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The Eagle Product Inspection FA720 bulk system analyzes fat to ensure processors supply meat at customer-specified chemical lean values.
X-ray systems detect foreign objects by measuring the density of product and detecting differences or irregularities.
The Eagle Pack 430 inspection system utilizes material discrimination X-ray dual-energy technology to detect and remove contaminants in mid-sized packed products with complex density levels such as prepacked salads, snack items and frozen vegetables
The company uses the highest-quality production equipment and maintains vigilance in seeing that each jar of salsa meets the demanding standards of every other jar.
Capable of detecting poultry bones and small bone fragments on high-speed poultry processing lines, the Anritsu DualX X-ray inspection system has 2 X-ray signals that simultaneously distinguish between each poultry product and its contaminants.
Designed for the harsh washdown environments in the meat and poultry industry, the Eriez E-Z Tec XR-Clean X-ray inspection system meets USDA, FDA, AMI and 3A Dairy standards.
A new range of contaminants, product defects and packaging imperfections are being spotted by the latest styles of multi-beam X-ray systems and optical inspection technologies.
Metal detection is a fact of life in the food processing industry. Most processors, whether they process snacks, meats, grains or liquids, have either metal detectors or X-ray machines to detect and control metal contamination.
The Eriez E-Z Tec XR-Bulk X-ray inspection system inspects virtually any continuous product stream for foreign objects (metal, glass, stone, bone and some plastics), count, seal integrity, weight, shape, item position and presence/absence of items.