TOMRA Sorting leverages near-infrared technology across a range of specialised products to increase revenues and reduce costs and the impact on the environment.
The near-infrared technology is ideal for packaging, municipal solid waste, thermoplastics, paper, commercial and industrial and construction and demolition waste, organic waste, refuse-derived fuel, bulky waste, wood and thermoplastics.
In particular the introduction of the laser object detection (LOD) now allows for sorting materials with no specific infrared signals.
Laser object detection sensors use a 3D laser system to physically detect items the spectrometer can’t detect. This now allows considerably improved removal of contaminants from various product streams.
Its multifunctional Autosort has been upgraded to include a user-friendly touchscreen to allow users to access various sorting programs.
Available through Australian supplier Cemac technologies, the company also offers select TOMRA technology to suit each application.
TOMRA Sorting’s Autosort flake combines colour detection with enhanced material and metal objects simultaneously to offer better purity and yield with the one machine.
Its Autosort fines was built to sort small fractions across multiple applications with a wider mechanical setup.
TOMRA Sorting’s Finder is able to target metal objects using patented z-tect technology which leverages artificial intelligence to detect and ignore disturbing noise and lead to a stable purity and high yield.