Anritsu is a global leader in food safety and provides product inspection solutions with X-Ray inspection systems, Checkweighers and Metal Detectors. With over 50 years of experience and 130,000 installations globally, Anritsu’s leading-edge technology is trusted for superior performance, proven reliability, and the highest quality equipment. Our inspection equipment range from economical to custom-built and as a single source supplier we provide superior service to exceed your quality control program goals.
Anritsu Infivis Inc.
1001 Cambridge Drive
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Contact: Eva Bar
A global leader in the manufacture of highly-accurate inspection and detection equipment, Anritsu Infivis offers the industry’s most technologically advanced systems for food and beverage manufacturers.
Uncover the less obvious aspects of cost and performance, and understand recent technology advances and trending sanitation demands that will help you choose a system that meets your detection goals.
Surprise objects in food, and the anger and fear they create, can turn into viral news faster than you can say “recall!” Here are five considerations when upgrading from metal detection to X-Ray inspection.
If your business requires you to view large quantities of small packaged goods, you will benefit from the use of x-ray inspection systems. Anritsu offers four models of packaging industry x-ray systems that provide long-term flexibility and are incredibly user-friendly.
Engineered with precision and high-sensitivity detection, our HD systems are the superior choice for food safety inspection but, with so many models to choose from, distinguishing between each can be overwhelming. Are you debating which top x-ray inspection system is right for your processing needs? Here is a digestible overview comparing our new, XR75 advanced long life technology models:
Relative mass is the value which the difference of density between x-ray images of the reference master product and the inspected product is converted into mass. This application note explains the principles of the relative virtual weight measurement, usage, and cautions.
Today’s meat processors must overcome many challenges. X-Ray, Metal Detection, and Checkweighing have become clear choices in delivering the best solution to overcome these challenges.
Metal detectors and X-ray inspection systems are widely used for finding foreign body contamination. Let's see how these two systems can work together to improve contaminant detection.
The customer replaced another ‘brand’ x-ray system with the Anritsu KD7405DWT High accuracy Model with a 0.25mm high resolution detector and 350 watt variable x-ray power.
The products vary in size and the inclusions vary in density. To maximize results, a setting for each SKU or like SKU is set to allow for the software to adjust for variances from potatoes to carrots to broccoli.
Maximizing food safety in poultry processing has never been more important. As a result, poultry facilities are incorporating strategically-placed X-ray detection systems on-line throughout production facilities.
This application note shows results for a high-speed, flow wrap production line inspecting various types of granola and health bars for contaminants. The standard KD7405AWH with 0.4mm resolution was used.Additional benefits in this application are mass measurement, broken product inspection, dual lane inspection, and possibly “product in seal” detection to eliminate bad flow wrap crimp conditions.
Pipeline inspection provides excellent uniform presentation to control density presentation and maximize detection of low density contaminants. This application note explains special algorithms that have been developed to improve bone detection without sacrificing full contaminant detection.
Almonds were fed through the bulk flow x-ray system in a consistent flow usually using a vibratory conveyor. Results using this technique are very accurate compared to online installations. Quartz stones and standard test sample spheres were introduce on top of, below and inside the product for accuracy testing.
Accuracy and reliability are the two most important factors in food safety. Fortunately, the XR75 Advanced Long Life Technology from Anritsu contains both of these qualities, providing the safest and most efficient way to inspect food products. Setting a new standard for improving product quality and safety, it exceeds the needs of today’s demanding food processing industry through all of the following
Food and pharmaceutical processing plants use food metal detectors when they turn out quality, safe products. The production line is a fast-moving process, and both ferrous and non-ferrous metal may contaminate a run. As you know, this can be disastrous, with the result of the loss of an entire run of product. It can even shut down your whole operation, not to mention the health hazards if the batch is released without proper inspection. That is why Anritsu has developed the Dual Wave H Contamination Detector.
Anrtisu is known the world-over for designing and manufacturing exceptional food inspection technology that makes production lines safer and more efficient.
Improve efficiency and effectiveness of your quality control system with new QuiCCA software from Anritsu. QuiCCA is the fully automated quality control and quality management software you need to more productively monitor your manufacturing process. From past logs to current processes to future problems, the fully automated software works with your food inspection equipment to support all aspects of production.
When you open a package of meat or use pharmaceutical products, you count on your purchase to be safe and free of contamination. Thanks to the advanced equipment most manufacturers use today, it’s easy to take the quality and safety of food, medicine, and other items produced on assembly lines for granted. But how are these products checked for quality, and how do companies know they’re safe for consumption before sending them off to supermarkets and pharmacies? The answer lies in state-of-the-art food inspection technology.
Here is some basic information on a less-than-popular piece of machinery that everybody still depends on: The Rejector System.