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Meet SPARK, Buhler’s simple-to-use sorter tackling big problems

Meet SPARK, Buhler’s simple-to-use sorter tackling big problems

London, (UK), November 15, 2023- Swiss technology group Buhler is ready to launch its newest optical sorter, the SPARK Pro, promising performance at an affordable price point. SPARK has one goal in mind - simple operation with reliable performance, to bring food safety to small and medium businesses around the world. With challenges including expensive raw materials and unpredictable weather conditions, SPARK Pro offers much-needed relief to the market.

In the 1940's, the computer was a mysterious device used by scientists. The operation was complex, and the machines were massive, weighing in excess of 30 tons. Later, the Commodore 64 was released. Simpler, smaller, family-friendly, and affordable. Opening the possibilities of modern computing.

Buhler's SPARK Pro is another moment of "new possibilities." It is beginner-friendly, simple to operate, and still produces a reliable yield quality. SPARK has taken the simplicity of optical sorting to a new level. 

What is the Buhler SPARK Pro?

SPARK is an optical sorter from Buhler, a leading organization with over 160 years of experience. SPARK works with multiple commodities, including grains, pulses, rice, coffee, spices, and peanuts, to remove unwanted defects from the product, for example, sticks and stones, helping food processors achieve better yield quality, greater food safety and meet regulation standards. 

Featuring a non-stop sorting algorithm to provide reliable production that would not shut down, and a zero-spillage design so that less product is wasted, the SPARK Pro equips processors with the technology for food safety and business growth.

With the slogan "It simply works"-SPARK is not Buhler Group's top-end and most digitally connected optical sorter, instead, it works and works well, in all environments and against most challenges. Bringing great value, with reliable performance, precise yield, and simple usability. SPARK is targeting small to medium businesses, helping bring food safety standards, and supporting environmental initiatives around the world.

Challenging times require efficient, yet affordable solutions

With SPARK, Buhler has acknowledged the challenges facing food processing; expensive raw materials squeezing profit margins, and unpredictable weather conditions increasing the chance of defects in the product. To uphold food safety, reliable optical sorting needs to be accessible to every organization, no matter its size. SPARK does exactly that. 

Leading the SPARK project at Buhler, Bernhard Gabauer, says: "SPARK Pro is built for industry purpose. From the camera technology to the saturation value, SPARK processes quickly, easily, and well. Helping food processors create good quality yield in a cost-effective way."

The easy operation means organizations of all sizes can access safe food and good yield quality, without the need for complicated operator training and reducing the chances of human error. 

Price vs performance SPARK Pro shows an impressive 99% -99.7% accept quality, depending on the application. That means the sorter combines a good price and good performance. 

SPARK features impressive specifications for its price point: 

-Easy-to-use operation and setup

-One-machine solution for all applications

-Non-stop sorting algorithm

-Zero-spillage concept

-Available in flexible sizing up to 10 chutes.

The affordable price means that small to medium businesses can level up their product quality, helping bring local goods to market, reduce waste and cost-save on yield loss, and most importantly achieve greater food safety. 

An easier path to growth

For small to medium businesses, SPARK offers an easier path to quality yield, healthy revenue, and safe food. SPARK will be available in November for South and Central America, Africa, India, Southeast Asia, China, and the Middle East, and ready to take Europe by storm in early 2024. 

For more information on SPARK, and how to access simple optical sorting with expert results, check out the webpage:

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