Award-winning supplier of safety solutions, Anritsu Infivis, will be on hand at Interpack, May 4-10, 2017, in Dusseldorf (Hall 12 Stand A52), showcasing its full range of cutting-edge X-ray, metal detection and checkweigher systems, designed to help safeguard the integrity of food and pharmaceutical products.
Protecting consumers from contaminants in the food chain and ensuring accurate distribution of medical products is paramount for both the retailer and supplier alike – finding the smallest foreign body in food can be seriously damaging to a company’s reputation, and financially.
At the exhibition in Germany, Anritsu will be demonstrating the XR75 Series of X-ray Inspection Systems, in tandem with the SSV Checkweigher on a recirculating conveyor, to highlight this exceptionally versatile and robust, food safety technology that has a proven track record of detecting contaminants in a wide range of packaged goods.
The ultra-sensitive XR75 X-ray Inspection System can also identify product shape defects and packaging integrity, while reducing the lifetime cost of ownership by over 20 per cent compared to other systems, thanks to Anritsu’s Advanced Long Life Technology which incorporates low power design and longer equipment life. The XR75 provides the best contamination detection levels in the industry, is easy to use and is also easy to clean.
Sharing the spotlight with the XR75 is the versatile SSV Checkweigher Series, among the most advanced food weighing equipment of its type in the world, including signal processing, multi-threaded filtering and improved scale resolution, to minimise ‘double product errors’.
Anritsu will also be promoting the M5 Metal Detector, as standalone equipment and as part of a combination unit with a Checkweigher, incorporating flipper reject. Meanwhile, eye-catching equipment for pharmaceutical professionals includes the company’s Capsule Weigher, a highly accurate system for inspecting tablets, sampling packages and small bottles. There will also be software on show for data capturing and production analysis.
Anritsu’s technical team at Interpack will provide information on all its range of safety solutions. Eddie Daniels, the company’s UK sales manager, said: “Interpack offers us the perfect platform to demonstrate the highest quality detection systems available on the market. Anritsu’s equipment is tried and tested for ensuring the safety of food and pharmaceuticals.”
X-ray inspection systems supplied by Anritsu satisfy regulatory safety standards around the world. Its UltraHD technology can detect down to 0.2mm diameter ferrous, non-ferrous and stainless steel sphere at production line speeds.