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WHITE PAPER: Metal detection vs. X-ray inspection: What's best for food safety? WHITE PAPER: Metal detection vs. X-ray inspection: What's best for food safety?
Market-driven as well as regulatory mandates keep raising the bar for food processors seeking proper detection of foreign contaminants in food products. This white paper from Thermo Fisher Scientific explains the differences between technologies as well as how and where each is best.
Thermo Fisher Scientific
New Video! Live Drum Spiral Conveyor New Video! Live Drum Spiral Conveyor
The Live-Drum Spiral can be designed to accommodate several sizes of products (bags, cases, trays, cups, jars) on one production line with no changeover.
Nercon Eng. & Mfg., Inc.
On-Line Seminar: Improve induction cap sealer output & reduce rejects On-Line Seminar: Improve induction cap sealer output & reduce rejects
Learn how to control & monitor sealing energy, use inspection to improve quality control, & why electrically integrating your sealer is important. Strategies will be shared to maximize productivity & reduce downtime & rejects. Read more.
Enercon Induction Cap Sealers
Ultrasonic sealing technology that reduces materials, maintenance, and energy Ultrasonic sealing technology that reduces materials, maintenance, and energy
Triangle demonstrates the versatility of its ultrasonic sealing technology in this video. The sealing technology is designed to reduce material consumption through a 50-80% narrower seal versus heat. There is also a reduction of package headspace and a potential reduction in secondary packaging.
Triangle Package Machinery Company
Top-load case packing capabilities video Top-load case packing capabilities video
Watch this top-load case packing equipment capabilities from Delkor Systems to understand the company's mastery of top-load case packing equipment, from case erectors to packers to sealers.
Delkor Systems
APRIL 12, 2012
Trends and drivers for
machine vision technology
Machine vision is heating up, and here is how it’s impacting packaging:
1. When size goes down and power goes up, performance benefits. Due to miniaturization and advances in the power of digital signal processors (DSP), imaging sensors, and decoding algorithms, traceability applications such as ID code reading, text verification, label inspection, and mark quality assessment can now be accomplished more economically by inspection systems.

2. New requirements are driving new technology. Facing increased regulations in the coming years to fight counterfeiting and improve food and drug safety, major pharmaceutical and food manufacturers have put traceability at the top of their agenda. Most of them uniquely code each lot or batch to identify time and location of production to make recalls more efficient and less costly. But this is not sufficient to meet the increased regulations of the future that will involve traceability, serialization, and authentication requirements.

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Case study
Labeling needs met at contract beverage manufacturer
Since expanding operations to offer contract packaging services in 2001, Carolina Beverage Group has grown rapidly and established itself as an innovative U.S. contract beverage manufacturer.
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Supplier News
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Eriez hires three technical
sales reps
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Amcor Rigid Plastics announces major expansion of multilayer PP bottle capacity in US and Canada
to shift manufacturing footprint closer to customers
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MG America named exclusive distributor for Promatic and
Macofar lines of Romaco machinery
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New Equipment
Vision Research Cognex Thermo Fisher Scientific
Compact digital camera Vision system System combines checkweighing with coding, verification
Multivac Inc. Shuttleworth, Inc. MULTIPOND America Inc.
Automatic traysealers Conveyor reaches speeds up to 500 ft./min. Adaptive filter software for weigher
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VIDEO
Bubble testing for medical device packaging
In this video taken at MD&M West/WestPack, Scott Levy, packaging engineer with DDL, demonstrates a bubble leak test to depict a failed medical device package.
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