needed to operate an air powered sorter.  Not only are the ProSort systems less expensive to operate and maintain, it's actually less expensive to buy as well!


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