By Food in Canada staffFacilities Maintenance Food Safety
S+S Inspection now offers a new X-Ray inspection system with real-time software and bottom-up shoot configuration
Bartlett, Ill. – S+S Inspection has introduced the Raycon X-Ray inspection system.
The company says the system is designed for the food industry to help detect a wide variety of metallic and non-metallic contamination in packaged and unpackaged products.
The system can identify agglomerated, deformed, broken and missing items, even in metallic packaging.
The new Raycon uses a long-life X-Ray tube and proprietary real-time software running on an industrial PC.
It also uses a Bottom-up Shoot configuration (with the X-Ray source under the conveyor) instead of over-the-top, which the company says can provide a full product width inspection.
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