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Detecting fragments as small as 0.3mm in diameter at faster speeds

Published: 04-Dec-2012 | Format: PDF file | Document type: Case Study

With retailers demanding better ways of checking your products, together with the increased attention on customer safety and security, detecting problems before your customers do is essential.

Well below the range of visual detection, an X-Ray inspection system can help detect fragments as small as 0.3mm in diameter, without compromising on speed.

To see how a major European manufacturer of chicken products has achieved a 90% reduction in manual checking and now processes around 290,000 chickens a day, please read the case study.

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