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Posted 06 July 2018 - 05:49 PM

Complete Glass in Glass Detection with X-Rays
 
Taking place:
Friday, July 13, 2018 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time
This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenters:
Robert Rogers, Senior Advisor Food Safety & Regulation, Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection Division 
 
 
Webinar Overview:
Food manufacturers regularly use glass containers for a wide range of applications, including infant foods, cooking sauces, condiments, vegetables and pickles, beverages, and oils and dressings, to name just a few. Despite its popularity, glass packaging poses a significant safety risk and the effects of glass-in-glass contamination can be highly damaging. A tiny fragment of glass can cause serious injury to a consumer, and the subsequent adverse publicity (particularly if a baby or child was severely cut), combined with the high cost of product recalls, can have a devastating impact on a business. Selecting the right x-ray inspection system is fundamental to guaranteeing optimum glass-in-glass detection. X-ray inspection equipment cannot solve contamination problems unless each element – from beam angle to reject mechanism – has been chosen to fit the line and the product. We will discuss the factors affecting glass in glass detection capability and provide insight to selecting the proper solution.
 
 

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Posted 14 July 2018 - 10:21 AM

Chat logs from the webinar:

 

Rossana : Hello from Uruguay
Murali K Murthy : Hi Murali KSA
Kiriakos : Kalimera! Good morning in Greek.
Monica : good morning from Montreal
Mel Morris : Hi Mel from Ontario here
Muthupalaniappan : Hi lakshmanan DNV GL
Christine Morrison : Good afternoon from the Outer Hebrides of Scotland!
DAWN : Hi from Northamptonshire in the UK.
Arshala : good morning in canada
Jurly Rodriguez : Hello all, Jurly Rodriguez. Costa Rica.
Karin : Good afternoon from South Africa
RAJNEESH PATHAK  : Rajneesh Pathak from India
Darryl : Good evening!
Chandrashekar : hi shekar frm india
AbdulRahman : Good evening from Dubai
Francis : Did you have an uneventful trail run , Simon?
Seda : Hi from Ankara
Bisi : Hello from Uk
Priyanka : Priyanka from UK
Miriam : Hello From Mexico
lindu : Good evening everyone
Hasan  : merhaba seda..hasan from chicago
Sibonelo Terrence Mbatha : Afternoon All.....!
Brad : Good morning from N. California
Narongchai : No sound
Seda : merhaba Hasan
Ramarao : Hello from Murali R/India
Tina : Hi from Wisconsin!
Mark : Hello from Kansas USA
Yehia : Hello everybody
Narongchai : Can you hear Simon?
Christine Morrison : Happy birthday!!
Silvia  : Good morning from Colombia.
Arshala : video file not found
DAWN : CONGRATS ON THE 100TH WEBINAR
Arshala : i get this message
Mel Morris : yes we can
Mel Morris : actually IE is working fine today for me
Murali K Murthy : Congratulations
Atil : Hi
Stanley Martin : Hi All. Stanley Martin South Africa.
Priyanka : IE is wroking fine 
Dale : Hi Simon, no presentation just sound.
Edith : Hello from Uruguay
Simon Timperley : ok IE woke up :-)
Edith : not@sound
Jema : Hello from Nigeria
Simon Timperley : is yotube bocked in your business, the recording is playing from youtube
Narongchai : IE is OK, not for Chrome today
shan't : Hi! I'm from Russia
Dale : I am using chrome, but can't see any video
Tina : Are you going to provide us the slides later, SImon?
Simon Timperley : Good world cup shan't - thanks Russia
Simon Timperley : Yes Tina
Longinus : hi - from UAE
Tina : Thank you, Simon!
Simon Timperley : is yotube blocked in your business, the recording is playing from youtube
Tina : something wrong?
Dale : Happy Birthday! I clicked on the reconnect and chrome is working now. Thanks!
Nidia : no conection
Francis : Oh good , X rays are electrically generated. 
Dakis : That is good to know
Bilal : hello
Simon Timperley : Hello
Deepak : Hi.DeepakMathur
Eduardo : Hi - from Louisville, KY
Rosemarie : Hi from Winnipeg, Canada
Dakis : cherry pits may be quite hazardous...
jane : Hi from Lagos!
maribel : nice evening from the Philippines
MARY CLAIRE : hello
Dakis : That about the head spacec is very interesting
Mel Morris : head space is vital for the canning of low acid vegetables adn soups . the thermal process will be compromised if the head space is lower or higher than regulated, causing the thermal process to fail to kill all the spores, resulting in spoilage
Simon Timperley : Remember this is a recording.
Alan : What is the most common glass density that can be part of equipment process?  Not from jars.
Mel Morris : CFIA do specify different standards depending on intended audiences
DAWN : WHAT SIZE IS THE SMALLEST SIZE OF GLASS THAT CAN BE DETECTED?
Simon Timperley : Ge your head out of that bucket simon
Tina : Hi Maribel! from Phil too. working here in Wisconsin
Chandrashekar : how to identify recycled glass mfg
Chandrashekar : thks
Dakis : Am I the only one to have a returnng sound on my headphones?
Mel Morris : good point thanks
Atil : are there any specific stone tedt kits for xrays?
Mel Morris : yes all bottle are inverted and washed p;rior to filling
RAJNEESH PATHAK  : congratulations for100th webinor
Mel Morris : thanks Robert, Iwill
Chandrashekar : wht type of chemicals can be used for cleaning
MUHAMMAD HASSAN : hello.everyone
Mel Morris : thanks everyone very informative, heres to the next 100
April Thessa Diaz : Thanks Simon
lindu : Thank you
Rosemarie : thanks for the good information.
Chandrashekar : thks simon
Sibonelo Terrence Mbatha : Thank you.....! Very informative. 
Minerva : Thank you!
Adelaide : Thanks
MARY CLAIRE : Thank you Simon

Best Regards,

Simon Timperley
IFSQN Administrator
 
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