P.O. Box 124, 84124 Pertuis
125, rue François Gernelle, 84120 Pertuis
Telephone +33 4 90094790
Fax +33 4 90793819


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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.01  Machines and equipment for preprocessing and recycling
  • 03.01.011  Separating and sorting systems for waste

Our products

Product category: Separating and sorting systems for waste


One scanner for NIR and VIS; stable data acquisition; robust computer architecture; Modular software architecture. Signal combination and multi-channel management; multitasking; computer optimization; top scanner performance.

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Product category: Separating and sorting systems for waste


Technologies : NIR Chemical Imaging, VIS Color
Using Near-Infra red and Vision technologies, the Mistral machine is equipped with the most advanced technology in the optical sorting industry. The Mistral machine is used in every application in recycling: MSW, MRF, RDF, C&D, Industrial, WEEE, PET, Film, Paper, Plastics, Organic.
What can it sort : Plastics, Film, Fibers, Organic, Wood, Electronics, Color, and Others

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Product category: Separating and sorting systems for waste


Mistral+ is the result of a 4-year development involving over 30 engineers from Pellenc ST. Extensive feedback coming from our clients, our customer service team and our employees has been taken into account to design this piece of equipment.

The Mistral+ is built on the experience of over 1,200 Mistral machines installed all over the world, over the past 15 years. In addition, significant investments have been made to ensure the qualification of each component and subsystem: over 10 endurance testing sessions. Thousands of hours of field and lab testing were carried out to ensure the best reliability and performance.

Several patents are pending to protect our innovation. The entire company stands behind this project and will continue to work hard to make it the best optical sorting machine available on the market.

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Product category: Separating and sorting systems for waste


Powerful combination of NIR spectrometry, Visible spectrometry, and Inductive sensing
The Mistral Trium combines three technologies: NIR Spectrometry, Visible Spectrometry, Inductive Sensing. This powerful combination machine has a high detection sensitivity of metal backed with the quality of resolution and detectability of materials and colors of the renowned Pellenc ST Mistral Machine.

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About us

Company details

Bringing optical sorting technology to the waste and recycling industry

Pellenc ST has been designing and manufacturing optical sorting equipment for waste and recycling since 2001.  With over 1,000 machines installed worldwide, our company is a recognised leader in this industry.  Pellenc ST employs over 100 people and has a turnover of more than 20 million Euros.
Our founder and shareholder, Roger Pellenc, inspired a unique corporate culture at Pellenc ST based on the integrity and dedication of the workforce and on technological innovation.  Roger Pellenc, a decisive and rallying entrepreneur, gives us his support and all the experience acquired in the development of Pellenc SA, active in the agricultural sector (1,000 employees, turnover of approx. 200 million Euros).
Jean HENIN – CEO Pellenc ST
Our mission is to support our customers and partners in the development of robust, innovative, high-performance solutions for new projects and the enhancement of performances at existing sorting and recycling centers.  Our employees worldwide bear witness each and every day to the commitment to the stakeholders in the recycling industry.  They are recognised key experts in their various lines of business.  Our industrial and commercial partners are also actively involved in our development.
All materials can have a second life if they are suitably sorted and recycled.  Pellenc ST is therefore a key player in developing and strengthening the circular economy in France and the world over.

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