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CTM sensor unit separates foreign objects from potatoes on grading line

Objects such as stones, glass fragments or metal particles pass over a series of sensors, which detects their different density and triggers a compressed air activated deflector flap to remove them from the flow of potatoes.

Journal Title: Farmers guardian 2005-12-09, p.66
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Publisher: London: UBM Information Ltd
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