Jamafa installs new length grading machine at Wubben Nootdorp.

Wubben Nootdorp is a family business by Johan, Harry and Paul Wubben, where, among other things, carnations, freesias, alstroemerias, bouvardias, nerines and amaryllis are grown.

Wubben has purchased Jamafa’s length sorting machine. This length sorting machine sorts the flowers by measuring the length of the flowers using light sensors and then placing the flowers in the correct compartment. The number of stems is counted and when the correct number is reached, the flowers fall into the sorting box and a new bunch is counted. The flowers are then manually removed from the compartments and processed into bunches.

The machine has a processing capacity of up to 5,000 flowers per hour and is available with one or two transfer tables. Wubben has opted for the length grading machine with 2 colored bins and a counting system.