News | May 4, 2017

Eagle Gives A Breakthrough On Technology At Interpack 2017

Eagle Product Inspection (Eagle), an expert in advanced X-ray product inspection and fat analysis (FA) systems, will unveil a completely new system in the Interpack 2017, designed Specifically for the poultry sector. Eagle is renowned for its innovations to meet the needs of industry-specific challenges and its new RMI 400 X-ray machine will have a major impact on the industry. In consumer goods markets, the future depends on manufacturers taking control of product quality and safety issues, and Eagle is constantly challenging standards by developing advanced technologies to secure detection points on production lines.

In consumer goods markets, the future depends on manufacturers taking control of product quality and safety issues, and Eagle is constantly challenging standards by developing advanced technologies to secure detection points on production lines. Eagle is proud of its long track record in producing and delivering the most reliable and accurate product inspection systems that deliver the industry's best Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). These solutions are designed desdecero and ready for use from the time of installation.

The new RMI 400: designed especially for this sector, one of the biggest challenges faced by poultry processors is hygiene and cleanliness. The new RMI 400 is an excellent example of how we, as a company, have analyzed the weaknesses of this sector and have responded with an advanced solution to face those challenges. From the perspective of operator safety, this avoids the radiation path of the machine, which means that only the conveyor will be in contact with the product; A truly positive aspect from a hygienic and cleaning point of view. The RMI 400 has been designed to NAMI construction standards and meets IP69 solids and water inlet protection standards. Open, flush surfaces with unlimited visibility minimize possible material storage areas while ensuring quick and convenient visual inspection.

The new RMI 400:

Designed especially for this sector One of the biggest challenges that the poultry processors face is hygiene and cleanliness. Other systems to be exhibited at Eagle's stand include: FA3 / M: A multi-application system providing on-line grease measurement and contaminant detection for fresh, chilled, boned and frozen or bulk-stored products, Frozen or tempered pieces of meat (clean) and unpackaged meat transported in plastic boxes. PACK 240: A complete and cost-effective X-ray solution for the detection of line contaminants in packaged products. A new conveyor system has been designed that tilts at a gradual angle at the inlet and discharge end of the RMI 400, allowing a tunnel without curtains to be created. From the perspective of operator safety, this avoids the radiation path of the machine, which means that only the conveyor will be in contact with the product; A truly positive aspect from a hygienic and cleaning point of view.

The RMI 400 has been designed to NAMI construction standards and meets IP69 solids and water inlet protection standards. Open, flush surfaces with unlimited visibility minimize possible material storage areas while ensuring quick and convenient visual inspection. In a matter of minutes, a single person can dismantle the entire machine to carry out a thorough sanitation and quickly assemble it to maximize uptime of production.

In addition, the RMI 400 will be used safely, since it has been designed in accordance with the safety and management standards of Category 3 electrical and mechanical (EN954), PLd (EN13849). A risk assessment according to the hazard according to ISO 12100: 2010 is also available. This attention to detail and security documentation is critical as it implies that processors do not have to obtain it independently, which saves a lot of time and effort.

Other systems to be exhibited at the Eagle stand include:

The FA3 / M: A multi-application system providing grease measurement and on-line contaminant detection for fresh, refrigerated, boned and frozen or tempered products in bulk , Frozen or tempered (clean) meat pieces and unpackaged meat transported in plastic boxes. The FA3 / M system uses DEXA technology to differentiate between lean and non-lean portions with a 100% product performance index, resulting in fat percentage (CL) measurements with an accuracy of +/- 1CL in all The meat products.

PACK 240 PRO: A complete and cost-effective X-ray solution for the detection of line contaminants in packaged products. The compact design of the system and adjustable height ranges allow its simple implementation in production lines, often with the direct replacement of existing metal detection systems.

Tall XSDV with Conveyor: Provides 100% contaminant inspection on rigid containers such as cans, bottles and jars using Dual View high performance X-ray inspection technology. The system can process a wide range of packaging sizes and is capable of performing various inspections at line production speeds in excess of 1000 PPM.

Pipe: To provide superior detection of metal, bone, stone, glass and dense materials contaminants in piping applications. Eagle's overall pipeline design promotes the systematic flow of the product and provides optimal contaminant detection by tracking the active product, while reducing the amount of product being rejected.

Join the advance with Eagle at the Interpack booth 13 / D12 and sign up to win one of Muvi's four next-generation quad drones. Visit www.eaglepi.com/advancing-interpack to double your chances of winning. Eagle's overall pipeline design promotes the systematic flow of the product and provides optimal contaminant detection by tracking the active product, while reducing the amount of product being rejected. Join the advance with Eagle at the Interpack booth 13 / D12 and sign up to win one of Muvi's four next-generation quad drones. Visit www.eaglepi.com/advancing-interpack to double your chances of winning. Eagle's overall pipeline design promotes the systematic flow of the product and provides optimal contaminant detection by tracking the active product, while reducing the amount of product being rejected. Join the advance with Eagle at the Interpack booth 13 / D12 and sign up to win one of Muvi's four next-generation quad drones. Visit www.eaglepi.com/advancing-interpack to double your chances of winning.

SOURCE: Eagle Product Inspection (Eagle)