How to Detect Previously Undetectable Foreign Bodies

Find out how MDX technology is enhancing the safety and quality of multi-textured foods.

Food processors worldwide have been relying on Material Discrimination X-ray (MDX) technology since 2007 to detect physical contaminants, such as flat glass, rocks and low-density rubber and plastics, which often lie undetected with traditional x-ray systems.

Eagle’s ‘How to Detect Previously Undetectable Foreign Bodies’ video lasts approximately 3 minutes and explains what MDX is, how it works, and the benefits it offers manufacturers of multi-textured foods, such as bags of granola, dried fruits, nuts, vegetables and bags of salad and sweets.

In addition, the video shows how the technology is indispensable for manufacturers of bulk and packaged products keen to enhance quality, safety and productivity on their lines, as well as meet ever-increasing customer demands.