MALMÖ, SWEDEN — BoMill AB’s multichannel spectrometer grain sorting equipment has been granted patent rights in China and an intention to grant in Japan. The system previously been registered in Sweden and the United States.

The system is based on an individual assessment of the kernels’ inner properties. It offers increased accuracy, high sorting precision and high speed, BoMill said, making it ideal for grain sorting applications requiring enhanced accuracy and high-volume throughput.

“We have just begun to explore what this extraordinary detector can do in our system, and we are convinced it will set new standards of specifications for the grain sorting industry,” said Andreas Jeppsson, chief executive officer of BoMill. “This detector boosts our plan to introduce a smart, and truly sustainable, solution to the industry. Simply, we make it possible to make use of every single kernel, saving our natural resources and creating a more sustainable future.”