Peco InspX Announces Presence At 2017 Process Expo In Chicago, Illinois

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Peco InspX Will Feature a Special Exhibit on X-Ray Bone Detection Applications

Peco InspX is pleased to announce its presence at the 2017 Process Expo in Chicago in booth 1622. This year’s exhibit will focus on high performance protein inspection systems for inspection in top-down, pipeline and can formats. Peco InspX X-Ray systems for protein applications are designed to offer superior foreign material detection, low false reject rates and an immensely easy to clean inspection unit.

Foreign material detection capabilities are drawn from the company’s superior imaging hardware that materially improves the ability to find bones by over 20%. Furthermore, the company’s unique triple beam pipeline system is proven to find 60% more bones than a single beam pipeline system in an actual customer field test.

In addition, the company’s latest inspection software ensures accurate foreign material detection without false rejects.
Finally all Peco InspX-Ray systems can be disassembled for cleaning in minutes without the use of special tools. This easy-cleaning approach can make a material difference in the overall cost of ownership for a sanitary X-Ray system as specialized skills are not required to clean and re-assemble the machine.

“We have invested significant time researching our customer’s needs in an effort to build protein X-Ray inspection systems that are a material advancement above what is currently available on the market that offer real benefits in detection and decreased cost of ownership,” remarked Peco InspX General Sales Manager Martin Lymn.
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About Peco InspX

Peco InspX Corporation is a leading provider of advanced technology inspection solutions for the food and beverage industries. With headquarters in Silicon Valley (San Carlos), 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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