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Posted 28 October 2018 - 06:41 PM

Determining Detectability of Detectable Products
 
Taking place:
Friday, November 02, 2018 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time
This is a 11.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenters:
Robert Rogers, Senior Advisor Food Safety & Regulation, Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection Division 
 
Webinar Overview:
Product recalls due to foreign material continue to occur. Common materials include metal, glass and plastic. Inspection technologies such as metal detection and x-ray inspection systems are capable of detecting these contaminations however it is important to understand the level of detection. Depending on the material type and the inspection device utilized, detection may be easier or more challenging. This presentation will outline general capabilities for both metal detection and x-ray inspection systems as well as explore what some materials manufactures are doing to make these material more detectable.
 
 

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Posted 02 November 2018 - 06:22 PM

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david : Jamaica in the house WHATS UP EVERYBODY!!!!!
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Kathy : hello from Seward Alaska
Yehia : Hello from Cairo, Egypt
Muhammad : hi from Pakistan
Ahmed Nady Farghaly : hi Yehia
Tim Pheland : detecable bandaids? (required by BRC)
Cristina : Hello, from Alicante
Kathy : X-ray detectable bandaids are not being detected by our x-ray equipment. any ideas why?
kosaraju m : hi
Deyvid Ugalde : Good morning from Costa Rica
Simon Timperley : Please save question until the end.
Andreas : Hi from Texas
caroline Van Belle : we still see the first slide 
Maryam : Hello.from.Canada
Jimmy : afternoon from Devon and a very full of grapes winery
Tim Pheland : Kathy have you tried the X-ray detectable or just the metal detectable ones?
Pauline : Thanks!
Tausi Abdul : Greetings from Tanzania
Tim Pheland : These BRC required (detectable bandaids) seem to be real tough to detect
Cindy  : Thanks
Kathy : purchased the special ones that claim to be x-ray detectable due to BRC non-conformance
Tim Pheland : Kathy we are in the same boat as you.... hopefully there is some info in this webinar regarding bandaids
Nila : Good day from Toronto.
Maria Luisa : Hello from Spain
Felicia : Good morning from Vancouver
Abdul Salaam : GOOD EVENING FROM QATAR
Tim Pheland : anyone help with the band-aid question?   f you are BRC you MUST have this capability
christen  : Thanks
heather : hI everyone from Boston
clifford : i can't get on the webinar
JEAN CARMONA : Hello everyone, greetings from Florida!
Simon Timperley : Clifford chrome and firefox recommended as less problems
Béatrice : Hello everybody  from Madagascar!
Tim Pheland : band-aid detectable?   xray? metal detection?  niether?
Ivonne : hello frlom Toluca
Benjie : hello everyone from.Philippines!
Víctor Manuel Rodríguez Gonzà lez : hello from El Salvador
Brooke : We have bandaids that are blue with a metal strip in them so that they are metal detectable. Amazon sells them.
Enrique : Metal detctable pens, liners, labels, to be detectable it has to be a big significant piece, otherwhise it will not detect.
Tim Pheland : xray detectable???
Rishika : Can different product formats and sizes be passed through same metal detector  or x- ray?
Isabella : Metal detection: What test piece size are you using? And do you see false rejects with this?
Latha Murugesan : Can you please explain if there is an acceptable range for number of acceptable false rejects? for example, if you see 5 rejected packages and you run them through the metal detector again and the  machine pass all those 5 packages, can you consider 5 as acceptable false rejects?
robert : will recording be available to share with colleagues?
Ryad Elramy : hello from egypt
david : I work with a Completely Dry  Production Facility, This seems to apply more to  wet production facilities where on my line would i apply the metal detection method?
Isabella : X-ray: Are you able to detect broken glass in glass packaging?
david : ?
christen  : how are we getting the certificate after this webinar ?
Tim Pheland : What success have you experience with "xray" detectable bandaids?  We seem to be having trouble detecting them consistently.
Jen : Do you have any advice for x-ray machines and slipped images? We seem to experience this a lot, number of units out exceed number of units inspected.
Michelle : We are organic facility. Xray machines our certifier tells us some are ok to use some are not. Irradiation is their concern. Are there types of xrays to look for to avoid their concern?
Pauline : we observed that detectable plastic material are usually more breakable than non detectable plastic, therefore since they are not so well detected, isn't the risk of foreign body really increased?
Joren : In case of x-ray detection, are systems/algorithms able to distinguish between overlap of multiple products (higher density) and actual contaminants?
Krista : We produce starch and we often see false rejects on our in line metal detector due to the static of the product. Is there a way to adjust the detectors to avoid this?
Ryad Elramy : does the humidity of the environemt affect on metal detector ?
André  : is it need to he supplier of metal detector, to validate every year hte test pieces , that is given by themself?
Pauline : Some foreign body are visible on the X Ray Screen, but are not detected by the machine : are there systems which would allow to detect unusual forms?
robert : could recycled pack material of carton cause false rejects ?
Tim Pheland : can you please address the BRC required x ray detectable band aids being un-detectable
maria : i work with a completely herb production facility we dont have a metal detector ? we need one?
Deshraj Sharma : hi . deshraj . india
Tim Pheland : Talking about the "crop" or "masking" feature for the jar example... is this an actual crop of the image or is it a function of defining and reducing the pixel range within that location?
Rishika : Is there a changeable senstivity on a x-ray similar to metal detector?
robert : thanks for your explanation and presentation
Deshraj Sharma : hi
Ndeye Mossane : thanks for the presentation
Pauline : Thank you for the useful info and your answers!
Annette : Thank you both!
Andreas : Great , thanks
Sylvia : Thanks North Carolina
Rachel Budke : Thanks!
Ndeye Mossane : thanks you Mr Simon
JOCELYN LEE : Thank you!

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