METTLER TOLEDO X33 Series X-Ray Inspection Systems Use High-Sensitivity Detectors to Reduce Power Requirements and Costs

METTLER TOLEDO Safeline X33 series X-ray systems combine a single vertical X-ray beam with new high-sensitivity detector technology that allows inspections to take place using a low power (20W) X-ray generator.

This reduces the system’s energy requirements and costs, and eliminates the need for cooling, resulting in more compact cabinet size. Improved user experience, sustainability credentials and highly functional design make the X33 series system the most advanced development in X-ray inspection capability.

The X33 X-ray inspection system reportedly supports companies in complying with industry standards such as HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) and is ideally suited to the inspection of small- and medium-sized packaged products such as packaged pharmaceutical products. This simultaneously protects profitability and ensures product safety and quality.

The X33 series system reportedly delivers outstanding detection of foreign contaminant bodies, including glass, metal, stone, bone and high-density plastics and rubber compounds, even when products are wrapped in aluminum foil or metalized film. The user-friendly, icon-driven intuitive interface ensures that product menus can be set up or adjusted by line operators without the involvement of an engineer, and automatic product set up can be readily completed within minutes, maximizing production uptime.

The system’s hygienic design follows GMP, NSF and EHEDG principles and complies with FDA regulations and EU Directives. IP65 is standard on the X33 series systems, with IP69K available as an option for harsh wash down environments. Quick-release belts have no hidden traps where bacteria can breed, thereby ensuring optimum protection against pathogenic microorganism growth.

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