In particular silver recovery units can prove to be an excellent investment and quickly return the initial outlay due to the high grade silver recovered.
Generally we would recommend the RU4 and ARU units for use with black and white fixer and x - ray machines (both medical and from the non destructive testing industry), while the excellent Metafix Micro E Control unit would be the silver recovery unit to use with waste photographic chemicals such as bleach fixer.
This piece of equipment is the most advanced, easy-to operate, and attractive effluent management / silver recovery system on the market today
All of our silver recovery equipment will ensure silver concentrations are down to less than one part per million following treatment. This will ensure chemical waste disposal levels will meet the most stringent parameters set by local water boards.
With added fixer reduction and silver recovery systems with new state of the art engineering, these systems offer both environmental and economic benefits.
This piece of equipment is a semi-automatic silver recovery unit for low volume applications delivering fixer solutions.
This silver recovery unit automatically controls and optimises plating current as the silver concentration varies in the fixer solution.
This silver recovery unit features state of the art microprocessor controls, digital display and keypad for easy information storage.
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If so All Waste Matters can supply and install a fully automated on-site Silver recovery and photographic waste treatment facility. Find out more about The Micro e-Control lab.
Initial outlay for Micro e-Control lab can often be recouped inside 12 months due to high silver recovery returns and the saving on chemical collections.
In addition photo shops fitted with the Micro e-Control can now be registered as exempt under the Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005 act due to less hazardous waste being collected.