… and the question why sometimes the application of the SCANSPECTOR [mobile] facilitates your choice for a competitor.
In the discussion about investments in opto-electronic sorting technology, many questions arise that naturally want to be answered. In addition to the questions of how much throughput you want to handle and how many sorting categories you need, it must be clarified which sorting machine will be able to detect any defects that occur.
Until now, these questions could best be clarified on a test machine on site at the manufacturer of this sorting machine. The advantages are obvious. You can take a close look at the sorting machine and get a first impression.
However, this method has significant disadvantages. Prospects often embark on a far, long ride. This does not leave your test product unscathed. Especially products from the fresh sector change during transport. The test products may partially dry out, discolour, spoil or need to be thawed.
These changes on the product surface no longer allow a reliable statement about the sorting accuracy of this product.
A different approach the SELECT® company wants to take – on-site analysis with the SCANSPECTOR [mobile]. The SCANSPECTOR [mobile] is a small transportable machine that can be placed in your plant exactly where the product is to be sorted later. Individual selected test products can be fed unadulterated and directly to the SCANSPECTOR [mobile] and analysed. Already on site, we can provide you with a clear, precise statement as to whether your products can be sorted with the proven algorithms. On the other hand, in our company we can search for more algorithms with the recorded data. This happens especially with product types from which data has never been recorded by means of the SCANSPECTOR [mobile].
Make up your mind to test your products with the SCANSPECTOR [mobile] in your plant. Gain unadulterated analysis and knowledges into your products without having to commit to one sorting machine. The SCANSPECTOR [mobile] is equipped with the same optical inspection unit as our sorting machines. All colour nuances and details that the SCANSPECTOR [mobile] detects can also be detected by one of our sorting machines. Sometimes the result of these tests means that a prospect chooses a competitor – but only sometimes.