sensor based sorting Companies

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  • Subcategory: Waste Separation ×

  • Keyword: sensor-based sorting ×

TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

based in Mülheim-Kärlich, GERMANY

For metals, plastics, paper or wood - TOMRA Sorting Solutions (TITECH) is a leading provider of sensor-based sorting systems, established in the market with over 25 recycling applications. To date, we count more than 4,400 TITECH sorters working successfully in 40 countries. Whatever you want to sort: Our know-how helps you to implement individual recycling solutions. All ...

TOMRA Sorting (CommodasUltrasort)

based in Wedel, GERMANY

CommodasUltrasort offers a variety of configurations for different ore sorting tasks and conditions. Sensor-based ore sorting machines from CommodasUltrasort make it possible to significantly increase the efficiency and lifetime of a mine and to make use of ore deposits that could not previously be mined economically. These robust ore sorting machines are built to be able ...

Visys Cleantech Sorting

based in Hasselt, BELGIUM

Visys sorting is a leading state-of-the-art provider of digital sensor-based optical sorters to the global recycling, industrial and material recovery industry. Our sorters cover laser optics, Near-infrared, color and metal sensing technologies, which find applications in the separation and purification of metal, plastic, glass, wood, WEEE, ASR and other recycling ...

Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

based in Greifensee, SWITZERLAND

Manufactures a complete line of pH, Redox, and dissolved oxygen systems including sensors, stationary and retractable housings, microprocessor-based transmitters, and conductivity and turbidity systems.

Redwave a Division of BT-Wolfgang Binder GmbH

based in Gleisdorf, AUSTRIA

In order to make an efficient use of increasingly scarce raw materials we are developing new opto-electronic recycling technologies called REDWAVE. The REDWAVE guarantees economic operation, high capacity and superior quality in the sorting technology. Advancement through technical progress. REDWAVE is your reliable partner for profitable solutions in the recycling and ...

EVK DI Kerschaggl GmbH

based in Raaba/Graz, AUSTRIA

EVK DI Kerschhaggl GmbH is one of the pioneers in the development and production of sensor based sorting systems for the Recycling, Mining, Food Processing and Pharmaceutical industries. Since its foundation in 1987, the company’s objective has been to develop innovative system solutions for effective grading and sorting of bulk material based on selected criteria. We ...

MSS, Inc.

based in Nashville, TENNESSEE (USA)

MSS, Inc. has been a world leader in automated optical sorting systems for plastics, paper, glass, metals, wood, electronic scrap and more for over 35 years. We provide the ultimate separation efficiency for your operation. With MSS optical sorting systems you will increase system efficiency and capacity to new levels, recover the highest quality and quantity products, ...

Protea Limited

based in Cheshire, UNITED KINGDOM

Protea is a UK-based instrument manufacture and systems builder specialising in spectroscopic gas analysis, using FTIR, TDLAS and QMS technologies amongst others. Our customer-focused analysis systems for process, emission and environmental monitoring can provide a solution for direct installation into a plant (such as CEM systems) or we can provide the analytical ...

PELLENC Selective Technologies

based in Pertuis Cedex 4, FRANCE

Pellenc ST has been designing and manufacturing optical sorting equipment for waste and recycling since 2001. With over 1,000 machines installed worldwide, our company is a recognised leader in this industry. Pellenc ST employs over 100 people and has a turnover of more than 20 million Euros. The technologies used to sort these materials are near infrared (NIR), middle ...

SEA srl

based in Imola BO, ITALY

SEA introduced the first prototype of opto-electronic sorting machine for rice on Italian market. The immediate success led SEA to approach new markets in Europe and to develop sorting machines for other applications, such as nuts, pulses and other dry food and non-food products.SEA company has become part of CIMBRIA A/S Danish industrial group of companies, having their ...

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