May 1, 2015 – Needham Ma – Officials at STET announced today that they have completed an agreement for the purchase and installation for a “dry” processing mineral separating unit with the French-based company, Imerys, a world leader in mineral-based specialty solutions….Download PDF
May 1, 2015 – Needham, Mass. – Officials at ST Equipment & Technology LLC (STET)
announced today that they have completed an agreement for the purchase and
installation for a “dry” processing mineral separating unit with the French-based
company, Imerys, a world leader in mineral-based specialty solutions.
STET develops and manufactures Triboelectrostatic separators for the fly ash and
“It’s a great honor to have the opportunity to partner with Imerys,” stated Mike Allen,
STET’s President. “This is a perfect example of how our beneficiation separators bring
added value. This innovative technology recovers valuable products from what was
once considered waste and lowers production costs.”
Allen went on to describe that the separating unit also contributes to the protection of
the environmental by utilizing an entirely “dry” technology, with low energy consumption
and no pre-treatment agents or chemicals.
STET’s innovative technology offers mineral processors several unique advantages
over traditional “wet” processes:
Imerys is the world leader in mineral-based specialty solutions for industry, with €3.7
billion revenue and 14,900 employees in 2014, Imerys provides the world with a unique
range of minerals that deliver essential applications that are critical to its customer’s
products and manufacturing processes. Imerys’ mineral products include functional
additives, process enablers and finished products, which contribute to the quality of a
great number of applications in consumer goods, industrial equipment and construction.
ST Equipment & Technology LLC (STET) is a developer and supplier of specialized
processing equipment for beneficiation of fine particle materials. Founded in 1989, ST
capitalized on proprietary technology to develop a unique, Triboelectrostatic belt
separator. Since then, the compact and easy to permit separator has beneficiated fine
materials within several industries. STET also conducts research and development,
including pilot testing of new materials and further development of the technology. STET
and its state of the art Engineering Center is headquartered in Needham, MA, USA.