High-performance, state-of-the-art hardware components enable the analytical processing of the flood of data from the spectroscopic measurements even at the highest possible spatial resolution. Furthermore, the spectral measurements are not simply compared with known patterns. The specially developed algorithms not only classify the standard plastics, but can also be adapted to tackle more difficult tasks.
The high-resolution NIR camera technology is suitable for an extremely wide range of applications. Whether it’s sorting packaging, substitute fuels or plastics from electric or electronic scrap, the new system offers the right solution. In addition to special routines for image processing, a wide range of nozzle powers are also available, enabling optimal matching to the material to be sorted.
From the operator’s point of view, the new generation units appear compact with clear and easy operation via touchscreen – easy to operate and maintain.
The compact units contain the sensor technology along with all of the power supply, control and operator modules, and are extremely easy to assemble. Nozzle bars, separating vertex, belt monitoring and other connections such as an Ethernet port for a master control and remote maintenance are available as connector sockets. The new UniSort PR is the step into a new generation of NIR sorting equipment which will increasingly come to replace scanning systems. Powerful, user-friendly, compact and flexible in application – these are the distinguishing features of the new systems.