Food Contaminant Detection

Food Contaminant Detection, or inspection systems. Due to the amount of recent food product recalls. Food inspection systems are now a standard requirement in all areas from food production to food distribution.

Use the very latest technology in your production and there will be no need to worry about product recalls. Incorrectly programmed systems will lend them selves to failure.

What Food Contaminant Detection is right for me?

A detection system or inspection system. There are three main areas to look at. X-Ray Food machines. Vision inspection systems and Metal detectors. Using a combination of the above will guarantee that all the products are perfect when they leave your premises.

However, you will not always need to incorporate all three inspection systems. Food containment detection can normally be done with only one system. Depending on the plant the food produced and the contamination risks within the plant.

One of the newest inspection systems Bizerba has developed is the new Luceo Vision inspection system. Used in conjunction with a checkweigher, the vision system will detect and reject all and any packages that are not the correct weight. Over fill or under fill. Labelling incorrectly placed or damaged production items.

Watch the Luceo Vision Packaging Inspection video.

Watch food contaminant detection in progress. 

Used in conjunction with a checkweigher the vision system will identify any inferior products, used inline with a food x-ray system or metal detector. This will ensure nothing will slip through the net during production.

Furthermore, consider using Bizerba BRAIN software. Guaranteeing a production line that is running as efficiently as possible. The software can be adapted to your individual requirements and can also be used in conjunction with existing software from third parties.

For more information on the products and services on offer, you can contact Bizerba for a free site survey or just call for a brief discussion. We are here to help with all your food production requirements.

 

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