Author: InnospeXion

22 Nov 2019
insects in chickpeas

Insects in Chickpeas | Food Contamination

How can one determine the presence of inspects in chickpeas with the help of X-ray technology? While small insect are difficult to see due to low attenuation, their presence is clearly visible and indicated by holes created inside the chickpeas. Fig. 1. The image illustrated a non-contaminated chickpea (to the [...]
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18 Oct 2019
detecting chicken bones

Detecting Chicken Bones | Chicken Drumsticks & Legs

X-ray Friday image of the week: chicken drumsticks. Detecting chicken bones is influenced by product characteristics, such as the type of bones that chicken has. Did you know that all chicken bones are not alike when seen through an X-ray inspection system? A bone is not just a bone. The [...]
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11 Oct 2019
glass detection

Glass Detection | Food in Glass Packaging

X-ray friday image of the week: pickles in glass jars. Glass detection is crucial in food production lines. Let's find out why.  Replacing plastic packaging with glass packaging started to become a trend among environmentally conscious food producers, but is your production line ready for such a shift? Are you [...]
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16 Sep 2019
pin bone detection

Pin Bone Detection: X-ray Bone Detection in Salmon

Pink Salmon has some of the smallest and hardest known fish bone that could be as small as small as 0,1 mm in diameter. This is why pin bone detection is a very challenging quality assurance task. The samples of Salmon fillets have been tested at varying speeds and using [...]
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