- THE MAGAZINE
- FOOD MASTER
Key Technology, Walla Walla, Wash., introduces an enhanced vision capability for its Tegra in-air color sorters. Featuring twice the number of cameras as other Tegra sorters with the same width, the new Tegra 7755E achieves unprecedented line-of-sight for better all-around viewing with virtually no hidden areas.
Designed for customers looking to improve product quality and food safety, this sorter’s full-object view increases detection and removal of foreign material and defects with the greatest gains in small defect removal.
The Tegra sorters feature four cameras, each with capabilities to scan full width of a belt, making it suitable for sliced, diced and whole fruits and vegetables and potato products.
The half-wide Tegra sorts up to 16,500 pounds per hour, depending on the product. For higher volume processing lines, Key’s full-wide Tegra, with its 60-inch wide platform, sorts up to 33,000 pounds per hour.