Eagle x-ray systems provide exceptional detection for product contaminants, regardless of their size, shape or location, within a variety of applications: Glass shards (including glass contamination within glass containers); metal fragments (including metal within foil and metalized film packaging); mineral stone; some plastic and rubber compounds; and calcified bone.
Eagle X-Ray systems have been installed in various Food applications: Ready Meals; bakery; dairy; fruit and vegetables; condiments; fish; snacks; cereals and grains; pet food; confectionery; infant feeding and meat.
Beverage applications can Include; Powdered tea; coffee; drinking chocolate; cans of baby formula milk powder; cartons of fruit Juice; plastic bottles of milk; glass bottles of beer and cans of lemonade.
Meat processors and slaughterhouses uses Eagle product inspection solutions to optimize the raw material, comply with end-product specifications, and maximize profits. What’s more. Eagle x-ray machines are capable of inspecting many different types of meat, whether fresh or frozen, bulk, blended or packaged in various types of packaging, without being affected by freeze/thaw plant conditions, metalized packaging or meat conductivity.
The Eagle technical team is highly experiencedin providing x-ray inspection solutions to the Poultry Industry and understand the different challenges inherent to the Industry, especially regarding detection of bones. Chicken bones have traditionally proved quite challenging to detect via x-ray inspection. This is because birds can be slaughtered at a young age, typically 4-6 weeks, which means bones don’t get a chance to calcify. What’s more, even If chickens are slaughtered at an older age, many chicken bones are very small.
- Machines come with IP65 sealing as standard to cater for the majority of sanitary requirements, and IP69K as an option for equipment used in harsh wash-down environments.
- Eagle X-ray inspection machines can detect air bubbles that might damage your product, missing ingredients, or packaging assembly errors.