Raytec Vision SpA was established in 2002 in Parma, by merging three industrial sectors in a single passion: quality control in the food sector. From the beginning of our business, we marketed a vast range of innovative machines, such as the optical sorting machines for raw materials (e.g. tomatoes, potatoes and peppers) and for processed products (such as lettuce, diced fruit or jam); x-ray inspection machines for packaged and unpackaged products.
analysis system of chlorophyll content
The company's development lay in an analysis system of chlorophyll content for washed lettuce, peas and green beans. This type of analysis eliminates foreign bodies, even if they are the same colour as the good produce.
x-ray panoramic vision system
Another important development lay in the x-ray panoramic vision system to identify fragments of glass at the bottom of jam jars.
New developments that have enabled further growth of the company are the new camera sorting machine for peeled tomatoes, the high efficiency sorting machine that removes black spots from tomato rustic pulp and the double translucence sorting machine that identifies small stones inside dehydrated fruit (dried prunes, apricots and cherries).
Research and Development is non-stop in Raytec. We are testing innovative light sources that will shortly enable us to create a sorting machine for frozen products. In the x-ray sectors we are collaborating to create more performing emitters and sensors.
Raytec Vision celebrate the 15th anniversary. Photogallery