tomra reports increased interest in sorting technology

TOMRA Sorting Recycling reports increased interest in

Tougher new regulations and consumer concerns are reflected in enquiries received at the leading trade fair for environmental technologies TOMRA Sorting Recycling experienced high levels of interest in its sensor-based sorting technologies at IFAT 2018 the world's leading trade fair for environmental technologies which concluded on 18 May The five-day event at Messe Munchen Germany

MEI Blog: Report on Physical Separation '19

Jun 09 2019The technology can create an extremely high purity level in the sorted materials irrespectively of size moisture or contamination In recent years TOMRA has gained much experience applying this technology in the recycling industry and on various minerals and ores The sorting performance and the feed capacity have increased considerably

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Sensor-based sorting is an umbrella term for all applications where particles are singularly detected by a sensor technique and rejected by an amplified mechanical hydraulic or pneumatic process The technique is generally applied in the three industries mining recycling and food processing and used in the particle size range between 0 5 and 300 mm (0 020 and 11 811 in)

TOMRA launches AUTOSORT line including robotic technology

Based on positive feedback received from delegates TOMRA Sorting anticipates high levels of interest in the most advanced model of its new generation AUTOSORT system The ultra-compact highly versatile sensor-based sorting system can be used across a vast range of material sorting applications

GET READY FOR BIG DATA: TOMRA INTRODUCES DEEP

TOMRA Sorting Recycling launches GAIN a deep learning-based sorting technology that further enhances the performance of its industry-leading sensor-based sorting machines Rather than adding a new machine or line at the plant TOMRA's new GAIN technology is an add-on option for the company's AUTOSORT machines lowering the investment to

TOMRA's Revenues Record $710m

Almost 45 years later TOMRA noted record revenues of approximately €710m in 2016 with 90 000 systems installed in more than 80 markets worldwide TOMRA's sensor-based solutions are used today in reverse vending recycling mining and food sorting Recycling applications include numerous waste streams and metals

TOMRA SORTING SOLUTIONS REPORTS RAFT OF NEW ORDERS

TOMRA Sorting Solutions a part of the publicly listed TOMRA Systems ASA is a pioneer in sensor-based sorting solutions The experience gained from more than 10 000 installed systems in the recycling food processing and the mining industry plus the experience from 10 test facilities around the world have led to significant advances in

Sorting the Plastic Recycling Problem

Oct 08 2018As Smurfit Kappa's Arco Berkenbosch has observed a key to the success of paper recycling is the fact that everything from corrugated board to newspapers can go into the same stream Simplicity for the consumer is crucial to a high collection rate Given the multiplicity of polymers used in packaging raising recycling rates based on a single collection stream depends on solving the

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One company that has witnessed this increase in interest is TOMRA Sorting Mining The Germany-based firm known to miners for providing high-tech sorting solutions including X-ray Transmission (XRT) technology has received many enquiries since lockdowns were established across the globe in March and April according to Jens-Michael Bergmann

Business Scoop TOMRA acquires NZ Sorting Machine

Oct 12 2016TOMRA Sorting Food designs and manufactures sensor-based sorting machines for the food industry Over 5 900 systems are installed at food growers packers and processors worldwide The company provides high-performance optical sorters graders peeling and process analytics systems for nuts and seeds dried fruits potato products fruits

TOMRA's Revenues Record $710m

Almost 45 years later TOMRA noted record revenues of approximately €710m in 2016 with 90 000 systems installed in more than 80 markets worldwide TOMRA's sensor-based solutions are used today in reverse vending recycling mining and food sorting Recycling applications include numerous waste streams and metals

IFAT: Tomra shows wide range of technologies

To help attendees get the most from Tomra's presence at IFAT 2018 the company is inviting visits beforehand to its online event preview page There are four options: setting-up a meeting with a Tomra Sales Expert reserve a space at one of the four Tomra Leads future-oriented presentations submit an entry to the company's InPulse Award which offers a prize for the best innovation idea

MEI Blog: Report on Physical Separation '19

Jun 09 2019The technology can create an extremely high purity level in the sorted materials irrespectively of size moisture or contamination In recent years TOMRA has gained much experience applying this technology in the recycling industry and on various minerals and ores The sorting performance and the feed capacity have increased considerably

TOMRA Sorting Food

TOMRA Sorting Food designs and manufactures sensor-based sorting machines for the food industry Over 6 250 systems are installed at food growers packers and processors worldwide The company provides high-performance optical sorters graders peeling and process analytics systems for nuts grains and seeds dried fruit potato products fruits vegetables tobacco meat and seafood The

MEI Blog: Is Ore Sorting set to replace Dense Medium

Jul 08 2018The ore sorting equipment provided by TOMRA is expected to increase annual tin production at Renison by 15-20% the TOMRA X-Ray transmission ore sorter expected to reject an estimated 200 000 t/y of waste at the crushing stage upgrading the ore before the processing plant

TOMRA Food introduces new sorting machine for potatoes

TOMRA Food has introduced the TOMRA 3A sensor-based sorting machine for freshly harvested root crops offering potato growers unrivalled sorting capabilities dependability and affordability The TOMRA 3A replaces the FPS (Field Potato Sorter) machine with which TOMRA first entered this specialised sector seven years ago and has been developed in light of customer feedback and

MEI Blog: Report on Physical Separation '19

Jun 09 2019The technology can create an extremely high purity level in the sorted materials irrespectively of size moisture or contamination In recent years TOMRA has gained much experience applying this technology in the recycling industry and on various minerals and ores The sorting performance and the feed capacity have increased considerably

GET READY FOR BIG DATA: TOMRA INTRODUCES DEEP

TOMRA Sorting Recycling launches GAIN a deep learning-based sorting technology that further enhances the performance of its industry-leading sensor-based sorting machines Rather than adding a new machine or line at the plant TOMRA's new GAIN technology is an add-on option for the company's AUTOSORT machines lowering the investment to

Tomra Sorting Recycling leading through and beyond COVID

Tomra Sorting Recycling encourages customers and potential customers to test their own material in one of its Test Centers together with experienced engineers and sales consultants Although the current situation is challenging Tomra continues to serve its customers' needs and keeps its

Return and Earn rolls out across New South Wales

(This press release was published by the NSW Environment Protection Agency in Australia on 1 December 2017 ) New South Wales Australia: People returning eligible containers at reverse vending machines will have the option for an electronic transfer using PayPal a cash refund or an in-store credit at a local retail partner and an option to donate it to selected charities

Sorting the Plastic Recycling Problem

Oct 08 2018As Smurfit Kappa's Arco Berkenbosch has observed a key to the success of paper recycling is the fact that everything from corrugated board to newspapers can go into the same stream Simplicity for the consumer is crucial to a high collection rate Given the multiplicity of polymers used in packaging raising recycling rates based on a single collection stream depends on solving the

Tomra optimistic about new product launches

Jul 08 2020Houlihan Lokey Los Angeles in conjunction with L E K Consulting Boston released their joint Environmental Services Outlook for Summer 2020 July 6 The report examines five sectors within the environmental services market including waste and recycling special waste services environmental consulting and remediation response and restoration and industrial in-plant services

MEI Blog: Is Ore Sorting set to replace Dense Medium

Jul 08 2018The ore sorting equipment provided by TOMRA is expected to increase annual tin production at Renison by 15-20% the TOMRA X-Ray transmission ore sorter expected to reject an estimated 200 000 t/y of waste at the crushing stage upgrading the ore before the processing plant