News | January 23, 2019

Eagle To Spotlight New And Advanced Detection Technologies At IPPE 2019

Source: Eagle Product Inspection
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In the wake of headline-making recalls of poultry products and with new food safety standards like the BRC going into effect, food safety and brand reputation are top of mind as 2019 begins. To help processors enhance food safety, assure product integrity and provide greater traceability that many are seeking, Eagle Product Inspection will showcase advanced inspection technologies at IPPE 2019, Feb 12-14 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

At IPPE, Eagle (Booth B6001) will exhibit systems used with a variety of meat and poultry products, including bulk/loose, unpackaged and packaged items. Those systems include:

  • Eagle RMI 400, which provides superior bone and contaminant detection in demanding, harsh environments like meat and poultry plants.
  • The Eagle FA3/M for inline fat measurement and contaminant detection, used for loose meats and blocks of meat.
  • Eagle Pipeline, designed to find and reject contaminants in ground meats and poultry breasts flowing into a pipe, prior to further processing and packaging.

Eagle’s technologies are also on display in a full processing line on the floor of the IPPE show: see it in action at Booth 4505 from Eagle’ partner company FPEC Corp.

For more information on Eagle’s technologies highlighted at IPPE 2019 and to schedule an onsite meeting with an Eagle expert, visit https://www.eaglepi.com/ippe-2019.

About Eagle Product Inspection
As pioneers in x-ray inspection technology, Eagle Product Inspection is enhancing the physical contamination detection and quality inspection capabilities of food and pharmaceutical manufacturers worldwide. Our food inspection solutions cover a wide range of industries including dairy, confectionery, bakery, fruits and vegetables, poultry, red meat, snacks, ready meals for packaged products, bulk, carton boxes, pouches, tall rigid containers, trays or unpackaged products. For more information, visit https://www.eaglepi.com.

SOURCE: Eagle Product Inspection