dried fruits x-ray inspection
LWX technology ensures the detection of even very small foreign material in raw food products that are transported continously on a conveyor belt, and is therefore a perfect choice for dried fruits X-ray inspection. The most common way of inspecting raw food products is inspecting the product pre-packaging. For products
soft cheese inspection

Soft cheese X-ray inspection

Posted by InnospeXion on  January 3, 2020

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2020’s first X-ray Friday image of the week is soft cheese quality inspection! Many food producers are still unaware of the multiple applications a high contrast, high definition X-ray system can have. Each potential product defect impacts quality differently. Now, particularly in the case of temperature-sensitive products such as dairy
xray safety

How Safe are X-ray Inspection Systems?

Posted by InnospeXion on  December 6, 2019

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“How safe is an X-ray Inspection System?” – this is one of our top 3 most asked questions by our clients. What’s our answer to that? Well, fasten your seat belt because you will find out soon! Last week, on our way to a client meeting in Norway, we took
insects in chickpeas

Insects in Chickpeas | Food Contamination

Posted by InnospeXion on  November 22, 2019

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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
detecting chicken bones
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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