Key Technology Introduces Hyperspectral Sorter

Key Technology introduces the Veryx BioPrint digital sorter that can combine NIR hyperspectral detection with color cameras.

Powder Bulk Solids Staff

October 28, 2020

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Key Technology introduces the Veryx BioPrint digital sorter that can combine near infrared (NIR) hyperspectral detection with color cameras.

Veryx BioPrint analyzes a richer set of data about the materials it is sorting to improve detection performance and maximize process yield. The C140 sorter for nuts removes shells, foreign material, and product defects, as well as shape sorts and color grades to maximize product quality while virtually eliminating false rejects.

Sorting walnuts, almonds, pistachios, cashews, and other nuts, Veryx BioPrint removes shells, rocks, sticks, glass, plastics, moisture-related defects, insect and other surface damage, rot, mold, and more, while color grading and shape sorting to meet even the most stringent product quality specifications. 

Veryx BioPrint C140 can be equipped with front- and rear-mounted hyperspectral imaging sensors for all-sided inspection of each object in the product stream. It can be configured with color cameras and Key’s new Bio Fusion detection technology, which fuses information from both sensor types to uniquely identify and remove a wide range of foreign materials and defects from the product stream.

Key Technology, Walla Walla, WA 509-529-2161

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