Driven by the collective push for greener practices and their own interest in boosting efficiencies, F&B companies are changing their practices, from eco-friendlier packaging materials and formats to the use of energy-saving inspection technologies. Manufacturers can use x-ray systems to help ensure the safety and quality of their products while also being mindful of their carbon footprint.
The EPX100 from Eagle Product Inspection offers advanced 20-watt low power generator that eliminates traditional air conditioner cooling. It is an energy-saving solution for small to mid-sized manufacturers, contract packagers, seasonal operators and global companies looking to standardise their equipment. The EPX100 also allows for flexibility in product application, another way to streamline production. It can be integrated into an existing production line where space is limited.
Eagle’s x-ray machines can inspect products in a wide range of package types. Companies seeking alternatives to plastic, for example, can utilise the same x-ray systems to find and reject contaminants and perform important quality checks in packages made from compostable and biodegradable materials or in traditional cartons and boxes, glass and tall rigid containers. For glass packaging that is recyclable or reusable, the new Eagle QuadView-Short helps detect glass contaminants in glass bottles. The system simultaneously conducts quality checks such as fill level.
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