TruSort® with XRF™

NRT was the first to sort PVC from mixed plastics using X-ray technology in the early 1980s. Today, NRT continues to lead the industry in X-ray technology for a variety of applications. NRT has partnered with Spectramet® LLC to develop TruSort® with XRF™, an advanced X-ray florescent sorting system designed to separate materials at high throughput rates according to composition. The dry process uses patented imaging technology that electronically identifies material at the elemental atomic level.

Features

  • X-ray florescent spectrometers
  • High-throughput process
  • Size independent sensing down to ½” particle size
  • Proven precision sort system with low product loss
  • Touch screen operator interface
  • Remote diagnostics, adjustments and upgrades

Applications

  • ASR
  • Metals
  • CRT Glass
  • E-Scrap
  • Mineral

Technology

  • In-Flight Sorting® for the most precise detection and ejection available
  • Proprietary high sensitivity algorithms for rapid identification
  • Elemental atomic identification
  • High-speed precision air ejection

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