The VENTUS may be equipped with up to 16 lasers (and 32 laser detectors). With an impressive laser scanning speed of more than 4000 scans per second, it offers the highest resolution of all laser sorters on the market. In addition, all different laser signals are processed simultaneously by our Multi Dimensional Laser System (MDL) system, which outperforms all other systems.
In order to get an excellent good-to-bad ratio even for the smallest products, you can equip it with a high-resolution valve system: ultra-fast and small blowing jets with a center-to-center distance of 4.6 mm.
The NEXUS is available in different scan widths, up to 1200 mm, and is equipped with durable and energy-efficient LED lighting that produces little heat.
The controlled, vibrating feed with sieve ensures that the products to be sorted are better distributed, allowing them to be analyzed more accurately and reducing the risk of false rejections. In addition, the sieve removes any small pieces and impurities - a form of pre-sorting.
By default, the NEXUS features four advanced high-resolution color cameras and smart, specialized algorithms for shape recognition, resulting in superlative defect detection and excellent good-to-bad ratio. Two optional RGBi cameras maximize sorting accuracy.
Do you want to sort even more accurately? Then choose a scan width of 1200 mm and use the DRS sorting mode (Defect Return System mode): the rejected products are put into a re-sorting stream and inspected for a second time. Any incorrectly rejected candy may then still be accepted.
The result: a naturally superior good-to-bad ratio and a higher yield.
Depending on the width and the application, it’s equipped with 3, 6 or 9 advanced high-resolution cameras for optimum defect detection which in combination with the high pitched ejectors result in an excellent good-to-bad ratio in the reject stream. Using the optional laser sensors (up to 8 laser signals) you can increase its defect detection and sorting accuracy even further.
But that’s not all: the FOCUS may be expanded with a unique camera configuration, specially developed for the sorting of french fries. The additional cameras are arranged in such a way that five of the six sides of each french fry are always shown perpendicularly. And thanks to smart use of IR lighting underneath the product flow, the measurements are not disturbed by possible discoloration or debris on the conveyor belt.
The result: a significant improvement in your sorting efficiency of the accepted products and better good-product-to-bad-product ratio in the reject stream.