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Quality inspection is critical in the food and beverage sector.
Quality inspection is critical in the food and beverage sector.

Quality inspection in the food and beverage sector

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PPS - Jul 8th, 14:32

Quality inspection is critical in the food and beverage sector. It can prevent expensive product recalls wasted production and expensive legal costs.

An unreadable barcode or an incorrect expiry date could result in perfectly good products being recalled and discarded. Strict legislation is making clear marking a top priority for all types of products. Automated systems can improve a line’s effectiveness, by performing tasks quickly and accurately. The real benefits only truly materialise when ‘smart’ automation is implemented, utilising features such as smart data. When this is applied to vision inspection systems, defects can be spotted and dealt with swiftly with minimal impact on the line.

There are two sides to inspection and detection, Inspection means the checking, scanning or investigating to verify certain parameters, such as leak detection, deformity in packaging or missing product. Detection is checking for contamination, such as ferrous, non-ferrous and stainless steel as well as glass, stone, bones, etc. We supply checkweighers to confirm that the items fall within a certain weight this is inspection. We are also able to detect fill heights, cap, and label inspection and a myriad of other Inspection solutions for the Inspection of pre-forms, caps and empty bottles as well as metal detectors and x-ray equipment to detect contaminants.

Our inspection equipment range is available in many model variations to suit almost every possible requirement.

Production Packaging Systems has gained extensive experience over many years in the industry which means we are able to advise our clients on the most suited inspection and detection equipment needed based on their requirements as well as assist with integration into their operation. We offer inspection for all aspects of the manufacturing process including inspection equipment that can be used in bottling lines to confirm fill heights, fill level inspection allows for the control of fill heights to combat the distribution of under-filled products, these systems are available as in-line systems, outside the filler, in-line for products with foam (beer, carbonated drinks), as well as systems integrated in the filler. This can be helpful when legal issues arrive on underfilled products resulting in maintain high-quality goods that conform to safety standards.
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