Wedel, Germany — Tomra Sorting will demonstrate the Autosort Flake’s newly enhanced next-generation sensor technology at the K 2016 in Düsseldorf. In addition to sorting plastics, the Autosort Flake also detects metal, and its twin-processing mode offers customers the best possible waste throughput together with a constant high-caliber output – all from one single machine.
Additionally to its impressive launch specifications, the Autosort Flake now incorporates the “Reflect” option. This feature allows the customer more flexibility to sort all types of polymers by type and color and can be upgraded with existing Autosort Flake systems.
Offering an array of high-quality plastic-sorting solutions, Tomra Sorting can cover a broad range of plastic materials, involving tasks such as separating colored and clear types of PET and HDPE plastics through to the sorting of other polymers like polypropylene and polystyrene, as well as PVC and PE foils. Depending on the individual case, the sorting process outcomes will deliver consistent results and outstanding high-end qualities of up to 99.99 percent.
Commenting upon what potential customers can expect from Tomra Sorting, Frédéric Durand, Segment Champion Plastics and Head of Tomra Sorting France said: “K-Show 2016 is the ideal platform for us to discuss any individual project, and the technology itself is just one important part of what makes a good sorting solution. Our intensive experience and knowledge of applications coupled with our comprehensive and integrated service approach offers our customers a practical, well-rounded package.”
Attended by the world’s broadest spectrum of international trade visitors and decision-makers, the K 2016 major exhibition is one of the industry’s largest events and takes place in Düsseldorf, Germany, from 19th to 26th October, 2016. The Tomra Sorting K-Show team can be found in Hall 11 at Stand F17 – where visitors can learn more about Tomra Sorting equipment, technologies and services and discuss any individual projects in which they are involved.
Source: Tomra Sorting GmbH