We at Marsh Harrier are committed to caring for the produce and to preserve their quality. This is why our grading and sorting process for mangoes is delicate yet thorough. Our machines are designed to fit the elongated shape of ‘the king of fruits’, while also ensuring that there is no overloading but maximized line filling. The mango grading and sorting machine is guaranteed for perfect singulation, leading to optimized production.
Mangoes are sorted by weight, size, color, and external quality. Mangoes can be graded and sorted basis production capacity and type of packaging, using either central discharge or lateral discharge.
The grading parameters include lines, number, types of discharge, weight, diameter, color, and external quality. The machines we use at Marsh Harrier provide accurate diametric sorting, given that the grading size is adjusted easily and is complemented by ergonomically designed handles. Each part that comes in contact with the produce is food grade and robust.
Mangoes are traditionally graded based on weight but recent practices suggest to use grading parameters as color, size, weight and external quality parameters. Advanced grading parameters like BRIX based grading can also be performed.
We recommend minimum 6 grades for the Mangoes which are used in Indian farming and trading practices.
Crate dumper, Water tank immersion, Hot water treatment, Sponge drying, Cold air drying, Grading and Packing.