Sesotec to debut sorting system at Fruit Logistica 2016
Sesotec will present its newly developed CAPTURA FLOW food sorting system at Fruit Logistica 2016. The system removes organic and inorganic contaminations from fresh, frozen, dried, cut, poured, and packed food products.
In the development of this system, Sesotec focused on quick and easy cleaning, and open design and disassembly without tools, the company said. Individual light and air-blast units make it possible to optimally match the system to the sorting task and simultaneously optimize energy and compressed-air consumption, according to a company press release.
The system removes contaminants and impurities such as glass, wood, cardboard, metals, plastics, stones, and also insects, rodents, etc. Products of incorrect color, shape, or with partial defects also are detected and separated.
“Depending on the type of food that should be sorted, the multi-sensor CAPTURA FLOW system can be flexibly adapted to the respective sorting requirements by combining various sensors,” Oliver Uhrmann, head of Sesotec’s Business Unit Sorting Food, said. “The modular design also allows sensor upgrades at any time.”
The CAPTURA FLOW sorting system will be on display in hall 7.1C at stand B-02 during Fruit Logistica. For more information, visit the Sesotec website.