| Roses

Let your business blossom with Aweta’s unsurpassed pre-grading, grading and packing solutions

We know that customers want fresh, full bodied and bacteria-free flowers so Aweta has designed and developed a new camera system for roses. The camera is able to take pictures of the top as well as 3 sides of the flower. The system is equipped with LED illumination to provide clear, sharp images which allows sorting of the flower both by dimension and by maturity.

The pressure is on to deliver uniform quality and still keep costs low.

Aweta can provide a turnkey solution that minimizes the number of operators required but doesn’t cut corners on quality grading or defect detection. The AWETA TRS has a handling capacity of up to 9,500 roses per hour and is easily programmed according to your particular needs.

This is a demanding market; we need reliable technology.

At Aweta we understand the pressure of this cost-sensitive and shelf-life dependent produce which is why all our machines are built to perform and last – no low-cost, entry-level or reduced-performance workmanship here.




Roses Quality

The TRS rose processing machine has been specially developed to sort roses on the basis of length and quality. And it does this job for all varieties, both small-blossom and large-blossom species. The TRS is an integrated rose processing machine which consists of a sorting section and a number of bunching stations. The sorting process produces attractive, even bunches which will satisfy all market requirements for quality and beauty; a perfect end product leaves the nursery. The machine is equipped with a central computer contolling all functions of the sorting and bunching process. All moving parts are optimally protected
and safeguarded. What’s more, the TRS is a remarkably quiet machine. The standard version of the TRS boasts a high capacity handling up to 9500 roses per hour and can be set to sort stem lengths of between
300 and 1150 mm. The grower can, if required, simply and quickly switch to another rose type in the middle of the sorting process.