Espera has developed a cost-effective vision control system that automatically verifies packages using high-resolution inline cameras. The ESVS Vision System can be used as a standalone quality control system, or integrated inline with any existing Espera weigh price labellers.
The Lector 65x matrix camera is part of SICK's family of image-based code readers. The product comes with 2 or 4 megapixel camera resolution and wide angle for a large working field.
The BVS-E Universal vision sensor from Balluff has integral processing electronics, lighting and two digital outputs. It combines the functions of the BVS-E Advanced and BVS-E Ident vision sensors in the one device.
White fish processor Kirwin Brothers decided on a Phantom metal detector from Fortress Technology to keep up with increased demand and its customers' requirements. Happy with the system, the company purchased a second.
Eagle Product Inspection has launched a new website and knowledge hub that aims to provide food and pharmaceutical manufacturers with information on technologies, trends, regulations and legislation in the inspection market.
Fujifilm has launched three types of UVSCALE, a UV light amount distribution measurement film that visualises light amount distribution of a broad range of UV lights using the colour optical density of the film.
New label-related technologies are reducing the errors that can be harmful to a brand or even present liability issues for a brand owner, while other technologies are improving the purchasing experience for consumers by giving them access to more information and helping them 'connect' with brands.
Integrating identification and inspection processes gives better visibility into the packaging area, which was previously a black hole, and an overall picture of what is happening on the production line, such as rejects per hour rates in real time.
Identification and inspection in food manufacturing are often regarded as two discrete processes; one bound by a plethora of legal and compliance requirements, the other an inherent part of manufacturing operations.
New technologies are making inspection systems in the food industry much easier to integrate, helping to ensure problems with recalls don't happen. This due diligence can protect both consumers and your brand. This eBook reviews the latest identification systems for your food plant. Download now.
The machine has six cameras that capture high-resolution images of each individual closure to identify defects such as short shots, colour deviations and micro-holes. It can check closures at speeds of up to 210,000 closures/h.
Covert, low-cost, heat-resistant, edible silica microtags can serve as invisible barcodes which can be incorporated into the very fabric of a food or pharmaceutical.
Real-time track-and-trace solutions can ensure that a food product is accurately tracked at every stage of the supply chain but this is only useful if the data is reliable, has been accurately gathered and has not been tampered with.
The Wenglor colour sensor for food, packaging and pharmaceuticals provides colour recognition even with changes in distance and is capable of evaluating up to three colours simultaneously.
The VT100 is suitable for packaging manufacturers and companies that are packing and sealing their own plastic packaging, paper packaging and food packaging.