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Redwave welcomes next generation sorting

Redwave’s 2i sorting system has been equipped with new ‘interactive ‘intelligence’ which can not only be used to directly run the sorting machine, but also anywhere, anytime on mobile devices and computers in real-time.

This development of advanced human-machine-computer communication and access to real-time analytics and statistics provides the ability to monitor, control and optimise sorting processes at any time,’ explains Redwave, which will be promoting this innovative approach at next week’s IFAT expo in Munich.

The novel 2i sorting system relies on Sensor Fusion for optimised sorting quality; up to six different fractions can be sorted in the usual high quality with just one single machine. Additional benefits of the sorting unit are said to be the quick and simple system implementation, additional features for convenient machine maintenance and a very user-friendly operation.

REDWAVE operates worldwide and headquartered in Austria. It maintains branch offices in Germany, China, Singapore and the US.

Find Redwave in hall B5, booth 226

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