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TOMRA to launch X-TRACT technology at Aluminum USA

New technology capable of sorting smaller fractions with fewer product losses

X-TRACT X6 Fines combines X-ray transmission (XRT) and Duoline® technology, which uses two independent devices with different spectral sensitivities, for high-precision sorting of a range of secondary resources.
X-TRACT X6 Fines combines X-ray transmission (XRT) and Duoline® technology, which uses two independent devices with different spectral sensitivities, for high-precision sorting of a range of secondary resources.

Aluminum USA will serve as the global introduction of TOMRA's new X-TRACT X6 Fines for high-purity sorting of mixed non-ferrous metal fractions, including aluminum. Sensor and software enhancements allows X-TRACT X6 Fines to detect and sort metals nearly half the size of current small fractions material for sensor-based sorting equipment.

X-TRACT X6 Fines combines X-ray transmission (XRT) and Duoline technology, which uses two independent devices with different spectral sensitivities, for high-precision sorting of a range of secondary resources. TOMRA's innovative Dual Processing Technology distinguishes differences between overlapping objects on the sorting line, a significant advantage when lines are running higher throughputs.

Through TOMRA's exclusive high-speed X-ray processing technology, exceptional resolution levels make it possible to identify even the smallest fractions in high-throughput applications. X-TRACT X6 Fines pushes purity levels as high as 98-99%, while delivering fewer product losses.

TOMRA invites Aluminum USA attendees to visit booth #806 to discuss new X-TRACT X6 Fines and other sorting innovations available to aluminum recycling operations.

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875 Embarcadero Drive
West Sacramento, CA
US, 95605

Website:
tomra.com/recycling

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