InspX Announces The ScanTrac Solo Plus For High Speed X-Ray Inspection Of Larger Rigid Containers

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The InspX Solo Plus Can Inspect Larger Packages Up To 17 Inches High and 9 Inches Wide

InspX is pleased to announce the addition of the ScanTrac Solo Plus to its lineup of ScanTrac X-Ray inspection systems. The Solo Plus offers all of the same high performance inspection capabilities as the ScanTrac Solo single beam side-view inspection system with the ability to inspect larger packages - up to 17 inches high and 9 inches wide versus up to 12 inches high and 7 inches wide on the Solo. InspX also offers the ScanTrac Crescendo dual beam X-Ray inspection system, which can inspect packages of identical size as the Solo Plus but is designed for products that require greater X-Ray power for accurate inspection.

The Solo Plus can serve in both in-line and offline X-Ray inspection applications. The machine sits over an existing conveyor and occupies as little as 72.7 inches of conveyor space. The Solo Plus is built for high speed environments and is capable of inspection speeds up to 700 linear feet per minute. The machine comes with InspX’s robust inspection software toolkit that provides state of the art foreign material, check weighing and fill-level monitoring functions. As with all ScanTrac machines, the Solo Plus leverages InspX powerful remote diagnostics software – which helps maximize machine up time and lower the cost of ownership. To learn more about the InspX ScanTrac Solo Plus, please see

Customers wanting to inspect larger packages of greater density, such as a Number 10 can, should consider the ScanTrac Crescendo. The patented Crescendo architecture uses two X-Ray beams to ensure complete container coverage. For more information on the ScanTrac Crescendo, please see:

About Peco Controls and InspX LLC
Peco Controls and InspX LLC are leading providers of advanced technology inspection solutions for the food and beverage industries. With headquarters in Fremont, CA, the company serves customers around the world and inspects over 120 million food and beverage containers daily. The company specializes in accurate high speed package inspection in machines that are easy to use with a low cost of ownership.

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