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Prevent foreign body contamination with X-ray inspection

18 July 2013

A well designed and fully implemented x-ray inspection system ensures product quality is maintained throughout the manufacturing process, satisfying both customers and end users.

Learn more about the benefits of implementing an x-ray inspection programme by downloading METTLER TOLEDO's White Paper 'How to Prevent Foreign Body Contamination'.

The useful paper discusses points in the manufacturing process where contaminants can enter the production line. This helps producers understand how x-ray inspection can support food safety and improve manufacturing.

Using real examples it also explains how preventative actions such as Good Engineering and Manufacturing Practices reduce the potential for product contamination through improved operator training.
  
As part of a proactive inspection programme, x-ray detection identifies and removes foreign bodies such as metal, glass, bone and plastic, safeguarding the integrity of your brand.      
To request your copy of the White Paper please visit: www.mt.com/uk-food-prevention 


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