REDWAVE NIR/C is an optical sorting machine which can recognise and separate the material and the colour in only one sorting step. The illumination unit and the sensors are placed above the sorting belt.
REDWAVE CS sorting machines are used in glass processing to separate ceramics, stones, porcelain, metals, as well as false colours. REDWAVE CS is offered in modular units of 500 mm to 2,000 mm, and may therefore be adapted to the task to be performed. Their design allows an easy integration into existing systems.
REDWAVE NIR/C is an optical sorting machine which recognises and separates by material and colour in only one step.Different kinds of material such as colour printed and non-printed cardboard, catalogues, newspaper, magazines, and plastics can be identified by Near Infrared Technology. The colour sensors allow for further sorting, ...
REDWAVE NIR/C is an optical sorting machine, which can recognise and separate the material and the colour in only one sorting step. The illumination unit and the sensors are placed above the sorting belt.
Mistral+ is the result of a 4-year development involving over 30 engineers from Pellenc ST. Extensive feedback coming from our clients, our customer service team and our employees has been taken into account to design this piece of equipment.
The Green Eye optical sorting system was created by Peter Mendre. His optical sorting equipment has successfully identified and classified every type of material ever tested on it. “It sees everything!” Mendre says. The following materials have been identified and successfully sorted using optical sorting: plastic