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Optical sorter SORTEX A
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optical sorter
optical sorter
optical sorter
optical sorter
optical sorter
optical sorter
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Characteristics

Type
optical
Operational mode
automatic
Product applications
coffee, seed, for grain, nuts
Applications
for the food industry, for plastic recycling
Setting speed
continuous

Description

SORTEX A range of optical sorters The pinnacle of optical sorting. The Sortex A is an ATEX-compliant optical sorter for sorting grains, coffee, nuts, and plastics. It detects light or dark color defects and foreign materials. It is available in up to 5 chutes and with sorting throughputs of up to 14 tons per hour. Available in four variants - the SORTEX A, SORTEX A DualVision™, SORTEX A ColorVision™ InGaAs and SORTEX A MultiVision™, demonstrating a commitment to providing processors with dedicated customised options to sort unique and customer specific sorting requirements. Showcasing Bühler innovation with new advanced inspection and lighting systems, this state-of-the-art technology has a superior detection of subtle colours and foreign material. The SORTEX A range delivers an extraordinary performance for difficult applications such as reducing toxins from Grains, Seeds, Nuts, Coffee and other commodities as well as providing the finest quality end product to increase profitability. This SORTEX A range has been designed to meet the highly demanding standards of food safety and quality, and for non-food industries, to deliver maximum product purity for best value. The SORTEX A range benefits: Empowering sorting performance Ensuring consistent operation Optimising productivity, lowering cost of ownership Designed to suit all capacity requirements, the SORTEX A range is available from one to five modules in three frames sizes.

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