X-RAY INSPECTION CASE STUDIES

X-RAY INSPECTION WHITE PAPERS & ARTICLES

  • Ensuring Food Safety Through The Prevention Of Physical Contamination

    Incidents of physical contaminants in food can have a detrimental impact on brand reputation. This white paper explains different types of physical contamination in food and how to prevent them.

  • X-Ray Technology Ensures Food Safety And Quality In Tall, Rigid Containers

    Tall, rigid containers — metal cans, doypacks, cartons, composite cans/tubes, and plastic and glass containers — are used extensively across the food industry. However, inspecting these types of packaging for physical contaminants and quality defects using x-ray inspection can prove challenging for numerous reasons. This white paper looks at the ability of x-ray technology to enhance food safety, quality control and operational efficiency.

  • Packaged Baby Food And Infant Formula Inspection Technologies

    Different baby food and infant formula applications require distinct product inspection systems. Choosing the right machine to suit individual products and packaging types is crucial to ensure high levels of detection sensitivity and minimize false rejects. This white paper looks at the current marketplace and growth trends of the industry, and explores the many different inspection technologies available.

  • Bulk Flow X-ray Inspection: Providing Protection For High-Value, Unpackaged Food Production

    With nuts, seeds, dried fruits and dozens of other fresh, bulk food products are fetching sky-high prices of late due to demand and supply issues growers and producers need reliable ways to maximize production while eliminating contaminants. Gone are days of error prone human inspection or wasteful processes such as discarding partially clean products to avoid further inspection costs.

  • X-ray Inspection Of Food Products: The Safety Facts You Need To Know

    Some food manufacturers have lingering worries about the safety of X-ray technology – both for those operating the equipment and the food products the machines inspect. This paper takes a closer look at how today’s X-ray inspection equipment works and corrects any misconceptions associated with this commonly used technology.

  • Equipment Safety For Product Inspection Equipment

    This paper is intended as a general guide on equipment safety, for users and suppliers of product inspection equipment. It should be thought of as a framework for discussion on the topic, assisting both users and suppliers in meeting their shared responsibility for equipment safety.

X-RAY INSPECTION PRODUCTS

When you are looking for reliable x-ray inspection and simple construction, the Economy High Definition (HD) food inspection technology is the machine that has these qualities.

By ensuring the safety and integrity of a wide range of bakery goods, an Eagle Product Inspection system provides superior bakery inspection to reduce the risk of costly product recalls, safeguard brand reputation and protect consumers from harmful contaminants and poor-quality products.

Designed for easy integration into food production lines, the Signature Touch metal detector delivers high performance on-line metal detection. When combined with material handling systems such as conveyors, product inspection can be fully automated.

The SC-E model is the perfect entry to the world of ultra-modern X-ray inspection systems and the associated high quality product line of WIPOTEC-OCS.

Anritsu's DualX Technology has enhanced poultry filet inspection in the DualX KD7416DRWZ model. This x-ray technology is unique because it analyzes two different x-ray energy signals at the same time, allowing it to distinguish between product and contaminant. Even overlapping products can be inspected without false rejecting. It also enables a higher detection rate of low density items compared to conventional x-ray technology.

When large quantities of small packaged goods need to be inspected there are four models in the Specific Applications series of x-ray inspection systems. Two models - the KD7447DW and the KD7447DWE - can handle products up to the size of 590 mm X 250 mm. Meanwhile, the KD7337AWH1 and the KD7337AWH2 can inspect products up to the size of 690 mm X 250 mm. A large aperture infeed system allows for the inspection of large cartons, cases and bags, as well as those containing multiple small packs.

X-RAY INSPECTION MULTIMEDIA

In working with dairy companies like yours over the past few decades we have accumulated a lot of data regarding product inspection machine payback timeframes that we would like to share. This webinar covers checkweigher and x-ray product inspection machine ROI and machine payback timeframes using the knowledge gained from our engineering team working in dairy production processes like yours

This webinar demonstrates the quality assurance measures in ready meal production and highlights the application possibilities, as well as economic advantages of checkweighers and X-ray scanners.

In this webinar, you will learn about the structure, functionality, and advantages of X-ray scanners as well as what to consider when it comes to product testing.