Highest Sorting Quality at Maximum Throughput with MSort NIR
Using reliable HSI (High Spectral Imaging) near-infrared technology, the MSort NIR sorting machine effectively separates bulk materials with the same optical appearance but different chemical compositions in fractions of a second. The MSort NIR is the solution when optical sorting is no longer feasible. It is particularly suitable for plastics, glass and minerals.
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Molecules vibrated by electromagnetic radiation in the near-infrared (NIR) range of 900-1700 nm are uniquely identified by an HSI near-infrared spectroscopy.
Bulk material passes the NIR camera in free fall, which detects and clearly identifies up to 10,000 objects per second. Special software evaluates the captured image information and decides in milliseconds whether the detected object should be sorted out or retained. The pieces are blown out by compressed air pulses and classified as out or in through a special nozzle bar in combination with high-speed valves. Using the highest industry standards, sorting efficiency can be up to 99% in one sorting step.
High Performance: Highest throughput per working width currently available on the market. Complex HSI evaluation in the millisecond range.
Robust Design: Compact and industrially applicable version for 24/7 operation.
Minimal Process Costs: Low compressed air consumption leads to lowest operating costs.
Maximum Plant Availability: Proven Mogensen quality with a commitment to continuous development ensures stable performance with the lowest maintenance requirements.
Maximum Flexibility: Direct integration into customer process control systems means no additional controls needed.