TOMRA’s advanced sorting machines inspect millions of individual product pieces per hour, typically recovering five to ten percent higher yields while providing superior utilization or resources.
That’s equivalent to approximately 25,000 trucks worth of potatoes per year!
TOMRA Sorting has a solution for sorting cranberries. TOMRA’s cranberry sorters detect rot, bruised, discolored fruit and foreign materials in fresh or frozen cranberries, as well as soft fruit and poppers in fresh cranberries.
From sweetened dried cranberries TOMRA’s sorting machines reject burnt fruit and all types of foreign material.
TOMRA’s food sorting solutions boost throughput and availability while at the same time increasing yield, quality and food safety.
The Helius™ free-fall sorting machine provides an optical sorting solution for a huge amount of food applications. Dry product processors benefit from TOMRA's Helius™ P sorter, specialised in sorting free flowing dry products such as seeds, rice, nuts, grains and many more.
By implementing the latest x-ray and imaging software technology, metal, stones, pits, glass, high density plastics, etc. from food is removed.
With a combination of various sorting technologies, the Nimbus free fall sorting machine is the answer to the continuously high requirements of the food industry and individual processors.
Our sorting, peeling, and process analytics machines are used all over the world but don't just take our word for it. Listen to what TOMRA customers have to say in their testimonials about their increased product reliability and quality while they are also optimizing resources to minimize waste.
TOMRA Food offers the widest range of sensor-based food sorting machines available in the food industry today.
From farm to fork, TOMRA offers sorting equipment for a multitude of food applications. Whether its fresh whole products or processed food, our sorters maximize output and minimize waste so you can stay consistent and profitable.
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