Checking the quality of canned goods It is the responsibility of the food inspector to ensure that these standards have been satisfied and maintained, that the can’s contents have not been significantly contaminated by metal, and that no banned preservatives or colouring agents have been added.
Glass, metal, mineral stone, high-density plastic, and calcified bone are all discovered by X-ray equipment in canned goods. It can be difficult to find physical pollutants on the base or side walls of cans, especially if the can has side wall ribbing.
The Global Canned Food X-ray Inspection System market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Mettler-Toledo’s new x-ray inspection system for small, single-pack products. The X34C offers the market an original x-ray solution: immediately following flow, cost-effective inspection of individual packs and bars -packaging or wrapping.
The X34C is a new x-ray inspection system from Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection that is specifically developed to quickly find contamination in small, individually packaged products.
The X34C has many of the same benefits and features as other x-ray system models in the Mettler-Toledo Safeline line. They include the user-friendly operational software, such as ContamPlus, that both the basic X34 and X36 systems employ.
Automated product setup further increases production uptime and product safety while requiring less operator training. The Total Cost of Ownership is decreased as a result of these factors.
The ProdX data management software from Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection, which facilitates supply chain digitization, compliance, and traceability, can also be connected to the X34C.
The X34C’s hardware can be customised to match customer needs, including adding an airblast reject mechanism to quickly remove contaminated items. The front of the system is easily accessible, which makes maintenance tasks simpler. The x-ray system is built to function in a variety of office settings.
For ingress protection, it is rated at IP55 as standard. For manufacturing situations that demand a higher level of dust protection, IP65 is also an option.
Customers who choose Active Cooling using a fan system can choose a cooler ambient factory temperature (less than 30 degrees Celsius), which can enhance the system’s environmental performance.
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