Since its launch last year, manufacturers across 20 countries worldwide, who have implemented Mettler Toledo’s GC (Global Conveyor) Series of integrated conveyorized metal detection systems are reporting significant productivity and uptime benefits.
Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection has announced its experts will present the latest technologies at Pack Expo Connects from 9 - 13 November, 2020. Across the five show days, Mettler-Toledo will be demonstrating Track & Trace, metal detection, checkweighing, X-ray and vision inspection technologies, presenting a panel session with a Questions and Answers discussion on the Innovation Stage, plus hosting a virtual showroom at Pack Expo Connects.
Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection, the global market leader in product inspection technology, will participate in the virtual Food Safety Summit 2020, October 19 to 22, 2020. The virtual Mettler-Toledo booth will include access to the company’s website as well as to product literature, white papers and videos of the various inspection systems at work. It will also have the capability to chat with Mettler-Toledo product inspection specialists about the capabilities of the individual systems and the unique needs of attendees’ company operations.
The Enhanced Platform (EP) for the Eriez Xtreme Metal Detector is a breakthrough method used for the toughest applications, including beef and poultry. In some cases, the technological advances have improved sensitivities by as much as 300%.
The new Mettler Toledo CI-Vision V15 Round Line smart camera inspection system is designed to confirm the presence, completeness and readability of alphanumeric label information and printed 1D and 2D codes on round packaging and reject those packages not in compliance. Target containers can include food jars, cosmetics and household chemicals containers. This provides an essential protection, since the FDA reports that more than half of packaged product recalls are due to incorrect or unreadable labels and printed codes.
ProSpection Solutions announced that Jeff Rowen has been hired as Vice President of Sales & Customer Relations. He has responsibility for strategic direction of sales and partnerships with companies to automate food inspection and to bring focus on labor to add value.
Built for harsh environments, the Mettler Toledo C35 delivers precise weighing results on a stable weighing platform resistant to high-pressure washdown and most caustic detergents. The system frame is designed according to hygienic principles, with easy access for cleaning and sloped surfaces to discourage liquid collection. The system supports speeds of up to 250 packs per minute and a weighing range from 25 g to 7 kg.
The new 51R56 vision inspection system from Silgan Equipment, Waukegan, Ill., inspects filled bottles for cocked, loose, skewed and missing caps, damaged or missing tamper-evidence bands and low fill levels.