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Container tilter manufacturer scoops top A-Ward

The world's leading manufacturer of container tilters, container loader and container unloaders, A-Ward, have scooped a number of honours at New Zealand's premier business awards. A-Ward beat some impressive competition, taking top honours at the Westpac Auckland Business Awards in the categories of 'Excellence in Exporting' and 'Excellence in Innovation' - before going on to take the top Supreme Overall Winner. All of us at McIntyre would like to congratulate Simon Ward and his team who have experienced significant global growth in recent years. This growth results from their ongoing commitment to quality and innovation - and, of course, being represented in the UK by McIntyre. There is no doubt that A-Wards container tilters, loaders and unloaders are the best on the market for maximising the amount of material which can be shipped in an export container. Their patented products have transformed business performance for thousands of companies across the globe. A-Ward have recently supplied their state of the art equipment to Coca Cola in the USA, Toyota in Japan, a Heinekin brewery in Congo - and several scrap yards in the UK! We look forward to our continuing relationship with A-Ward, and in order to reduce lead times on these superb products, have just taken delivery of a new container tilter which can be dispatched immediately from stock. For further information on A-Ward's product range see our own pages here, or view their website

By |2018-04-23T14:11:35+01:00November 7th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Introducing the latest in handheld XRF metal analysers

McIntyre is now able to offer you the latest in hand-held X-Ray metal analysers in association with leading instrument manufacturers Oxford Instruments.    X-MET8000 is a light, rugged and accurate XRF metal analyser designed to sort scrap fast and help you maximise your profits.  Offering rapid on-site alloy identification and chemistry of most commercial alloys including aluminium, titanium, bronze and high temperature materials.  In fact X-MET has the largest grade library, with over 1600 alloys.  It is able to quantify tramp and penalty elements,  and most importantly can be used in the toughest environments.  X-MET800  is easy to use with proven "point and shoot" simplicity requiring minimal operator training.  Its large colour touchscreen gives excellent results visibility even in direct sunlight. Designed with scrap yards in mind, no tool is required to change the analysis window when broken or dirty.  The results screen can also be customised to suit your own operation allowing you to display the information that is important to your business for example alloy grade, elemental composition, pass/fail messages, or elements listed in your chosen order.  Extremely compact and balanced, so your operators will love you, the X-MET can be provided with an optional shield to prevent detector and X-ray tube damage when testing small components and sharp objects.  Small sample sizes can be tested, such as turnings, wires down to 1mm diameter, fasteners and chips.  X-MET can also be calibrated to handle the dust from catalytic converters. McIntyre also supplies the Oxford Instruments' mPulse hand held laser metals analyser for fast metal sorting - which makes us the only company currently able to offer a complete analysis solution to the UK metals recycling industry.

By |2014-11-07T16:15:52+01:00November 7th, 2014|News|0 Comments

See McIntyre recycling equipment at RWM

Be amongst the first to view our new McIntyre re-brand together with the latest in recycling equipment at this year's RWM (2014) stand 5S20-T21 from 16th to 18th September in Birmingham. The McIntyre stand at RWM will provide the launch site for the new Matrix 150 Easy cable granulation system, for example, which is being shown for the first time in the UK. This system is able to process up to 300kg an hour of all cable types when operated with a shredder. It has a new blade configuration which results in higher production rates at less cost, longer life, less maintenance and a reduced need for spare parts. The door is sound-proofed to reduce noise and the cutting chamber is equipped with anti-wear plates. Also new is the Wagner WS30 hard drive shredder, a double shaft shredder which has the ability to process 400 to 500kg an hour of hard drives. It completely destroys hard drives, ensuring that data is unrecoverable. It can also be used for destroying other data devices such as CDs and DVDs, plus general WEEE. Importantly, the machine can easily be transported. This removes the need to take hard drives off-site, which further aids data security. Another top attraction will be the latest upgrade of the McIntyre catalytic converter guillotine. The system is already admired for its durability and the rate at which it processes and recycles catalytic converters. Now, McIntyre further enhances its safety features with the addition of an innovative hands-free opening system. The guillotine’s previous design had prevented operators from accessing the cutting blade. With this new version, McIntyre has also made the process of opening the catalytic converters after cutting hands-free, making this the safest equipment [...]

By |2018-04-23T14:11:35+01:00September 8th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Cars 2014 car recycling expo – and the sun came out in Doncaster

We went prepared for rain but it was sunny in Doncaster for the 2014 Cars Expo. Motorhog provided a fantastic venue, allowing us to demonstrate all of our machinery in action. It makes such a change to see metal processing and car depollution machinery actually working, rather than looking pretty on a static stand. The new SAS Forks engine puller caused quite a stir - ripping out engines from cars in seconds, despite our rather unpracticed JCB driver. Once the engines were removed they were loaded directly into a JMC engine breaker which cracks and separates the engines into their component parts. Also on show was the new JMC catalytic converter guillotine which provides a safe method of recovering the valuable dust from catalytic converters. The MG car loom granulator looked impressive, producing clean copper granules from car looms - although we failed to process all of the 17 tonnes of car looms somewhat hopefully provided for us by Motorhog. The Vortex car depollution stand, tower and mobile fuel tool all sold, car lifts and fuel extraction systems all sold at the show. Tyres were processed on a McIntyre 600 tyre and radiator cutter, and also via a Vortex wheel popper which removes them from steel and alloy wheels. We also demonstrated the versatility of the JMC Metal-i-can multipurpose metal baler as it might light work of oil filters and radiators. All in all a great show, well worth a visit for both scrap metal and car recyclers. If you missed it and would like to know more about our car recycling equipment, or receive our show brochure please contact us.

By |2014-09-30T15:50:42+01:00June 12th, 2014|News|0 Comments