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How to Detect Previously Undetectable Foreign Bodies

Food & Beverage

MDX—Dual Energy X-ray Technology

Eagle’s ‘How to Detect Previously Undetectable Foreign Bodies’ white paper takes a thorough look at Material Discrimination X-ray (MDX), the latest development in x-ray for food inspection.

This dual energy x-ray technology creates an easy-to-read image that distinguishes harmful contaminants from good product even if they share similar physical characteristics and densities such as bags of mixed salad leaves, cereals, nuts and confectionery. The ability of MDX to discriminate materials by their chemical composition (atomic number) enables the detection of historically undetectable inorganic contaminants such as stone, flat glass, bone, rubber and some plastics.

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