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INDUSTRY NEWS

Sean Toland Named President of Rubadue
Wire
After a long and successful career at
Rubadue Wire, including 13 years as
company president, Sue Welsh has
announced her retirement. Current
vice president, Sean Toland, will assume the title of president. He has
been involved with many aspects
of the company for 15 years. "I am
excited and honored to be chosen
for this role. We have a great team
at Rubadue Wire and we are ready
for the next chapter in our history."
Toland said. "I look forward to implementing a strategy that makes us the
most trusted supplier in our markets.
As my co-workers and I tackle the Sean Toland
challenges and opportunities ahead,
we remain committed to exceeding all expectations, both internally and with our strong customer base."
Welsh has been integral in leading the company through many
years of growth, including its 2018 move to a newer, larger manufacturing facility in Loveland, Colorado, and expanding Rubadue
into emerging technologies and global markets.
"A great privilege of my life has been
being a part of Rubadue Wire. As I
look forward to the next stages of my
life, I am confident in the succession
plan for the company." she said. "My
father, the founder of the company,
would no doubt be proud of what a
success his company has become.
I will anxiously look forward to news
of their success as they build upon
the foundation which has been laid!"
Rubadue is an employee-owned
manufacturer of custom engineered
wire and cable products. SpecializSue Welsh
ing in the manufacturing of Litz wire
conductors and the extrusion of
very thin, high-temperature insulations. The company works globally across multiple industries, offering solutions in solar, medical,
industrial, automotive and other fields.
For more information, visit: Rubadue.com

Rubadue's new manufacturing facility in Loveland, Colorado

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Magnetics Business & Technology * May/June 2019

Eriez Magnetics Reports Robust Sales of
Eddy Current Separators, Expands
Manufacturing Capability in UK

Eriez RevX-E separator
Eriez Magnetics reports that sales of its eddy current separators
for industrial and recycling markets have been setting a robust
pace, boosted particularly by their latest model's increased capability to separate beverage cans for recyclers. The company has
expanded its manufacturing capacity for its line of eddy current
separators in Europe where they recorded record sales in 2018.
Eriez Europe, based in the UK, sold a record number of over 40
units into the European market during the year. Due to the increasing sales of the separators and other expansion needs, a
3,500 sq ft extension to the company's European manufacturing
facility was completed in autumn 2018. It will enable the plant to
increase its production capacity of separator rotors by a third per
year, the company said.
Earlier, from its headquarters in Erie, PA, Eriez reported that sales
of its new generation RevX-E eddy current separators are on the
rise, especially to materials recovery facilities. The units are said
to be exceptionally good at recovering beverage cans. "Independent tests prove our RevX-E units throw aluminum material nearly
20 percent farther than other brands," noted Chris Ramsdell, recycling product manager. "This extra distance improves aluminum
grade and increases recovery, resulting in substantially more profits for recyclers."
Designed for separation of nonferrous metals, the units feature
an eccentrically mounted magnetic rotor within the non-conductive larger diameter shell. The rotor concentrates its eddy current
forces into a zone of separation at the end of the belt. By focusing
its field, this design ignores ferrous material in the flow. The eccentric rotor design reduces long-term wear due to heated ferrous
build up.
The company offers two rotor assemblies to conquer the challenges of various recycling industry applications: LT2 and ST22.
The LT2 8-pole rare earth eccentric rotor assembly is designed to
sort coarse material greater than 1-inch. The ST22 is a 22-pole
rare earth eccentric rotor assembly designed for recovery of nonferrous fines sized less than 1-inch. "The eccentric design incorporated into both rotor options protects against potential damage
from ferrous contamination in the material stream while maintaining a high level of separation performance," explained Ramsdell.
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Magnetics Business & Technology - May/June 2019
Contents
Editor’s Choice/ Features
Hitachi Metals Equips Innovation Center for 3D Printing of Large Metal Parts
Tech Tips: Adhesive Fundamentals for Common Magnet Bonding Applications
Innovative Winding Technology Leads to New Generation of Inductive Products from BLOCK BLOCK,
Research & Development
NASA Spacecraft Discover New Magnetic Process in Turbulent Space
Product News
Industry News
Marketplace/ Advertising Index
Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording Milestone Reached by Seagate Technology
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Magnetics Business & Technology - May/June 2019 - Contents
Magnetics Business & Technology - May/June 2019 - Editor’s Choice/ Features
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Magnetics Business & Technology - May/June 2019 - Hitachi Metals Equips Innovation Center for 3D Printing of Large Metal Parts
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Magnetics Business & Technology - May/June 2019 - Tech Tips: Adhesive Fundamentals for Common Magnet Bonding Applications
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Magnetics Business & Technology - May/June 2019 - Innovative Winding Technology Leads to New Generation of Inductive Products from BLOCK BLOCK,
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Magnetics Business & Technology - May/June 2019 - NASA Spacecraft Discover New Magnetic Process in Turbulent Space
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