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Loma: X-ray inspection system

Designed to provide product integrity, ease of cleaning, and reduced maintenance in food packaging lines, Loma’s X⁵ x-ray redesigned inspection system also delivers maximum uptime in round-the-clock manufacturing sites while identifying and rejecting the smallest contaminants at line speeds of up to 394 ft./min.
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Thermo Scientific: X-Ray system inspects large food packages

Using a larger aperture, the Xpert C600 X-ray system from Thermo Scientific is designed specifically for detecting metal, glass, dense plastics, and other foreign objects in large food packaging.
TWO POUCHES. Two unoriented pouches are picked up by an AFA Delta 3 robot, which then places them into a loading funnel.
Machine Case Study
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Robotic cartoning adds efficiency, subtracts labor costs

Robotic cartoning replaces manual operations, alleviating labor shortages, costs, and increasing line efficiency for contract manufacturer Pharmalab Inc.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific: X-ray system for tall packages

Designed for high-speed can, bottle, carton, and pouch lines of up to 500 packages/min., the Xpert S400 horizontal beam X-ray system from Thermo Fisher Scientific detects metal, glass, dense plastics, and other foreign objects in tall-profile, vertically-oriented containers.
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Metal detection, X-ray, and checkweigh trends

These systems are getting more advanced and useful all the time. Here’s a quick rundown on where the technology stands today:
Metal detection and X-ray technology
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Metal detection and X-ray technology

Metal detection and X-ray technology from Sartorius includes units that feature four search heads that work off one HMI; and X-ray machines with no horizontal surfaces for easier cleaning and no possibility of contamination.
HD X-Ray inspection system features updated software
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HD X-Ray inspection system features updated software

Anritsu's X-Ray inspection systems can detect glass, stones, rubber, bones, stainless steel, wire and other dense contaminants automatically. Recently updated software now provides the ability to find product crimped in the seal, and the ability to analyze fat to lean ratios in a pipeline format.
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.
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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