I have a question in connection with finished product quality checks.
At my current company we are filling our meat products into cans, alucups, and pouches.
After sterilization these products are in our warehouse for the time of maturation. In most cases if there is some problem with an item we can see it during the maturation time (several days).
Wrong sealing, packaging damage, micro holes cause leakage, swollen/puffy cans, or exploded cans (or alucups, or pouches).
These bad products can be sorted out before packing them into secondary, tertiary packaging and putting them on the pallets.
However in some cases micro-holes can cause swollen or exploded products AFTER the maturation, and after packing and putting finished good on pallets. After palletization it is really hard to detect those leaking or exploded items on the ready pallets. In most cases the shops found them when they put the products on the shelf.
Do you have a solution for checking the pallets so the damaged, swollen, leaking, exploded items can be found also in the middle of a pallet?
Cans are on the top of each other, or in cardboard trays. Alucups and pouches are in cardboard trays and boxes.