How to Select Critical Control Points for X-ray Systems

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Common entry points for contaminants


Incorporating x-ray inspection systems into a production line helps manufacturers comply with national and international regulations, as well as standards set by retailers. However, as a manufacturer how can you determine the best locations for installation?

This webinar takes a look at x-ray contamination detection machines, how they work and the overall benefits of food inspection equipment in a production facility. It outlines the seven principles of ‘Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points’ (HACCP) and gives detailed steps to conduct, identify, assess and reduce high risk zones within a production facility.

Watch this webinar to learn how to define common entry points for physical contaminants and how x-ray systems help to strengthen quality control programs by performing additional quality assurance checks such as component count, fill level inspection, mass measurement and more.

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