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One of Tomra's most advanced pieces of equipment, the HALO Optical Sorter, will be on show virtually via an interactive display at Foodpro at the Heat and Control stand at booth i41.

The HALO Optical Sorter is the latest advancement in sensor based optical sorters for a high performance sort/grade on quality, size and for food safety, according to Heat and Control, which is the equipment brand's local agent.

The HALO combines intelligence with advanced control to provide sort flexibility and accuracy in a reliable, long life, compact sorter, according to Heat and Control.

The HALO will be on show via an interactive touch screen display that will enable visitors to gain an insight into this equipment and other optical sorting solutions in Tomra's range.

Tomra's area sales manager, Gurjinder Singh, will also be at Foodpro 2017, on the Heat and Control stand.

Tomra's portfolio of sensor-based sorting and processing technology is designed for both the fresh and processed food industries, and spans solutions for a multitude of food applications, including potatoes, meat, fruits and vegetables.

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