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ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY SAVING

Below is a list of materials and general indications on how to dispose of them.

METAL

• Aluminium

• Cast aluminium alloy

• Cast zamak

• Steel

• Brass

• Sintered bronze

These materials can be taken to a recycling plant as scrap.

PLASTIC

• POM - Acetal Polyoxymethylene Copolymer: Hostaform

®

and others

• PA - Polyamide polymer/Nylon: Grilamid, Durethaned, Zytel and others

• ABS - Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene polymer: Novodur and others

• PET - Polyester resin: Rynite

®

and others

• PPS - Poly-Phenylene Sulphide: Fortron

®

• PTFE - Polytetrefluoroethene

These materials can be taken to a recycling plant.

ELASTOMERS

• NBR

• Polyurethane

• FKM/FPM

Since they are only used in our products in small quantities, are greasy and, after long use,

are also covered in metal filings, these materials are not taken to a recycling plant but are classified

as

non-hazardous special waste.

OTHERS

• Magnets (neodymium, plastoferrite, plasto-neodymium)

• PC boards

• Magnetic sensors

• Coils (PA+steel+copper)

• Power cables (PA or PU + copper)

These materials, which are generally present in our products in small quantities, are classified as

non-hazardous special waste

and are normally accepted as

urban waste.

Large amount of power cables and coils can be

sold

as

scrap

to companies specialised in recycling power cables.

PACKAGING

• Cardboard

• Polyethylene bubble wrap – LDPE

• Polyethylene mesh – LDPE

• Clear or black polyethylene bags

These materials can be

fully recycable

and can be

taken to disposal centres

for paper and plastic.