Loma Systems' compact X5c is an X-ray system suitable for food manufacturers looking to upgrade their product inspection technology.
Key Technology has introduced the VERYX belt-fed digital sorters, which are customisable to suit varying product characteristics and production objectives.
Seeking to upgrade the quality of its products, Pott's Brewery in Germany has installed inspection technology from Krones for its swing-stopper bottling line.
MAGNATTACK Global specialises in design and manufacture of ultrahigh-intensity RE80 >11,000 gauss magnet systems of both manual and self-cleaning designs, engineered to ensure fine ferrous metal and fine magnetic fragments are extracted and retained in critical applications both prior to processing and at final packing off of products.
The single Dynamic Inspection multilane search head comprises separate apertures with individual products being inspected by each one.
In recent years, intelligent sensor and control solutions have made it possible to achieve both productivity and safety.
A&D Japan has released a metal detector which can check packaged goods that contain oxygen absorption sachets.
In the fight against the forgery of preparations, imitations and tampering of packaging, the European Union has defined a catalogue of measures intended to prevent fakes entering the legal supply chain of medicines.
SICK's PowerProx MultiTask photoelectric sensors combine the advantages of time-of-flight technology in a small housing with increased detection speed.
Amorim has developed technology that enables the delivery of natural cork stoppers with a non-detectable TCA guarantee.
The KTM Inox contrast sensor from SICK features high greyscale resolution and is integrated into a rugged stainless steel housing. The optimised OES4 ASIC technology, combined with a response time of 35 μs, ensures good detection of contrast marks, even on glossy materials.
The SICK LUTM luminescence sensor features a miniature housing combined with an IO-Link function.
FPE has available Eagle Product Inspection's food X-ray equipment product range.
SICK has developed its first 3D vision sensor — the TriSpector1000 — which can carry out inspection tasks without programming.
DFC Group of Companies has introduced a range of inspection systems, including stand-alone metal detectors and checkweighers and combination units.