X-Ray inspection

X-Ray inspection offers visual proof that each product was properly inspected

X-Ray inspection is one of the most robust methods of quality control available today. X-Ray systems perform a variety of essential functions including foreign material detection, electronic checkweighing, fill height measurement as well as seal and contents verification. Furthermore unlike metal detection, X-Ray inspection offers visual proof that each product was properly inspected.

X-Ray inspection systems have come a long way since the first X-Ray was taken in 1895. Peco InspX features a diverse lineup of automated X-Ray inspection equipment that is both powerful in capability and easy to use, including specialized solutions for:

  • High Resolution Imaging
  • Raw Meat and Poultry Inspection
  • Fish Bone Detection
  • Rigid Container Inspection
  • Glass Container Inspection
  • Large Case Inspection
  • Web Packet Inspection
  • General Box and Package Inspection
  • Pumped Products (Pipeline) Inspection

What Makes Peco InspX
X-Ray Systems Different?

PecoInspX X-Ray inspection systems are the result of significant research and development work. All X-Ray inspection systems feature 4 basic systems:

  1. X-Ray Tube PecoInspX uses only German built X-Ray tubes, which in our experience have the best reliability in automated inspection equipment.
  2. Imaging Hardware Our low noise electronics provide the best images in the industry.
  3. Software Our inspection software is custom designed at our R&D facility in Silicon Valley.
  4. Service PecoInspX strives to deliver the very best service in the industry and the quality of our service is well recognized within the industry.

There are a number of vendors who supply these components to various X-Ray equipment providers—however PecoInspX ScanTrac systems are different in that they use the absolute best in class systems to deliver a superior inspection capability. PecoInspX also places significant focus on software capabilities. All of our software is developed by our dedicated software engineering team based in Silicon Valley, California. If you have an application that may benefit from X-Ray inspection, please contact us to learn more about how we can be of assistance.