X-Ray Inspection in 2024

X-ray Inspection

X-ray Inspection in 2024 is becoming the new normal within the food production industry due to its enhanced safety measures and brand safeguarding capabilities.

These systems are expert at detecting foreign objects such as bone, glass, stone, and dense polymers present in food items, as well as identifying metal contaminants within foil trays or metallized packaging.

INSPIRON SYSTEMS LTD possess profound proficiency in Inspection, Weighing, and Labelling Systems. Our commitment extends beyond delivering premium products, as we offer unparalleled post-sales support across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

X-ray inspection is gaining prominence as a preferred method of inspection, especially among food companies supplying major supermarkets. This approach enhances precision, reduces instances of product recalls, and safeguards the reputation and branding of your company.

Advantages of X-Ray Inspection:

  • Ability to detect a wide range of contaminants.
  • Excellent detection capabilities for ferrous, non-ferrous, and stainless-steel metal impurities.
  • Reliable identification of bone, stone, thick polymers, and various other foreign materials.
  • Accurate inspection of items within aluminium trays or metallized foil packaging.
  • Detection of stainless steel and non-ferrous metals in food packaged in aluminium trays and foil wrapping.
  • Evaluation of product quality during the scanning process.


X-Ray Inspection system

The INS-TXE  offers optional automatic reject units, simple setup, a sizable clear touch-screen display, and additional features designed to align with both BRC and supermarket requirements. The INS-TXE’s revolutionary slim design allows it to be easily integrated into current manufacturing lines while also being shorter than a standard metal detector.

Low energy consumption is achieved by combining a low energy generator and an all-in-one PC, making this an environmentally responsible solution. The INS-TXE Series has excellent detection performance. The INS-TXE model detects foreign bodies with great precision, including ferrous, non-ferrous, SUS, glass, and ceramic. SUS detection limits are 0.5mm, 0.3 x 2mm, and 1.5mm for glass and ceramic. The product’s performance is unaffected by packing, temperature, or humidity.

X-ray systems have the capability to assess the integrity of packaged goods, detecting issues like missing or damaged items.

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