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The sorters from the SORTEX A (Top Line) and B (Performance Line) ranges have been specifically designed for grain sorting and are suitable for sorting common wheat and durum wheat, corn, rye, oats, barley, sorghum, buckwheat and soy beans, sunflower and golden millet.
He added, "After gathering years of experience, Reemoon has now launched this completely new sorting machine.
The sorting method happens in a single line of code, but will be shown as six lines:
Being part of Tomra Sorting Solutions gives our customers access to technological synergies that exist across its food, recycling, mining and specialty products business streams.
As collection programs have moved beyond just PET and HDPE bottles, sorting a more varied mix of plastics is increasingly important to reduce contamination in bales and to enable more commodity plastics to be added to the recycled stream.
With this new sorting capability, there is no need for the operator to adjust thresholds to ensure in-bag quality meets the processor's grade standard.
The competitions provide benchmarks for data sorting and an interactive forum for researchers working to improve data sorting techniques.
Timber sorting was performed at a local sawmill in Port Alberni, BC, with the help of in-line NMI sorting equipment.
KWS says that by partnering with Redox, "we will be able to deliver complete sorting lines" that "will produce clean and marketable fractions of wood, metals, plastics, refuse derived fuels, soil and recycled aggregates.
These days, sorting on the conveyor line remains a grueling job that pays minimum wage.
Last year BRP carried out a sorting project at Skipton auction market which showed similar financial benefits.
A multiple baseline design across sets of words was employed to examine the effectiveness of a word sorting technique to improve John's spelling performance.
Without improvement in collection and sorting, export demand for recovered paper will increase the cost structure of U.
Simple sorting tasks and classification activities are part of the math or science curriculum in many early childhood programs.
In general, clustering procedures find similarities among data set items that form the basis for sorting them into a series of groups.