TOMRA Food, Compac and BBC Technologies show new and state-of-art sorting

18 październik 2019
TOMRA exhibits the TOMRA 5A, its avant-garde model for potato sorting. Compac’s new UltraView inspection module maximizes Spectrim’s grading performance. And BBC Technologies introduces LUCAi™ software, bringing sophisticated artificial intelligence to fresh blueberry sorting.
TOMRA Food has a strong presence at PMA this year with a state-of-the-art sorting machine and two innovative new products. The Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit, held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Orange County, California, is the largest in the Western Hemisphere for the fresh produce and floral industries. Approximately 19,000 people from more than 60 nations are expected to visit the three-day event (October 17-19).
TOMRA Food is displaying its state-of-the-art TOMRA 5A sorting machine for potato processing. This achieves an unrivalled 98% removal rate of foreign objects, ejecting from the infeed belt unwanted materials such as stones, corn cobs and roots, wood, glass, plastics, golf balls and metals.
Compac is unveiling UltraView, a new inspection module that integrates with the Spectrim cabinet to maximize grading performance. The only solution of its kind for boosting detection of stem bowl and tip defects in fruit, this will increase line efficiency for various types of fresh produce such as apples, lemons, stone fruit, kiwifruit, and avocados.
BBC Technologies is launching LUCAi™, new artificial intelligence software for grading blueberries which can be easily retrofitted to their KAT0260 for better classifications and more refined sorting. This improves sensitivity to subtle fruit defects, such as dehydration, bruising, and early anthracnose.

Press releases: TOMRA Sorting NV

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