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  1. New High Speed, Low Energy X-Ray Inspection System from Mettler Toledo

    While standard X-ray inspection systems use powerful generators to inspect products, the X36 Series uses highly sensitive X-ray detectors that require a less powerful (20 watt) generator to produce the same results, making it the most en-ergy-efficient X-ray system on the market. Its robust, hygienic design also makes it a reliable choice even in harsh washdown environments.

    Ideal for inspecting small, medium and large products, the X36 Series systems offer outstanding detection of contaminants that include metal, glass, mineral stone, calcified bone and high-density plastic and rubber. In addition to detecting contaminants, the systems also simultaneously offer product integrity checks such as measuring gross and zoned mass, counting components and checking the integrity of seal, guaranteeing all-round product quality. These capabilities result in safety and product quality benefits for both the manufacturer and its customers.

    Today’s regulatory bodies and consumers alike are focused on product safety and on protection of the environment through reducing energy use. The X36 Series inspection systems directly address both of these concerns.

    About METTLER TOLEDO Safeline
    METTLER TOLEDO Safeline is a wholly owned subsidiary of METTLER TOLEDO Inc., a global supplier of precision instruments with sales and service locations in 37 countries. The METTLER TOLEDO Product Inspection Group, consisting of CI-Vision, Hi-Speed and Safeline, is the world’s leading supplier of in-line checkweighers, metal detectors, machine vision systems and x-ray in-spection systems. Industries including food, beverage, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, personal care, plastics and chemicals use our solutions to continuously improve the quality of their products and improve the efficiency of their manufacturing and packaging processes.

    • Feb 22 2015 08:37 PM
    • by Simon