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On Demand Webinar

Detecting Glass-in-glass Contamination with X-ray Inspection

On Demand Webinar

Learn how x-ray inspection can safeguard your products from glass contamination in glass packaging

X3750 Main Features Video

This on-demand webinar reveals how x-ray systems support with ensuring optimal detection of glass-in-glass contamination to protect consumers, prevent product recalls and safeguard reputations. 

Glass packaging is one of the top choices for food and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Despite its popularity, glass packaging poses a significantly safety risk and the effects of glass-in glass contamination can be highly damaging. However, selecting the right x-ray inspection system, will guarantee optimum contamination detection to safeguard your products.

Learn in this webinar how x-ray inspection systems detect glass contaminants, among other foreign bodies, within glass packages at high throuhputs. 

The webinar covers the following topics:

  • Basic principles of x-ray inspection technology
  • Glass-in-glass contamination
  • The correct choice of x-ray beam technology for your application
  • Full demo of the X3750 X-ray Inspection system
1 hour
English

The risk of glass-in-glass contamination and its highly damaging effects, combined with increasingly stringent safety regulations worldwide, make it more important than ever for manufacturers to have x-ray systems that offer the most sensitive product inspection. Glass containers are one of the most challenging types of packaging to inspect, mainly because the primary contaminant is glass which is the same material and density as the packaging. X-ray inspection solutions have been designed to overcome these challenges. Selecting the right x-ray inspection system is fundamental to guaranteeing optimum glass-in-glass detection. However, X-ray inspection equipment can only solve contamination problems as long as each element - from beam angle to reject mechanism - has been chosen to fit the line and the product. For this reason, knowledge of the various formats and their suitability for different types of detection is essential.

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