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  • Updates from Bunting Magnetics

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  • Bunting demonstrates technology at POWTECH 2013
    Bunting Magnetics Co. — producer of precision magnetic products for the worldwide recycling, food, printing, automobile, plastics and electronics industries — showed its line of magnetic separation and material handling equipment at POWTECH 2013, in Nürnberg, Germany, April 23-25, on stand 4-457.
    The exhibit included stock products Bunting offers worldwide, in addition to Bunting technical experts ready to assist in designing bespoke devices for unusual or particularly demanding applications.
    Commenting on the exhibition, Bunting Magnetics Europe General Sales Manager Clive Wright said: “Bunting Magnetics Europe sales specialists will be at the show to personally assist attendees with applying the Bunting magnetic technology to unique problems. In addition, Bunting personnel will be on the stand to familiarize showgoers with the many products and services Bunting offers.”
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    Magnet Applications announces ITAR, DFARS compliance
    Magnet Applications, a subsidiary of Bunting Magnetics Co., has announced its facility in DuBois, Pa., is formally registered with the U.S. Department of State, Defense Directorate of Trade Control, under the rules set forth by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations.
    The registration is complemented by an ITAR compliance program at the facility, which is also compliant with the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement.
    Announcing the ITAR and DFARS compliance, Magnet Applications General Manager Pete Lipetzky commented: “As a premier supplier of high technology magnetic material and assemblies, we increasingly find our products being used in defense and other sensitive applications. In response to the requirements of our military and aerospace customers, Magnet Applications has completed a rigorous program which guarantees that sensitive information about our products is properly protected.”
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    Bunting discontinues flexible die product line
    Bunting Magnetics Co. has announced it has discontinued its flexible die product line and will no longer accept orders for flexible dies. The company continues to provide its complete line of world-renowned magnetic cylinders to the industry.
    Announcing the change, Bunting Magnetics Co. President Robert J. Bunting said: “Although Bunting flex dies were well accepted in the worldwide digital converting market, we have decided to focus our attention on the Bunting Xtreme line of magnetic cylinders for the printing and die cutting industry, and magnetic decorating cylinders for the dry offset printing industry. Most employees in the flexible die division have been reassigned to other positions in the company.”
    For more than 50 years, Bunting Magnetics Co. has developed and manufactured precision magnetic products for the worldwide printing, automobile, metal stamping, plastics, food and beverage, feed and grain, powder and bulk, electronics and recycling industries.
    Bunting Magnetics Co. also supplies printers around the world with magnetic die cutting cylinders, two-piece can printing cylinders, and corrugated carton printing cylinders. Bunting magnetic cylinders are manufactured in Newton. For additional information, call 284-2020 or log on to buntingmagnetics.com.
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