NEAR-INFRARED SORTING

Visibly better detection: optical and spatial resolution of 3 to 8 mm

State of the art camera-based NIR technology

NIR (near infrared technology) refers to a spectrum in a range between 760 and 2500 nm that is invisible to humans. Typical patterns for materials based on molecular vibrations can be detected in this wavelength range after excitation with light.

Even the smallest differences in the chemical composition of the detected materials can be assessed, since the HSI technology deployed by STEINERT is able to observe these typical patterns at very fine resolutions. This has a very effective impact on many applications.

  • High spectral resolution
  • High optical resolution
  • Self-developed technology

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UniSort PR

For sorting using NIR technology – detection of chemical composition (e.g. in plastics)

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UniSort Flake

For sorting using NIR technology – detection of chemical composition (here in 5 – 20 mm bulk materials)

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UniSort Black

For sorting using NIR technology – detects black and dark objects

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UniSort BlackEye

For sorting using NIR technology – sorts black and dark materials by their type

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UniSort Film

For sorting using NIR technology – to sort light 2D objects (films)

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UniSort Analyser

For monitoring quality and material composition

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STEINERT NIS

For sorting using NIR technology – detection of chemical composition in harsh environments

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