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18.12.2017 High-capacity digital sorter

Key Technology, Walla Walla, WA – and with European offices in Beusichem, the Netherlands, and in Hasselt, Belgium – has introduced the highest capacity digital sorter in the food processing industry: the new VERYX® B210. With an inspection area over 2m wide, the belt-fed machine maximises throughput on high-capacity lines. Like all sorters in the VERYX family, the B210 features advanced detection technology and an innovative system architecture that improve sorting accuracy. Recognising objects’ colour, size, shape and/or structural properties, these sorters remove foreign material (FM) and product defects to improve product quality while virtually eliminating false rejects to increase yields. 
Featuring a 2100mm wide inspection zone, VERYX B210 offers a production capacity in excess of 23t/h, depending on the application. “In many food processing plants, there is a trend toward new, higher capacity production lines, as well as efforts to maximise throughput on existing line installations. Our VERYX B210 supports both of these scenarios. In some layouts, the B210 is capable of replacing two smaller capacity sorters to make the line flow more efficient,” said Marco Azzaretti, advanced inspection systems product manager at Key. 
The VERYX B210 complements Key’s other belt- and chute-fed VERYX sorters of various widths, enabling the VERYX family to meet the needs of production lines at any capacity requirement. The B210 and other belt-fed VERYX sorters are well suited for wet and frozen potato strips and specialty potato products as well as fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, leafy greens, potato chips and other snack foods, confections, seafood and more. Chute-fed VERYX sorters can also be used for sorting nuts, dried fruits, IQF products and other free-flowing and bulk particulate foods.
VERYX B210 digital sorter for foodstuffs 

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