Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection has launched dual energy detectors

Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection has launched dual energy detectors

It is optimised for detecting foreign bodies such as calcified bone, low-mineral glass, rubber, and some plastics, and it works well with packages of pasta, chicken breasts, sausages, and frozen potato-based foods. In addition, it works well with packages of pasta, chicken breasts, sausages, and frozen potato-based foods.

In addition, the business asserted that the newly developed Advanced Material Discrimination software is able to differentiate and get rid of the predominant material of the food product that is visible in the x-ray image.

According to Gareth Jones, head of engineering for Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection, “This is truly cutting-edge technology that addresses a real demand in the market for x-ray inspection capable of detecting low-density contamination in a wide range of packaged food goods.” “This addresses a real demand in the market for x-ray inspection capable of detecting low-density contamination in a wide range of packaged food goods,” he said.

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They are able to better protect their items as well as their brand, which is beneficial to their organisation. Furthermore, they are able to save money by lowering the percentage of false rejects they issue as well as the amount of merchandise that they dispose of.