Best in class detection X-ray Inspection System for the food and packaging industry.
Engineered for tough environments and designed for lower maintenance and a great lifetime cost of ownership.

 Versatile Models and reject systems to suit a wide range of packaged product
 Unique Quick belt release mechanism for easy cleaning and maintenance
 Easy to use Intuitive full colour icon driven touch-screen
 Sensitive Simple Calibration routine automatically optimises detection performance
 Groundbreaking New X-ray generator design featuring an 18W Eco Mode
 Long-lasting High efficiency heat exchanger ensures extended X-ray tube life
 Prevention Designed especially to prevent water collection and improve drying times

X-ray Inspection Systems

Finish:  304 stainless steel with brushed finish
Typical Line Height:  
900mm ± 50mm
System Length:
Belt Width:  
Maximum Pack Weight:
Supply Voltages:  
230/1ph/50Hz N+E or 110/1ph/60Hz N+E
Air Supply:
 5 to 8 bar
Reject Options:  
Signal only, Air Blast—single or twin, Pusher and others to order
IP66 as standard, NEMA 4X
Belt Type:  
Flat (food quality) belt
Standard Inclusions:
Quick release belt, Height adjustable feet, Mass Measurement,
                                            Missing product, Shape recognition, Image and report archiving,
Hinged interlocked covers, Variable speed
Reject confirmation, Bin full sensing, Reject bin, Survey meter,
Remote diagnostics, Lockable wheels, LomaEnet, Modem

Technical Specification

 AAT (Adaptive Array Technology) tailors resolution, depth and
scaling to give the best detection performance for any product
requiring inspection
 Industrial Grade PC with Ethernet and front access
USB port
 Embedded Windows XP operating system
 Digitally controlled WASC (Wide Angle, Self Cooled) high
performance X-ray tank. (Tube life estimated at 7 to 10 years)
 Computer vision system utilising image processing and
morphological techniques
 Pass Key protected set-up
 USB Report and image archiving
 Full diagnostic and system health monitoring with date
and time stamp archiving, including remote support tools
 Usage monitoring with planned maintenance prompts
 Modular system with digital communications between major
sub systems