Eagle™ RMI3 Series

The Eagle RMI3 Series is specifically designed to operate in harsh washdown environments and ensures quality product inspection and contaminant detection in unpackaged bulk, open crate and carton applications, such as raw beef, pork, chicken and lamb.  It provides superior detection and automatic rejection of a wide range of foreign bodies such as:

The enhanced x-ray systems’ design has been engineered to NAMI industry standards for machine construction, ensuring fast and convenient product inspection, along with optimum quality assurance. The series is easy to operate and the entire machine can be disassembled by a single person in a matter of minutes for thorough sanitation and convenient maintenance cycles.


The Eagle RMI3/C x-ray system is identical to the RMI3/B, however, it is designed specifically for product inspection of closed cartons or open crates of raw beef, pork, chicken, lamb or similar products. The Eagle PRODUCT SWITCH™ is optimal for applications that process varied styles of cartons or crates. It delivers an automatic product changeover without stopping the production line, minimizing downtime and strengthening quality assurance.

Additional features and benefits include:

  • Built for tough, IP69 ingress protection, designed to NAMI sanitary standards for ease of inspection and fast cleaning cycles.
  • Proprietary SimulTask™ PRO software ensures compliance with HACCP principles and global safety regulations by providing on-screen diagnostics, advanced image analysis and quality assurance traceability.
  • CAT 3 safety circuit with system status visualization standard.
  • Network capability allowing remote access by Eagle expert technicians to quickly diagnose and correct most issues without dispatching a technician for on-site service.
  • TraceServer™ option manages critical inspection data on a PC or Network.
  • Eagle MDX™ option is a dual energy technology that accurately discriminates materials by chemical composition for those hard to find contaminants.
  • Click here to see reject mechanisms for this x-ray machine.