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X-ray technology handles complex product densities
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X-ray technology handles complex product densities

New MDX (Material Discrimination X-ray) dual-energy X-ray technology from Eagle Product Inspection detects and removes contaminants in mid-size, packaged products having complex densities.
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Dymond X-Ray from Sartorius - Maximum performance for maximum safety
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Dymond X-Ray from Sartorius - Maximum performance for maximum safety

The Dymond series, the newest generation of our X-ray inspection systems, generates low-noise and thus clear images, even at exceptionally high belt speeds. Thanks to the use of top-quality components, the Dymond series can also be used in the sensitive food and pharmaceutical areas.
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Sartorius: X-ray inspection system

See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas Booth #S-7724! Suitable for use in the sensitive food and pharmaceutical industries, the Dymond series (vertical beam) from Sartorius is a new generation of X-ray inspection systems that generates low-noise and clear images, even at a maximum belt speed of 100 m/min.
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Sartorius: X-ray inspection for food

Designed specifically for the food industry, the Dymond series of X-ray inspection systems from Sartorius Industrial Weighing is comprised of three new modules, the 40, 120, and S, as well as the existing Dymond 80.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific: X-ray detection system

The NextGuard X-ray Detection System from Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is an affordable, yet sophisticated and easy-to-use X-ray detection platform that combines three key attributes—performance, simplicity-of-use and price point—to make X-ray product detection more affordable for food, pharmaceutical, and other applications.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific: Upgraded food X-ray system

Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Xpert C400 X-ray system for detecting metals and other foreign objects in food has been upgraded to include an X-ray source with twice the power of the original model, compact sanitary drum motors, and shorter line configurations.
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Mettler-Toledo Safeline Inc: X-ray inspection for vertical packages

Available in two models, Mettler-Toledo Safeline’s SideChek XR x-ray inspection system delivers effective, cost-effective production line x-ray inspection of products in vertical packaging such as bottles, cans, and canisters made from metal, glass, rigid plastic, and fiberboard.
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Eriez Magnetics: X-ray inspection system

Eriez’ E-Z Tec XR-Pack X-Ray Inspection System effectively inspects for foreign objects (metal, glass, stone, bone and some plastics), count, seal integrity, weight, shape, item position, and presence/absence of items.
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Mettler-Toledo Safeline Inc: X-ray inspection system detects metal, stone, glass and more

Using unique low-energy x-ray technology, Mettler Toledo Safeline's Certus XR x-ray inspection system provides effective, efficient, cost-effective production line x-ray inspection of small packaged products.
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Eagle Product Inspection, formerly Smiths Detection: X-ray inspection system for mid-sized to larger products

Eagle Product Inspection’s Pack 400 HC x-ray inspection system can help food manufacturers in the packaged meat, poultry and dairy industries increase operational and energy efficiencies of their production lines, while meeting the strictest hygiene and food safety requirements.

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