RSQI Grain Scanner                              download datasheet                                              

Satakes grain scanner is a simple, quick and accurate way to evaluate white, brown rice, beans, wheat, corn, and other grains. The Grain Scanner analyses the shape and colour of every individual kernel in a sample of 1,000 grains, in as little as 60 seconds.  It requires no special skills and can determine whether grains are acceptable or unacceptable based on parameters set by the customer.

 

presentation of rice data 

 

Features

 

1) Multiple Information

The Satake RSQI can detect and report the quantity and percentage by weight  of contaminants found in the rice or wheat sample presented to the scanner. 

 

In Rice the typical results are factors such as 

Chalky Grains number or percentage by weight.

Broken Grains number or percentage by weight

Acceptable Grains total or percentage by weight

 

2) Rapid Analysis

The Satake RSQI can accurately analyse a sample within 60 seconds.

 

3) Ease of Operation

The Satake RSQI analyses all manner of rice, soy bean,  and wheat samples and more as new calibrations are built by the customer. 

 

It is only necessary to place a  sample into the scanner sample  tray and press the analyse button. All measurement is accomplished automatically, with no special skills or techniques required of the operator.

 

4) Multiple format graphical Display of Measured Values

PC  display allows clear presentation of analysis results. All samples can be saved for future reference.

 

5) Provides Objective Measurement for Cereal Samples.

The Satake RSQI eliminates time intensive subjective judgements of grain inspection by providing a reliable, automatic and repeatable sample inspection process.

 

Note:

In the Satake RSQI, the grain sample is scanned by a flatbed scanner and the resulting image is analysed using the special Satake analysis software. The various sample components are identified and the results are reported in terms of the acceptable and rejected grains, and the relative subcomponents of each set. 

 

 

 

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