Leading suppliers talk about what’s new in detection equipment and offer tips on choosing systems that will ensure all areas of detection are covered.
January 9, 2017
We spoke with some leading suppliers and experts about what’s new in detection and inspection systems for dairy processing. In this article we discuss this new technology, what dairy processors are looking for and what they should be aware of.
The Mettler Toledo Safeline Certus XR X-ray inspection system was designed specifically to offer an effective and highly efficient solution for cost-effective production line X-ray inspection of small packaged products.
In "Inspection gadgets" leading suppliers shared their expertise about what’s new in detection systems. In this dairyfoods.com exclusive, we include responses from some of these experts not included in the magazine article.
X-ray technology is becoming increasingly important in the food industry. For level and foreign objects control of their products, the Theo Muller group installed X-ray systems of the OCS Checkweighers GmbH, Kasierslautern. This means an important contribution in terms of consumer safety. Read about it in this case study.
Commonwealth Dairy epitomizes state-of-the-art. This joint venture between Ehrmann USA, the US subsidiary of Ehrmann AG, and Commonwealth Yogurt, started up its new, ultra-modern facility in Brattleboro, Vermontin May 2011. The SQF-certified plant, which produces yogurts for private label customers, adheres to superior quality standards. Illustrating their commitment to food safety, their three production lines are anchored with Osgood UltraClean fillers followed by SmartChek x-ray inspection systems from Mettler-Toledo Safeline.