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X-ray inspection solution for pumped and free-flowing product

23 June 2023

Loma Systems has introduced a new product into its Pipeline X5 portfolio with the launch of a 4in option for the X-ray inspection of pumped and free-flowing applications, such as large-formed hams and gammons.

The Pipeline’s inlet and outlet manifold has been redesigned to accommodate the increase in diameter. The X-ray section itself is now rectangular, which changes the shape of the contents passing through the system, rather than compressing them. Additionally, the feed to the X-ray section is on a gradual incline to aid flow and reduce back pressure. 

With its concentric diameter pipe and small footprint the system includes all of the standard features from the X5 range with upgrades that include a removable cassette for easy cleaning, integrated safety sensors and an easy-to-use capacitive 8in touchscreen. Providing easy access to all machine areas and rated to IP69 as standard, the system is designed to be used within a high-care or high-temperature, high-pressure wash-down environment.

Equally adept at inspecting fast, free-flowing products such as jam, chutneys, and even soups or sauces, the X5 Pipeline is the next generation in food contaminant detection and can be used for a variety of applications. Providing peace of mind that no contaminants will pass inspection, the unique X5 detector design offers excellent detection levels of all major contaminants, including bone, ceramic, glass and dense plastics as well as stainless steel, ferrous and nonferrous metals.

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