This cheese specialist‘s manufacturing process is characterized by a high level of automation and the use of German machine and plant construction. Read how the XS3 CC H is a checkweigher coupled with a Safeline metal detector, which makes it the perfect tool for ensuring compliance with the HACCP regulations applicable to food production. This CombiChecker checks the product weight and detects any metallic foreign body in a single procedure.
With a high volume of products being produced and dispatched to retailers across the region, Miko has always known that product safety is hugely important, both for its consumers and for the company’s reputation. Seeking to further reinforce positive customer experiences, the company recently set itself the challenge of minimizing the already small risk of foreign body contamination to further reduce the number of customer complaints it received. Mettler-Toledo Safeline X-ray’s InspireX2, designed for high-speed multi-lane applications and able to detect contaminants as small as 0.8mm, such as glass, metal, mineral stone and high density plastic was the solution they were looking for.
More than 200 million baked goods leave a bread manufacturer's plant annually. With such high volume, how does the company ensure its products meet the highest requirements of safety and quality?
Marinades and condiments manufacturer integrated an Eagle x-ray inspection system which has proven to be the optimal solution to overcome challenges associated with inspecting glass jars with metal lids, enhancing the quality of its products while providing additional security.
When Edesia first opened its factory, the company used inline magnets in their processing line to find contaminants. When they realized they needed a better inspection system, metal detection wasn’t the answer because of the foil pouches used in the packaging process. So Edesia decided to incorporate x-ray into their production line.
This case study shows how Bell Food Group, the meat supplier for an international fast food chain, uses X-Ray inspection to ensure burger patties are contaminant free and are of the highest quality.
This white paper explains why metal cans are becoming increasingly popular and looks at different types of cans, then explores the challenges the packaging material and can design presents for x-ray inspection. Review the various x-ray inspection systems on the market today, along with recent developments in x-ray technology which are designed to overcome such challenges to provide optimal inspection of metal cans.
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.
This article provides insight into physical contaminant detection and explains why X-Ray technology is an excellent solution for eliminating physical contaminant concerns.
New requirements from the BRC focus on a company's food safety culture. This guide reviews those requirements, provides tips to build food safety culture and evaluate your progress in reaching your goal.
BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 8 emphasizes an end-to-end approach to food safety. Here are some steps to understand and comply with a BRC audit of your current practices and vulnerabilities.
Preparations for food safety audits must be stringent, dynamic, and regularly reviewed. This article highlights basic steps of a BRC audit, as well as an evaluation of current practices and vulnerabilities.
X36 Optimizes Detection Sensitivity in Bulk Flow Products While Maximizing Productivity