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March 11, 2015
1 Min Read
The Eagle QuadView glass-in-glass x-ray-inspection system uses four separate angles to ensure coverage even in the bottom and crown of a rigid container. Its design reportedly produces fewer false rejects, minimizing wasted product. The system—which operates at up to 400 ft/min—is said to be particularly ideal for detecting glass contaminants in glass containers. Optional features include a conveyor and multiple reject stations that can be linked to an inspection routine.
Smiths Detection, 877/379-1670. www.smithsdetection.com
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