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Cintex of America, Inc: X-ray inspection

InSight X-Ray Inspection from Cintex (Kenosha, WI) can detect contaminants such as metal, glass, stone, plastic or rubber inside most types of packages at line speeds of 300'/min.
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Packages can be up to 60 mm (2.4") thick. It also detects missing under-filled or broken products. Designed for on-line use the system has a small footprint requiring only 5' of line space.

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