checkweighing with x-ray inspection

Checkweighing with x-ray inspection. Now more common than ever food production facilities are turning to x-ray food inspection systems. As oppose to the classic metal detection systems of the past.

Checkweighing With X-Ray Inspection – Why?

Even though metal detection still has a valuable place in the inspection arena checkweighing with x-ray inspection is now becoming the norm due to the high demands that retailers place on the testing that has to take place before it reaches the shelves.

Furthermore used with an inline checkweigher and a vision inspection system. Every single anomaly, containment and irregularity automatically rejected by the system. Continued irregular packages will cause a system shut down and an alarm will sound so that a physical check can be made. Identifying the problem and avoiding waste. Recalls eliminated  every package  inspected without fail. This process reduces costly waste and can contribute to the overall yield produced.

Checkweighing With X-Ray Inspection & Vision!

In addition as mentioned another inspection system that is ever more popular are the vision inspection systems. Checking packages from above and below. Each package has an image taken and archived for future reference. Every package shape recorded and monitored. At all times offending items will be rejected with pushers or by pneumatic air.

The ultimate production line would in an ideal world consist of the following set up. Checkweigher, Metal detection system. X-Ray inspection systems then a vision inspection system. This gives 100% visibility on every product that passes through the system. Every offending package rejected, recorded and tracked. By using all four inspection systems you guarantee costly product recalls or supermarket fines for inferior products.

Finally for more information on the Bizerba range of products and services including checkweighing with x-ray inspection systems then contact us today. We offer free site surveys and consultation visits.

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