We are holding an unreserved auction of used equipment on our site at 2 Harrimans Lane, Dunkirk, Nottingham NG7 2SD on Saturday 19th September. Viewing on our site starts Thursday 17th September at 9am and ends at 4 am Friday 18th September. Auction starts at 9.30 on Saturday 19th September. There will be over 100 lots of used scrap metal recycling equipment including shears, balers, scrap handling grabs, cable granulators and car balers. This is a complete one off sale, machines are unreserved and it's definitely one for the diary. Please contact Charlie Foyle, Graham Johnson or Debbie Ormerod for further details. Call. 01948 667700 email@example.com For further information or to sign up to bid on line follow the link here. And if that doesn't work further details will be on the Malcolm Harrison Auctions website https://www.malcolmharrison.co.uk/
We need to clear some space in our yard to make way for new production buildings. You can see how tight we are for room from the picture! As such we've decided to hold our first ever yard sale which will be run by auctioneers Malcom Harrison on Saturday 19th September 2020. There will be a wide variety of used equipment available which has come into us as part exchanges against new machinery. A such, some will be in working order whilst other items will need work but will be good projects for anyone with engineering skills. We have machines from a number of different manufacturers. We generally fully recondition all of our part exchanges but we can't do them all. We've simply run out of time and yard space - plus we've got builders coming in at the end of October! We'll provide more information of exactly what will be in the sale shortly. The list is ever changing but will include all types of scrap yard equipment. You can also register with Malcolm Harrison for the more information at www.malcolmharrison.co.uk. Bidding will be online or you can join us on our site on the 19th September. There's going to be some big kit for sale and plenty of bargains so don't miss out!!
Our hearts are with the people around the world who have been affected by the Covid-19 outbreak. We wish to let you all know that JMC is continuing to support its customers. However, we are now operating a zero contact arrangement within our U.K. production facility. As such we will be keeping our customers and suppliers contact to email, telephone or video calls only until further notice. Our staff are working from home where possible, but it’s business as usual for the production team who are still building quality U.K. made metal and waste recycling equipment. We are continuing to transport equipment both within the UK and overseas, and we're offering some great deals so keep looking at our Facebook page or contact us for updates. To avoid unnecessary travel, our service engineers are available support your operations, but only in an emergency. Anything other than an emergency will be dealt with over the telephone or by email. We are still fully operational in our parts department and sending spares out via courier. We have 1.2 million pounds of stock in our warehouse in Nottingham and we will endeavour to fulfil any of your spare part needs. We wanted to let you know that our Scrap yard is closed for now. We are sorry for any inconvenience but our priority is the well-being of our associates, their families, and of course you, our lovely customers and suppliers. We wish you good health, both now and in the future! Stay safe and keep in touch. Telephone _44(0) 115 9409630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org JMC Recycling Systems Ltd
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded safe contractor accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor. Alcumus SafeContractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises extremely rigorous standards in health and safety management amongst contractors. It is used by thousands of organisations in the UK ranging from SMEs to FTSE 100 companies. With scrap metal roots extending back to 1872, McIntyre has evolved to become the gold standard in recycling systems and services, employing over 30 people, and having installed 27,000 machines worldwide. Today, it not only operates its own recycling centre, it both manufactures and resells the best recycling systems available, to help its clients to maximise profits from metal, cars, waste and aluminium. McIntyre’s most recent clients have included major players as far afield as MDJ Light Bros and Singleton’s in England, Molloy Metals in Ireland, Aleris International in the USA, and Groupe Sotrem-Maltech in Canada. For all its clients, bespoke manufacturing, installation and maintenance are value-added services provided by McIntyre. Phillip Pownall, Managing Director of McIntyre, said, ‘We take safety training very seriously, and we’ve long believed we lead the way in best practice both at our base and at client sites, with a strong track record to substantiate this claim. However, we felt that gaining the independent SafeContractor accreditation would not only be a useful check point for us, but would provide valuable confirmation and reassurance for our clients. Naturally, we hope that Safe Contractor accreditation will enhance our ability to win new contracts, and will be viewed positively by our insurers when the company liability policy is up for renewal.’ Gemma Archibald, Director of Alcumus SafeContractor said: ‘Major organisations simply cannot afford to run the risk of employing [...]
