“It has new features about recycling separation equipment, primarily our
optical sorters, and provides purchasers more information about the recycling machine options...
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
MSS Inc., located in Nashville, TN, is proud to announce the launch of their new website http://www.magsep.com. The new website went live on October 30, 2012.
“Our new website is easy to navigate and will be a great resource for those interested in purchasing recycling sorting equipment”, says Felix Hottenstein, MSS Sales Director.
Hottenstein continues, “It has new features about recycling separation equipment, primarily our optical sorters, and provides purchasers more information about the recycling machine options,
along with videos, news releases and other information about the recycling industry.”
Optical sorters are recycling machines that use NIR (near infrared) light sensors to automatically separate different materials by shape, color and spectroscopic properties. Objects are separated by jets of compressed air and normally generate three outputs from one input.
Optical sorters are used in material recovery facilities, such as single stream recycling, municipal solid waste, commercial and industrial, construction and demolition processing, and e-Waste recycling.
Materials such as plastics, fibers, glass, metals, wood, electronic scrap and more can be automatically removed and recovered to be recycled by an optical sorting unit, or several optical sorters depending on the tonnages of the material stream.
MSS has been engineering and manufacturing optical sorters for over 35 years, after they designed and built their first in 1978 which was capable of separating metals. MSS delivers innovative optical sorters internationally and continuously improves machines for higher throughput and better quality of materials.
Optical sorters by MSS are proven to increase quality of separated materials, increase system capacity, reduce labor costs and increase ROIs.
MSS is a division of the CP Group of companies. The website was designed with the same elements as the other 5 companies’ sites to show branding cohesiveness and relationship between divisions. As of now, three of the five sites are complete.