Vision Inspection

The Bizerba ThermoSecure L Vision inspection system. A full packaging and production line vision inspection system. Not only  will it check the packages for damaged goods. It will also check for misplaced labels and check the seal integrity of the final product.

Where to use a vision inspection system.

Use a vision inspection system. Anywhere you wish to avoid product recalls. A stand alone vision system. Can also be used outside of the food industry. An alternative to the Thermosecure is the Bizerba BVS®-L maxx vision inspection system.

Furthermore, it will check seals, labels and defective packages. The end of the line vision inspection system will enhance your offering to the end user. Guaranteeing a perfect product every time. Used in conjunction with an x-ray food machine or metal detector. The system is infallible.

The Luceo Thermosercure L is new to the Bizerba portfolio. This latest development further guarantees a quality product at the end of the production line.

As well as the vision system, it is also equipped to control and reject the offending packages. In turn it will also track and trace the product source and identify quickly any areas of concern in the production line.

The vision system address’s a number of inspection needs in the production industry.

Watch our latest video highlighting some of the Luceo’s key features.

Dual Lane Vision inspection system.

Single or dual lanes. The system can cope with multiple lines and report accordingly. Used inline as a standalone inspection or in conjunction with a further checkweigher system.

If you would like more information or would like to see the system in action. Feel free to contact Bizerba today. Currently offering free site surveys and consultation solutions for your industrial plant.

Once in place you can be confident that you will have the full support of technical service engineers across the country if the need arises. All inspection systems come with the required software. This is also compatible with third party machines.

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