X-Ray for Packaged Goods

The Packaged Products X-Ray is ideal for packaged food or non-food products in big sizes, for example in boxes with plastic packaging and even boxes with metal foils or metal cans. X-Ray systems inspect for a full range of possible contaminants including metallic, and non-metallic (glass, ceramic, stone, bone, rubber, plastic etc.). Cassel X-Rays can inspect metallic and non-metallic packaging and canned goods. Inspection is not affected by temperature, humidity, salt content or any other product effects.

  • X-Ray detector diode size 0.8 mm, optional 0.4 and 0.2 mm
  • X-ray source is 1 pc. high power x-ray generator, with max. 120kV (400W), variable in voltage + current, integrated closed oil cooling circuit
  • Polyurethane belt white (FDA) conveyor
  • Conveyor speed by product 30-60 m/min


How the X-Ray for Packaged Goods Works:

X-Ray inspection is sorting based on product density. An X-Ray inspection machine takes an image that is pixel based. The machine compares pixel density to stored pictures of “good” product to detect defects and contaminants. If the density of a product falls outside of acceptable range the reject mechanism removes the contaminated product out of the product flow.