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The core technology is stable, but the capabilities and precision of automated inspection systems are expanding by leaps and bounds.
This e-handbook focuses on the state of automation in food and beverage, with additional focus on how conveying, sorting, and packing equipment play into the mix.
June's Equipment Round Up brings metal detection and x-ray machines from manufacturers such as Anritsu Industrial Solutions, Cognex Corp, InspX LLC, S+S Inspection Inc. and Loma Systems
One Veryx sorter from Key Technology replaced 12 older sorters, improved accuracy and increased throughput 35 percent.
The right in-line inspection system can look for contaminants, check for weight and gauge fat content – all at the same time.
Salinas, Calif.-based Pure Pacific Organics processes healthy foods, including organic fresh-cut products such as spring mix, baby spinach and more. Product quality and food safety are the driving forces, which led the company to search for an automated inspection system.
Machine vision breakthroughs are ushering in a new generation of food inspection systems that do more for less than previous solutions.
Quickly inspect fresh and individually quick frozen berries, as well as crumble and powder products, with the Veryx digital sorter.
Industrial metal detectors may be old technology, but greater sensitivity, fewer false rejects and ease of use are helping them maintain their relevance in food and beverage inspection.
The U.S. FDA and China's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine renewed an agreement to enhance cooperation between the two nations on food and feed safety.
The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service says it has finalized standards to reduce salmonella and campylobacter in chicken and turkey, and is updating testing procedures.
The Sortex F optical sorter from Buhler features open access for quick and easy cleaning.
June's Equipment Round Up focuses on Metal Detection and X-Ray Machines
Key Technologys Optyx 3000 Series Sorter with Raptor Laser Technology combines proprietary color cameras with laser technology to maximize the detection and removal of defective product and foreign material.
Key Technology introduces Optyx sorters designed specifically for kettle-style potato chips.
Lab testing will always be the gold standard in food inspection, but rising throughput rates are leading to more quality assurance at the point of production.
La Provence bakery relies on metal and X-ray detectors plus checkweighers to maintain quality and safety.
Secondary packaging and checkweighing equipment can both add versatility and yield useful data for food and beverage manufacturers.
Key Technology introduces Manta, a high volume, high performance sorter featuring a two-meter wide scan area that increases throughput within a space-saving footprint.
This white paper offers information on ensuring compliance with radiation uses for food inspection.
Separate technologies provide unique powers not found in metal detectors.
The building in Lutz, Fla. is a few miles north of the division's former Tampa headquarters, and include both offices and manufacturing.
Key Technology Introduces RemoteMD (monitoring and diagnostics) which helps customers worldwide improve equipment performance, increase uptime, enhance maintenance efficiency, and extend equipment life.
Key's web-based training program now includes 60 modules that cover the hardware, software, and G6 user interface of Manta, Optyx, Tegra, and ADR as well as Iso-Flo vibratory shakers.