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Eagle Product Inspection: X-ray inspection system

Eagle’s new Tall PRO XSDV, a dual view x-ray inspection system for packaged products comes complete with a special new reject function.
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The technology offers superior sensitivity, capable of detecting contaminants up to 50 per cent smaller than traditional machines. With a single x-ray generator, the Tall PRO XSDV produces two beams, enabling the inspection of different sides of each pack as it passes through the search head, maximizing detection rates.

The Tall PRO XSDV features a slim-line profile with a small footprint that is ideal for food production facilities with limited factory floor space.  It is suitable for the inspection of tall rigid containers, including ready meals, powdered products, food cans, sauce bottles, or food pouches. The system is even able to check fill levels on packs, facilitating portion control for enhanced production line efficiency.

Users of the Tall PRO XSDV could benefit from integrating the company’s proprietary TraceServer™ and TraceViewer™ data collection software into their production line. Collecting valuable production data as well as machine status information from multiple Eagle inspection devices at the same time, TraceServer™ is able to consolidate records and store them in one easy-access database, maximizing overall efficiency for manufacturers. With TraceViewer™, users can view or print records for later analysis, and can even access files from other programs using standard SQL application interfaces.

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