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X-ray system for loose and free flow products

07 January 2019

The X5 Bulkflow is a new X-ray inspection system from Loma Systems, designed for bulk loose, unpackaged, and free-flowing food products. 

The types of loose, unpackaged and free-flowing products the system can check includes meat, poultry, convenience foods, frozen products, nuts, berries, dried fruit, lentils, cereals, and vegetables before they are packaged or used as ingredients in finished products. It can be used to inspect raw products prior to the production process, for example, straight from the field where stone or glass might be present, plus it can even detect soft contaminants such as dirt.                                                           
The machine is IP66-rated and designed for low pressure wash-down.  Sloping surfaces stop food particles and wash-down droplets accumulating in crevices, and the belt can be easily and quickly changed. 

On a production line with multiple products, the X5 Bulkflow facilitates quick product changeovers as it has the ability to store hundreds of product profiles. It automatically saves information with date and time for auditing and includes a high-speed USB sensor and Ethernet connection for easy reporting. 


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