Applied Sorting Technologies provide an X-ray food inspection service to check products suspected of containing contaminants or to check packaged products which may have missing or damaged ingredients.
X-ray food inspection is done by an XR-3000 Series X-ray Inspection System and be carried out either on-site or at Applied Sorting Technologies’ premises in Victoria. Their X-ray food inspection systems require only 240 volt/10amp single phase power.
Applied Sorting Technologies’ X-ray Inspection Systems are now used by many leading food processors, manufacturers of electronic and automotive products, and security firms
They can detect:
- Pieces of metal, smaller than conventional metal detectors can pick up
- Bone fragments
- Dense plastic and rubber
- Glass fragments