Ultimate Performance - IX-G2 Series

This next generation model is capable of detecting the smallest of foreign bodies by combining a dual energy sensor with GA technology.

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This next generation model is capable of detecting the smallest of foreign bodies by combining a dual energy sensor with GA technology.

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Product Details

As our specialist, high-performance model, The IX-G2 is a dual energy system that combines vigorous X-ray technology with our experience of food safety and quality requirements. This system can easily distinguish foreign bodies from the product, even with the most difficult applications.

The dual energy function offers exceptional performance where the product effect can cause a problem. This makes it ideal for testing:

  • Foods where the densities of the product and the potential foreign bodies are similar. For example, the bone and meat of a chicken, which complicates the process of detecting bones in chicken portions or pieces.

  • Products that are overlapped in a pack or bag, where a possible contaminant may be obscured by product pieces, for example, in bags of frozen chicken nuggets or sausages.

In addition, the dual energy system offers all of the other detection capabilities of an Ishida X-ray inspection system, including missing pieces, product deformation and weight estimation.

For more details please contact your local Ishida Europe office or agent/distributor.


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