Eagle Pack 550 PRO and 430 PRO X-ray inspection systems
The Eagle Pack 550 PRO and 430 PRO safeguard bulk packaged products, while their fat analysis tools provide accuracy for meat processors. Both systems enable accurate identification and removal of foreign bodies in large-packaged food. In addition, the two systems offer quality measurements such as mass, missing item, fill level and premium detection.
The 500 PRO X-ray inspection system is suitable for users with mid- to large-sized bulk packaged food items such as cereals, rice, flour, sugar, potatoes, fruit and vegetables. The system has an enhanced graphical interface, high-speed imaging, increased contaminant detection, on-screen self-diagnostics, full multilane and multiview capabilities and dynamic belt adjustments.
The system gives users the option to integrate material discrimination X-ray (MDX) technology into the X-ray system if desired. MDS enables users to detect and remove previously undetectable inorganic contaminants such as glass shards, rocks, rubber and plastics in applications where high levels of product density make X-ray images busy and difficult to interpret.
With Eagle SimulTask image processing software and dual energy technology, the system identifies unwanted foreign bodies within the packaged product, removing any contaminated items from the processing line.
The 430 PRO is capable of inspecting a wider variety of larger packages than its predecessor while retaining the same machine footprint. Users can scan products up to 177 mm h and 257 mm w.
With a belt width of 430 mm, the system is suitable for short, flat packages as well as multicompartment trays, bulk packaged goods and cups used in thermoform, fill-seal applications. The system gives high-speed imaging for up to 120 m/min.
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