Grain sorter SORTEX S UltraVision

grain sorter
grain sorter
grain sorter
grain sorter
grain sorter
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grain, rice
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SORTEX S UltraVision an Intelligent optical sorting for rice. Our optical sorters can remove any kind of defects from your rice products, from grey, pale, yellow, red, bran streaks, peck, black tips, immature, rotten grains, white belly and chalky defects. The SORTEX S range is the most technologically advanced, intelligent optical sorter available for rice today, demonstrating a total commitment to providing the ultimate solution to rice processor who refuse to compromise. Our technology - Innovative features for the ultimate sorting performance. Intelligent individual defect detection: A combination of an all-new inspection system including cameras, lighting and detection software to detect the most subtle colour and rice defects. Pinpoint accuracy with Crosshair Targeting technology: Accurately targets and ejects defects while reducing the loss of good grains in the reject stream - reliably performing even during very high sorting capabilities. Enhanced lighting with Multi-Chromatic 'Ultra' Cameras: Unique to Bühler, specifically designed to enhance defect detection in rice to accentuate the difference between grain colours - to separate these into different classes of defects. Enhanced defect detection with Textured LED Lighting: A breakthrough design in lighting texture that helps the multi-chromatic ‘Ultra’ cameras to successfully differentiate different grains, while simultaneously enhancing the more difficult to detect defects. Textured LED Lighting™ has an exceptional life-span, low power consumption and its modular form allows for easier servicing.


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