It may sound like a tall order to be able to safeguard products while maximizing productivity, but it’s done in short order with Eagle’s advanced inspection systems that perform concurrent checks for safety and quality assurance. Eagle’s know-how, based on decades of experience and across a range of industries, has led to the development of inspection solutions that find and reject contaminants and check attributes ranging from component count to package integrity and much more.
Everyone wants to get more value for their money. That’s true for consumers who want the best quality at the best value, and it’s true for food and beverage manufacturers who seek to maximize operational efficiency while delivering the highest quality, safest products.
Our team of innovators at Eagle, using decades of industry know-how have developed advanced inspection systems that allow manufacturers to get more out of their equipment by building in capabilities for superior contamination detection as well as quality assurance checks that eliminate the use of other inspection machines and prevent slowdowns on high-speed lines. In addition to superior contaminant detection, Eagle’s SimulTask™ PRO advanced imaging technology with the widest greyscale range in the industry, was designed to conduct key quality control checks including mass measurement, component count, fill level, package integrity and missing or damaged items.
SimulTask™ PRO also can be used as a tool for traceability, given the fact that information is captured in real-time, accessible and saved for reference. In short, you can assess products, detect issues or problems, and remove items that don’t meet your strict standards for safety and quality. If needed later on to verify product information like counts or mass measurement, a manufacturer can refer back to information captured at the time of inspection.
Eagle offers a host of solutions for bulk, unpackaged and packaged products and across several product categories. The Pack 720 PRO offers superior inspection capabilities for multi-lane applications, enabling manufacturers to inspect numerous lanes of the same or dissimilar products. The Pack 320 PRO is another example of how manufacturers are using x-ray systems to increase productivity while delivering on safety; click here to see how one food company has leveraged the technology for contaminant inspection and quality checks of its soups and sauces.
Watch this webinar to learn the additional benefits x-ray inspection offers.