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sorting

[′sȯrd·iŋ]
(geology)
The process by which similar in size, shape, or specific gravity sedimentary particles are selected and separated from associated but dissimilar particles by the agent of transportation.

sorting

sorting

Re-ordering; resequencing. See sort.
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For decades, the SORTEX technology has been used for optimum sorting of food products and for non-food applications with 99.
He said, "The standardized sorting not only lowers labor costs, it can also select excellent cherries more accurately, increasing the commercial value, and offering the customer larger benefits.
If you have already recorded a macro, you can find the lines related to sorting and replace them with the code.
Best Sorting and Odenberg have been around for more than 60 years in total and the companies combined power, knowledge and expertise will continue to live under the umbrella of the Tomra brand.
These technologies can be capable of sorting large volumes of whole containers, large plastic pieces, or small flakes in mass quantity.
Sorting foreign material (FM) remains unchanged since every processor is looking to remove 100 percent of FM regardless of count.
TOMRA Sorting Solutions now has an extensive product portfolio of sorting, steam peeling and process analytics technologies," explained Rune Marthinussen, head of TOMRA Sorting Solutions.
In data centres, sorting is often the most pressing bottleneck in many higher-level activities, noted Vahdat who directs the Center for Networked Systems (CNS) at UC San Diego.
2003) studied the effect of sorting on the stability of western hemlock exposed to Japanese winter conditions.
According to a press release from KWS, the partnership with Redwave will allow the company "to provide complete sorting systems with the very latest in optical sorting technologies with the assurance that through partnership we can provide the very best options for equipment to our customers.
Thorough sorting systems are a significant expense for mixed C&D recyclers, but getting it right and matching it to end markets can help operators be glad that they made the investment.
When Garcia started -- 18 years ago -- workers spent the day stooped over a gigantic pile of material, sorting it by hand.