You want to optimize yield?
The world population is rising and the demand for seafood products is keeping pace. However, increasing pressure on prices demands greater efficiency. Moreover, the rules on food safety are being tightened worldwide and consumers have also become more demanding. The presence of foreign materials or inferior products is not only a matter of food safety - in times of growing competition, quality problems can be downright harmful to your reputation. At the same time, you want to limit your ecological footprint and deal as carefully as possible with what Mother Nature gives us. You want to be left with as much as possible from the 100 tons of potatoes and satisfy your customers and the customers of your customers, the consumer.
The Novus is available in different sizes. Its maximum scanning width of 2400 mm makes it the widest optical belt sorter on the market. The NOVUS may be used for many different applications: fresh, dried or frozen potato products, fruit and vegetables, crustaceans and shellfish, confectionery and nuts.
Most image processing algorithms reduce the RGBi signal of a colour camera from four to two dimensions. This may result in the loss of valuable information. All signals, both from the cameras and from the different lasers, are interpreted simultaneously by means of our algorithms, resulting in a more accurate detection of foreign objects and defects, plus a lower risk of false detections.
Accurate defect detection is pointless without an equally accurate ejection system. The distance between our air ducts, centre-to-centre is 7.5 mm instead of the usual 10 mm. Thus there are more ducts that are able to blow more effectively and that improves the ejection accuracy. There is also a high-resolution valve system with a centre-to-centre distance of 5 mm for specific applications. Optionally, also a double reject system is available resulting into a 3-way sort.
Why not use the data recorded by the cameras to adjust your sorting process where necessary? An optional module that filters data to parameters of your choice - length, shape, colour, defect level, etc. - and makes them available to your operators in a clear numerical or graphical way, so that they can intervene if desired. This module lays the basis for ‘sort to spec’.
Setting acceptance thresholds is often time-consuming and complex. This is not the case with Optimum Sorting systems. Your operators no longer have to work with graphs or formulae themselves. Our machines can easily be calibrated by selecting images of acceptable and unacceptable products.
Operating our sorting machines is child's play, thanks to an intuitive GUI. Your operators see all relevant information at a glance.
If you want to operate your sorting machines centrally, then no problem! Our solutions are easily integrated into your network, so that your operators and supervisors can keep an eye on things from any network computer.
Optimum Sorting systems are made from stainless steel and all components to be cleaned are easily accessible. This way hygiene is guaranteed and cleaning costs you hardly any time and effort.
Moreover our machines are designed in such a way that any contamination has no impact on the sorting. Furthermore, they excel in stability, which means that your sorting process requires virtually no manual intervention. You can switch from one product to another or from one specification to another with just one press of a button.
And finally, their sturdy construction offers you a maximum uptime with minimum maintenance.
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