From May 2 – 4 at WasteExpo, New Orleans, Specim demonstrates its state-of-art industrial hyperspectral cameras and the SpecimONE spectral imaging platform for sorting, at booth 5648.

Hyperspectral imaging is a powerful technology that can identify and sort various materials such as plastics, textiles, metals, glass, paper, and cardboard, based on their chemical structure.

It offers significant benefits for waste sorting:

  • Increase safety and efficiency
  • Automate workflows
  • Increase the purity of recycled materials
  • Reduce cost and increase profit

Specim FX50 – Breakthrough in black plastic sorting

Specim FX50 is the only hyperspectral camera on the market covering the full mid-wave infrared (MWIR) spectral range of 2.7 – 5.3 μm required in black plastics sorting. It can detect PS, PE, PP, ABS, PVC, black plastics, rubbers, and certain additives, like flame retardants.

Reduce time-to-market

The Specim FX hyperspectral cameras can be directly controlled with the machine vision-compliant SpecimONE spectral imaging platform. It allows the development of new industrial sorting applications without in-depth knowledge of spectral imaging and enables faster time-to-market timeframes.

To learn more about the SpecimONE platform and the advantages of hyperspectral imaging in waste management, visit us at Booth #5648 at Waste Expo.

We are looking forward to meeting you in New Orleans!

About Specim, Spectral Imaging Ltd.

Specim is the leading global supplier of hyperspectral imaging solutions.

We offer the broadest range of hyperspectral cameras covering wavelengths from visible to near-infrared to the thermal range, software systems, and accessories to serve machine builders, integrators, industry OEMs, research, and government organizations worldwide.