How to Understand the Probability of Detection of Food with X-ray Inspection

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Best Solution for Your Production Line

Fact: anyone who says their x-ray machine offers 100% contaminant detection is over promising. Probability of detection is complex and it’s important to ask the right questions before purchasing an x-ray inspection machine. Before committing, find out what you need to know to help you determine the best solution for your production line, such as:

  • Contaminant placement
  • Number of passes
  • Product density and texture
  • Packaging types and system design

Watch the webinar to find out the kind of questions you should be asking to properly discuss probability of detection of food with x-ray inspection and determine the best solution for your production line.

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Brad Loaves

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