Van Campen Kraggenburg
Brasseler à Viersen (D) a choisi le Smart Grader EVO 208. Boris Brasseler trie chaque année 1000 à 1500 tonnes de pommes de terre de consommation avec le Smart Grader, qui sont vendues dans son propre magasin de campagne.
The first Smart Grader EVO in Scotland is in full swing. It is an optical seed potato sorting line that works autonomously with Bijlsma Hercules storage equipment. The result is seed potatoes of the highest possible quality and with very precise sorting. The automatic sorting process is potato-friendly and saves a lot of labour.
Kartoffelhof Ottensmeier in Bünde (D) is enthusiastic about their Smart Grader EVO 206. Jobst Ottensmeier sorts his Erdengold ware potatoes every day, which are sold in their own country shop and which are also delivered to supermarkets in the region. However, Jobst sees another big advantage: the Smart Grader can also sort onions well, which made the choice for a Smart Grader even more interesting.
At Batati in Switzerland the Smart Grader EVO 408 is an important link in their washing, sorting and packaging line for sweet potatoes. For several weeks, tons of sweet potatoes have been rolling under the cameras of the Smart Grader.
Time for the real thing! At Mts. Reitsma-Hazelhoff in Ferwert a Smart Grader EVO 408 is at work, our optical grader with four lanes and eight exits. It is part of a tailor-made sorting installation, with six large bunkers and two independent unloading lines from Bijlsma Hercules. Because the Smart Grader works completely autonomously, Nantko Reitsma had enough time to tell us what he thinks of his new sorting installation!