BHS brings robotic waste sorting system to paper recycling applications (Ⅰ)
Apr. 27, 2018
Robotic waste sorting system from Eugene, Oregon based Bulk Handling System's
Max-AI AQC product line has expanded with the release of the AQC-2 for paper
sorting applications. BHS explained.
Robotic waste sorting equipment from Eugene, Oregon based Bulk Handling
System's Max-AI®AQC (Autonomous Quality Control) product line has expanded with
the release of the AQC-2 for paper sorting applications.
BHS explained that Max-AI technology employs artificial intelligence (AI) to
make material identification and selection decisions; high-speed robotic sorters
carry out the sorting. The AQC-2 features two robotic sorters and is said to be
able to sort on belt widths up to 72” (1800mm).
According to the company, the release of the AQC-2 complements the earlier
release of the AQC-1, which has been used to sort containers and contamination
in plastics and metals, and to recover high value items from residue.
The new capabilities coincide with the industry's demand for technology to
create a clean news product. The AQC-2 sorts at speeds superior to manual
sorting while recovering cardboard, containers and plastic film and removing
contamination to create a clean news product.