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9/17/2004
Raytec installs the first X-Pipe 100 in the USA

This X-ray inspection machine allows total quality control of liquid and pumpable semi-liquid products

Raytec Vision, a company in the Sacmi Group (food processing division), has installed its first “in-pipe” liquid inspection unit, the XP-100, in the USA. The machine, located in Woodland, California, can be seen on request. The XP-100 is a high-resolution (0.4 mm) X-ray inspection unit for pumpable liquid and semi-liquid products such as fruit juices, pulps, minestrone and diced tomatoes. The machine identifies foreign bodies such as pieces of glass, stone and bone, AISI304 and iron wire and welding scrap. The XP-100 X-ray unit consists of two parts. The first is a piping support frame (800 mm long) with two TRI CLAMPS at the ends for easy connection: the plastic X-ray inspection section is located in the middle. The second part consists of a wheeled inspection module which can easily be removed from the line, a feature that facilitates cleaning and maintenance and allows the unit to be shifted and used on other lines.

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