Optical Sorting Systems
Most customers do not post sort while achieving the highest paying return. Our superior technology and durable design produces confidence.
Our patent pending optical sorting identification system reads the molecular structure of each sorted and non-sorted item. This revolutionary technology enables precise identification of desired items, and those that are unwanted such as paper, aluminum and steel cans. This feature enables the best pick rate levels in the industry. Most customers do not post sort while achieving the highest paying return.
- Patented Hyper Spectral Imaging System first deployed in 2007 incorporates artificial intelligence required to process multidimensional, wide spectral information collected through a multitude of data points, provided by Hyper Spectral Technology.
- Green Eye Product Test Facility is prepared to solve your recycling challenges at our Hampstead, NH Research and Development test facility. Imagine the advantage of operating one optical sorter with the flexibility to sort multiple commodities with the ability to evolve with each market challenge in real time.
Our quickly evolving technology solves a multitude of industry material processing problems with efficiencies exceeding 94% at ever-increasing sort speeds.
It takes a surprising amount of manpower and time to effectively sort a large amount of recyclables. While previous attempts to automate sorting haven’t been that successful, the Green Eye® recycling System uses new patent pending technology to make the process quick, easy, and error-free.
Want to see for yourself how our optical recycling equipment works? Simply send your application samples to our Green Eye® material testing facility in Hampstead, NH” Green Eye® material testing facility in Hampstead, NH. We also invite customers to come and see our system in action themselves or view it online in real time.
The Green Eye® Optical Sorting System
The Green Eye® optical sorting system was created by Peter Mendre. His optical recycling equipment has successfully identified and classified every type of material ever tested on it. “It sees everything!” Mendre says. The following materials have been identified and successfully sorted using optical sorting: plastics made from plants, colored and natural HDPE, PVC, ABS, PET, brick chips, stone, painted and natural wood, creosol wood, tile, white and colored ledger, box board, newspaper, rubber, resins, copper, aluminum, steel, glass, ceramics, circuit boards, and much more.
Our superior technology and durable design produces confidence that your Green Eye is doing its job with little attention from your maintenance people. Green Machine looks forward to the opportunity to prove our system’s design.