Sorting & Inspection
With an increased demand for quality and exceeding the food safety standards, possessing the ability to inspect and sort seed, nuts, edible beans, rice and other food products, has never been more important.
While mechanical separation is still a reliable means to separate materials, the advancements of vision technology, x-ray technology, infrared technology, and even hyperspectral imaging, has allowed processing plants to now see, what once, was not possible.
Grain that has been impacted with mycotoxins and is not marketable, or nuts that have been sorted through every vision sorting system available but still have infractions that prevent them from meeting the highest export standards, can now be separated using new technology. This brings significant value and we are pleased to offer all of these technologies and more to you.
Cimbria color sorters for separating seeds, grains, foods and industrial products with incredible accuracy and unmatched capacity. Multiple camera technologies available in one machine to easily handle most complex color sorting applications.
Bratney Manufacturing robotic pick and sort systems utilize hyperspectral images to detect infractions in nuts not visible to the human eye or even RBG cameras. Increase capacity and quality while decreasing cost.
BoMill's patented grain quality sorter will analyze each kernel in a batch of grain and sort into certified fractions by protein percentage, kernel hardness, or by segregating fusarium (Mycotoxin, Vomitoxin, or DON) damaged kernels to bring the highest value for your grain.