Wednesday, 20 September 2017


Key Technology introduces its VERYX family of digital sorters to the Australian food processing industry with the VERYX C140 on exhibit at the foodpro trade show in Sydney, July 16-19.

VERYX sorters maximize the detection and removal of foreign material (FM) and product defects based on objects’ color, size, shape and/or structural properties while minimizing false rejects to enhance product quality and increase yields.

With belt-fed and chute-fed configurations available in various widths, VERYX handles a wide range of products and production throughputs. Belt-fed systems sort frozen and fresh cut fruits and vegetables, leafy greens, potato chips and other snacks, confections, seafood, wet and frozen potato strips and more. Chute-fed systems sort nuts, dried fruits, IQF products and other free-flowing foods. The inspection width of every VERYX sorter is 10-15 percent wider than comparatively sized sorters, which enables higher throughputs within a similar footprint and better singulation of product to improve sorting accuracy.

For over 50 years, foodpro has supported Australia’s food manufacturing industry by showcasing the latest technology and innovations in food processing, packaging, science and technology. The event takes place every three years.  

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