Sense2Sort are entering recycling plants all the time and all over the world. It is always a moment in which they smell this typical scent of recyclables, which – do not ask why – they like. It tells so many stories and it provokes pictures in their heads.
Pictures of time passing by and plant processes getting better and better and more complex. The complexity of material handling operations has come to a point where technological advancement cannot simply be added like one used to do. Just add another sorter to the line. No way, this is over! Nowadays, we can analyze a particles` composition in quite another dimension, regardless of surface, color, or material type. Applying automated spectroscopy, we can „see“ the particles atomic elements or molecules, respectively and we can sort at a precision and throughput that is incredible.
Now I can tell you: We would love to do nothing else but perfectionize plant processes and arrange the right technology in the most effective manner and get the maximum output with the least of effort for our customers. It is a passion we live. A passion that has been nurtured over decades gathering information and seeing and creating innovative solutions made for recycling businesses.
Ever thought of exchanging „old“ sensor sorters for modern tools? Like XRF and LIBS technology? Replacing manual sorting by robots? Wow, that is fun. Topping it all, how about simplifying the whole process and shredding less? Saving energy? Saving compressed air. Just for a moment reflect on this.
Sense2Sort are coming from the technology side of the bridge. Knowing it all about material identification and sorting. How do you think the best modern sorting line would look like?
And how many entrepreneurs have the courage to realize just the best and most simple plant design regardless of what their competitors do? Sorting makes Sense! email@example.com
Call Sense2Sort if you are that one with vision and guts, and ask us about our ideas of the future of Recycling! Together, we will sort it out for you.Click here for more information Sense2SortClick here for related articles
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