X-RAY INSPECTION CASE STUDIES

X-RAY INSPECTION WHITE PAPERS & ARTICLES

X-RAY INSPECTION PRODUCTS

Checkweighing, metal detection and X-ray combination systems offer the very best in modern checkweigher technology in combination with highly sensitive metal detector and X-ray technology -in one space saving product inspection unit.

The success of an X-ray scanner is based largely on the use of powerful software routines combined with high-resolution X-ray images. The software relies on two parameters: grey values and contrast. Grey values represent the differing density of the products inspected. The second parameter is the contrast, which is understood to mean the comparison of a value with its neighboring cells.

Captura Flow food sorting systems are used to remove vegetable and non-vegetable contaminations and to thus guarantee consumer protection. The systems also detect and remove product defects and thus maximize the quality of the end product.

The use of raw materials often poses a significant risk in food production as these ingredients can contain stones and other foreign object contaminants that ruin machines and remain in the final product. In other cases, foreign objects like foil and aluminum may be introduced to the final products like, loaf of bread; bag of cinnamon rolls; flow-wrapped cookies; boxed cakes during processing and packaging. Click below to read about Mekitec’s food x-ray systems for bakery applications in a customer case study.

The X38 x-ray system can inspect pumped products such as slurries, semi-solids and fluids, ensuring food safety before final packaging and further value is added to the product.

All Eagle x-ray inspection systems are capable of metal detection (including stainless steel, ferrous and non-ferrous metals) in a broad range of applications and packaging types, widely used within the food and pharmaceutical industries.

X-RAY INSPECTION MULTIMEDIA

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.

Learn about the quality assurance measures in the production of cheese and possible applications and economic advantages of high-performance checkweighers and X-ray scanners.