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 has solutions for sorting green coffee beans and roasted coffee. TOMRA applies state of the art laser technology to sort coffee beans and remove all foreign material including sticks, stones, and discolorations that may impact product quality. The structural and biological composition, as well as moisture and toxicity information, are analyzed at the speed of light as they pass through the laser.
Roasted coffee beans
Green coffee beans
Sorting coffee beans with TOMRA's sorting equipment
Defects in coffee beans
Foreign material in coffee beans
Foreign material in roasted coffee beans
Working principle coffee sorting with TOMRA's Helius sorter
The Helius™ free-fall sorting machine provides an optical sorting solution for a wide variety of food applications. The TOMRA Helius™ P sorter specializes in sorting free-flowing dry products such as seeds, rice, nuts, grains, etc.
By implementing the latest x-ray and imaging technology, metal, stones, pits, glass, high-density plastics, etc. are removed from the food.
The Nimbus free-fall sorting machine is the answer to the food industry’s continuously high requirements and individual processors.
Our sorting machines and integrated post-harvest solutions are used all over the world. Don't just take our word for it. Hear what our customers have to say and read some of their testimonials to discover how our technology is driving food safety, profitability and sustainability.
TOMRA Food develops the world's most advanced grading, sorting, peeling, and analytical technology. Food growers, packers, and processors around the world use TOMRA machines to sort a variety of fresh whole products and processed food to maximize output and minimize waste.
Complete customer satisfaction with service and support provided around the world 365 days per year.