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"Our new sorter has doubled our throughput without increasing our labor, [and] at the same time, we're exceeding our high expectations for defect removal accuracy."
Retailers get 15 bags (each weighing 50 kg) of sorter rice each week.
As a global representative small and medium-sized banknote sorter company, Japanese GLORY has been repeatedly shortlisted for biddings held by head offices of domestic Chinese banks in China.
"We are delighted with the performance of the new sorter. We get a high yield first time, every time--so there is no need for resorting," said Ference.
These technologies are complemented by Hytrol's sortation offerings, the ProSort 400 Elite series high speed shoe sorter, as well as the ProSort MRT series narrow belt sorter.
In tests in his laboratory at the USDA-ARS Center for Grain and Animal Health Research in Manhattan, Kan., Pearson showed that the sorter can help wheat breeders by differentiating kernels of hard red wheat from kernels of hard white winter wheat with 98.6 percent accuracy.
The sorter was accurate 94 percent of the time in detecting yellow flax seeds from brown ones in Pearson's tests.
Optyx sorters also feature an intuitive, easy-to-use touchscreen user interface.
BORDEAUX, France: A topsy-turvy growing season, which zigzagged from drought to hail to heat wave, produced a distressingly mixed crop in Bordeaux this year -- but gave optical grape sorters a chance to shine.
The optical sorter photographed the berries and extraneous debris as they moved towards the ejection jets located at the end of the rope conveyor.
Be clear from the outset about what you wish a sorter project to accomplish.
In 2005, the $18 billion credit union installed coin sorters at its 225 branches across North Carolina.