InspX Announces Advanced Bone Detection X-Ray System at International Poultry & Processing Expo 2014

Fremont, California (EastBayDaily) — InspX LLC will be exhibiting its newest meat pipeline inspection system at the International Poultry & Processing Expo taking place in booth 7874, January 28th – 30th at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. Featured in the company’s booth will be the ScanTrac Fermata Trio, a high speed pipeline X-Ray inspection system capable of operating at speeds over 500 gallons per minute. The principle advantage of the Fermata Trio is the superior inspection capability of the triple X-Ray beam architecture, which offers superior foreign material detection over single beam pipeline X-Ray systems.

Bone fragments are typically small and asymmetric in shape. The InspX ScanTrac triple beam architecture excels in detecting such fragments because multiple dimensions of the contaminant are presented for inspection. In a triple beam system, any foreign material where at least one dimension meets the minimum detection threshold will be accurately detected. This improvement in detection resolution is achieved without any increase in false rejects or tradeoff in inspection speed. Additionally, InspX has developed special software for bone detection that further enhances inspection efficacy in poultry, beef and tuna applications.

The result is that in real-world food plant tests, the Fermata Trio consistently detected 60% more chicken bones than a single beam ScanTrac Fermata. To learn more about InspX solutions for meat inspection, please see where you can request a white paper detailing the advantages of InspX ScanTrac triple beam X-Ray inspection.

About Peco Controls and InspX LLC Peco Controls and InspX LLC are leading providers of advanced technology inspection solutions for the food and beverage industries. With headquarters in Fremont, CA, the company serves customers around the world and inspects over 120 million food and beverage containers daily. The company specializes in designing and building accurate high speed X-Ray inspection solutions for poultry and other meat applications.


Allan Anderson