In 2016, Quebec Wild Blueberries purchased a VERYX digital sorter from Key Technology. Replacing an existing laser sorter, VERYX more accurately removes defects and foreign material from the product stream.
Used for sorting fresh, frozen and dried vegetables, processed potato products and nuts, the Key Technology VERYX digital sorting platform is a suite of belt- and chute-fed sorters that share a common user interface.
Bühler SORTEX A and SORTEX B optical sorting machines are designed to improve yield, performance and product quality for the optical sorting of dry commodities including nuts, seeds, pulses, grain and coffee.
Providing automated, secure identification, sorting and targeting of items, the CSB-Eyedentifier unit uses image analysis to check and enter the relevant details during the production and packing process.
Used with diced and small fruits and vegetables, the TOMRA Iris II optical sorting system uses top and bottom sensor banks to view each object “in flight” with a combination of LED illumination in the visible and near infra-red spectral zones.
Used in warehouse or distribution center areas, such as receiving, order fulfillment, consolidation and shipping, the Dematic FlexSort SL2 sliding shoe sorter has Web-enabled modular software and distributed controls