Rotobec Grabs - the perfect choice for MDJ Light Bros Despite substantial expansion, MDJ Light Brothers’ profits were being undercut by the cost of maintaining its grabs. It turned to McIntyre for a more robust and reliable solution - the solution was Rotobec Meet MDJ Light Brothers With 40 years’ experience in the recycling industry, Sussex-based MDJ Light Brothers has not only gained major scrap metal contracts across the South East but a reputation as a pioneer. It has developed ground-breaking treatments for resources such as Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), scrap cable and low-grade steel from both treated household waste and Energy from Waste plants. Grappling the problem Grabs are business-critical for the company, helping it to handle around 20,000 tonnes of material per month efficiently through its sites. However, the company’s existing systems were not keeping up with the heavy workload. Repairs were required too frequently, and the resulting downtime, maintenance charges and replacement parts were costing the company dearly. Jonathan Light, Company Director of MDJ Light Brothers, said, ‘Pins were breaking regularly, we were repairing or replacing cracked rams at least once a week, and the thin teeth required quite a bit of downtime to flame-cut and weld. What’s more, because the cylinders and rods were not well protected, we had had to commission our own at additional cost. Even with an intensive maintenance regime, each grab required a complete overhaul or replacement after two or three years. ‘Across a fleet of 16 material handlers, this was mounting up to an unacceptable degree of downtime, with a hefty maintenance bill. This undermined our ability to invest for growth, for example in operational innovations or in customer service initiatives. ‘Also, any break in service [...]
McIntyre is delighted to have delivered a Bonfiglioli shear - an I-Cut 2000 - to Singletons, a major Manchester-based scrap metal merchant. This mobile, adjustable vertical shear is a must for metal recyclers who export via container. It is the most powerful, robust and efficient in its class, designed to cut all types of HMS1 and other types of scrap into marketable lengths with an automatic cycle for rapid throughput of up to 32 metric tons/hour. It is robust too: its blades have 4 cutting edges, and each lasts an average of 250-300 working hours. Peter Singleton is really impressed with his new machine. He said, ‘It’s an unbelievable shear, with a really superb performance.’ Read more about the Bonfiglioli large shear range from McIntyre here
Vulcan, the fastest metals analyser for scrap metal sorting has been launched today (24th January 2017). With the most advanced reporting tools on the market, Vulcan is a light, balanced handheld LIBS (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) analyser which is easy to use and has the longest battery life in the business. Vulcan has been designed for the rapid identification of a wide range of alloys. Simply point and shoot and in one second you'll know what metal is in that load. Vulcan is available to UK scrap metal processing companies through us at McIntyre. On site demonstrations are available on request so that you test out this amazing new metals analyser in your own yard. A fast, accurate, and durable metals analyser Vulcan is the fastest metals analyser available, taking just one second to measure metal alloys - that’s faster than any XRF (X-ray fluorescence) analyser or any other laser product on the market. This means that large quantities of scrap metal can be sorted easily and fast. Vulcan offers high performance and guarantees very high accuracy and precision for its analysis results. For example, when analysing aluminium, it not only provides the commercial grade of aluminium but also its accurate chemical composition. As Vulcan is so simple to operate, possible user error has been significantly reduced if not almost completely eliminated, so the results obtained from analysis will be reliable and consistent. Designed to be rugged and durable, Vulcan is splash water and dust proof (IP54 certified). In addition, Vulcan’s measurement window is protected by strong sapphire glass, meaning no punctured detectors and no expensive repairs. The instrument has been designed to withstand harsh environments and is tough enough to be used in a scrapyard. In [...]
