Eagle Product Inspection Performance X-ray Technology (PXT) and RMI 400 X-ray machine
New detector technologies from Eagle Product Inspection enable poultry processors to find bone fragments as small as 0.6 mm.
In the poultry industry, minute bone fragments pose constant challenges and risks for recalls and even consumer injuries. Such tiny pieces of calcified bone can be easily overlooked in chicken products bound for human consumption.
To help processors prevent such issues and protect their products and brands, Eagle Product Inspection has developed a next-generation detector technology, Performance X-ray Technology (PXT), that captures detailed data about a product.
PXT can identify bone fragments down to 1 mm in size in fresh, frozen and refrigerated poultry products as well as in bulk flow and retail poultry portions.
When paired with the RMI 400 X-ray machine, the technology has been shown to detect bones as small as 0.6 mm.
High-resolution product images are processed instantly through the use of Eagle’s latest SimulTask PRO image analysis software.
In addition to helping solve problems in the poultry industry, Eagle’s PXT detector technologies are now available in several Eagle X-ray machines for general food applications.
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