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Anritsu Industrial Solutions USA: X-rays detect low-density contaminants

Anritsu’s Dual X technology uses 2 separate x-rays to provide a more exacting means of detecting bones and other low-density items.                
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Developed to enhance the performance of its KD7400 line of X-ray Inspection Systems, Dual X technology differentiates between product and contaminant by analyzing 2 separate x-ray energy signals. Designed for use in the poultry industry, where bones are exceptionally difficult to detect. It is also well suited for detecting glass and stone in bulk nuts/grains and for items 50mm high or less (hamburger patties, sausage links, granola bars and more).

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