If you want a great shear baler and fast, we have now have available a new Roter RR550.6 shear baler with lifting legs. It is 50% complete - so it could be with you in a really short time, and it can be sold at a great price. The RR series shear/balers for scrap metal are easily one of the best solutions for compacting and shearing all types of steel and ferrous and not ferrous metals. They have a 550 tons cutting force and are available fixed and semi-mobile version. They are suitable for any yard and can be configured with several options in accordance with customer need. Roter shear/balers are equipped with a diesel motor and a radio remote control. The 7” colour Touch Screen panel allows the operator to control the parameters of the machine, and to plan the processing of scrap metal. Roter RR shear/balers series are equipped with auto shut-off security sequence which is activated in case of alarms or anomalies that may compromise the safety of the operator or of the machine. An alarms history database, and a working time database, are also available to enable planned maintenance. And as far as maintenance is concerned, all parts are easily reached giving quick and easy access. Roter has more than thirty years of experience in the production of equipment for earth moving such as tractors, excavators, and loaders. Based on this experience, Roter has created a new "Recycling" division, specialising in the production and sale of machines for scrap metal processing and metal waste. Roter machines are sold exclusively in the UK by McIntyre.
Analyse catalytic converters! Manufacturers of the X-MET8000 metal analyser, Oxford Instruments has just announced that it can now be calibrated to analyse catalytic converters, giving you an accurate identification/valuation of just what you are buying from the outset. The X-Met8000 is now be calibrated for the determination of palladium (Pd), platinum (Pt), and rhodium in spent automotive car catalysts. The “Car Catalyst” calibration is pre-loaded on the instrument so it is ready to use straight out of the box. This makes it absolutely ideal for the car dismantler or metal merchant dealing in scrap catalytic converters (and alsoA the perfect partner for one of our Catalytic Converter recycling systems). The X-Met8000 has many advantages including: Accurate alloy identification – With over 1600 alloys included, the X-MET8000 XRF analyser includes the most comprehensive set of grade libraries (AISI DIN, JIS, and GB) pre-installed - and of course it can analyse catalytic converters Easy to handle: The model is extremely light, compact and has an optional shield to prevent detector and X-ray tube damage when testing small components and sharp objects. Powerful data management – Store up to 100,000 results including spectra and sample image (with optional camera), share using Wifi and print via Bluetooth Easy-to-use – Intuitive, icon-driven user interface requiring minimal operator training, coupled with a customisable results screen for fast decision making, Only displays information that is important to you Low cost of ownership – The analyser is rugged with an IP54 rating (equivalent to NEMA3) for superior protection against dust and water Minimises downtime – Quick-swap analysis window and optional shield with no tools required to change if broken or dirty Maximises productivity – Up and running in seconds, and with 10-12 hours of battery life McIntyre is the [...]
We are happy to announce the sale of the largest Copex Lidex shear baler yet to be installed in the UK. The 1300 tonne model will be delivered in August 2016. Copex Lidex shear balers increase productivity by up to 25%. Specifically designed for the compacting and shearing of heavy and bulky scrap metal, the unique range of Lidex shear balers achieve high production levels at minimum possible operational cost. Copex Lidex shear balers are the first in the world able to operate fully automatically. They do everything from dropping scrap from the pre-load table into the compression box, through to the closing of the box. From pre-compression to producing the bale and final cutting – it’s all done in an automatic cycle. Lidex shear balers are available from 800 to 1700 tonne compression force, with box sizes of 6, 8 and 10 metres. Contact us with your requirement and we will help you to select the best combination for your application, and arrange for a demonstration. Why McIntyre have chosen to represent Copex Established since 1948, COPEX is an experienced manufacturer of hydraulic balers for the scrap metals recycling industry. The company installed its first 1000 tonne shear baler in 1975, followed closely by its first mobile scrap shear. Since then it has diversified into other industry areas, such as household waste and the nuclear industry. Always the innovator, Copex puts performance, robustness, flexibility, ease of operation, operational and maintenance safety, reduced running costs, and environmental compliance as its top priorities, which makes them our perfect industry partner. At McIntyre we recognise that a shear baler is an important and expensive purchase for your business, but buy a Copex machine and you will receive full logistic support, [...]