Tangshan Xiangsu Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd. is a professional technology-based enterprise engaged in the development of intelligent sorting equipment. Our company is mainly committed to providing our partners with overall R&D services and software solutions for high-speed XRT sorting equipment.
Our company has a group of highly educated and professional talents team whom have focused on the development of X-ray sorting and image sorting for intelligent XRT sorting equipment for more than 5 years, we have developed a number of software and hardware products with independent intellectual property rights.
The intelligent X ray sorting system can easily sorting ores automatically without queuing in high speed and high accuracy. It is widely used in the sorting of various ores such as coal, diamond, tungsten, tin, rare earth, zinc, manganese and the renewable resources of stainless steel, aluminum, magnesium, circuit boards, etc .
1.X-ray transmission recognition technology
2.Line scan camera recognition technology
3.3D depth camera recognition technology
4.Artificial Neural Network Algorithm
5.Accurate blowing clock synchronization technology
6.High-speed solenoid valve synchronization technology
7.Radiation source calibration technology
8.Multi-point temperature measurement technology
9.Finished product density measurement technology
10.X-ray pollution monitoring
Our XRT sorting technology suitable for sorting below particles:
A.Polymetallic Ore: Tungsten, Tin, Antimony, Lead, Zinc, Molybdenum, Manganese, Copper, Hematite, Gold and Silver..etc.
B.Non-metallic Ore: Coal, Diamond, Phosphate, Fluorite, Quartz, Calcium,Carbonate..etc.
C.Renewable Resource Recycling: Stainless steel, Aluminum, Magnesium, Slag, Circuit boards..etc.
High accuracy sorting ＞ 95%, Particle sizes: 20-300mm, Safe in use, Eco-Friendly, on-line & real-time operating, remote control supported
Not only the technology & software but also the engineering and manufacturing
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