|Application, Product Type::||Sorting Of Food Products||Product Types::||Coffee Beans|
|Capacity (coffee), Tons /hour , Up To::||2.0-4.0 Tons Per Hour||Chute Width:||300mm|
|Number Of Ejectors:||192||Detection Type (defect Identification)::||Sorting By 1) Color 2) Size|
|Number Of Solenoid Valves / Shooting Channels/ejectors Per Chute::||64||Number Of Color ССD Cameras Per Chute, At Least::||Dural Side (1 Front And 1 Rear)|
|CCD Camera Resolution, Pixels::||5400||Power Supply, V::||220±5%|
How to sort coffee in high efficiency?
When the coffee beans have been dried, they are sent through many different kinds of machines which determine its grade and quality. Defectiveness and foreign material (stones, sticks, string, etc...) are removed during this process as well.
Green coffee bean is dried in a thick outer shell called "parchment". Before the coffee is graded, this parchment must be removed using a large milling machine. The parchment flakes mixed in with the green coffee post-milling.
Grading and Sorting :
The coffee then heads to a machine that removes the defects from the mix. Very powerful motors run the various machines in the process.
This machine uses air and vibration to separate heavier and larger beans from the lighter coffee. As the beans are agitated, the heavier beans fall to the bottom of the tray and the lighter beans are forced upward. They empty into different sacks.
High tech sorting :
In smaller beneficios, coffee seeds pass down a large conveyer belt where a number of women pick out defective and off color beans. At this more modern beneficio, however, a large machine is used to do the work much more efficiently and quickly. Several hundred beans at a time are loaded into a chamber and a series of sensors analyze the color of each bean - rejecting those that are off and dumping them into a separate pile. Each and every bean is analyzed in this way to ensure that only the best of the best leaves the ports.
We can sort robusta coffee, arabica coffee and roasted coffee all type of contaminants: black, brown, reddish, amber beans, immature beans, insect damaged coffee.