TDI Packsys is proud to be an industry leader in x-ray inspection technology. We offer a variety of systems with varying levels of size and sophistication, ensuring a perfect system for every application.Read More
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TDI Packsys offers food x-ray inspection systems in dozens of sizes across various distinct series, providing custom solutions for each specific application. Our focus is always on constantly improving our technology, enabling us to continue leading the industry in performance and sensitivity. Interchangeable generators, upgraded software options, and an arsenal of different detectors allow us to offer unparalleled flexibility to provide superior contaminant detection for every product, contaminant type, and speed even in the most difficult of applications. Unpackaged products, cases, jars, bottles, cans, and even bulk bags of product can be successfully inspected with our x-ray inspection equipment.
We like to let our systems speak for themselves, and have gone head to head with nearly every other food x-ray provider in the industry to demonstrate the superior performance of our x-ray inspection systems. Each TDI Packsys x-ray system is custom made to offer the best solution in every setting, so that no off-the-shelf solution from another provider will offer the ease of integration and inspection sensitivities as our systems. It’s our focus on technology that supports our x-ray performance, and we continue to develop new systems so that no matter your product or process, you’ll be able to find the perfect x-ray inspection system from TDI Packsys.
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Food X-Ray systems from TDI Packsys are designed to offer the highest levels of sensitivity and performance in a variety of industries and applications. From baking, beverage, and ingredients, to poultry, dairy, and non-consumables, TDI Packsys offers best in class x-ray inspection for every product. In addition to our standard models, TDI Packsys is proud to offer industry and application specific systems, each custom designed for your specific product and process. Our first in the world cheese block x-ray, chicken bone x-ray, and our wine bottle triple beam x-ray, all provide unmatched performance in systems built to easily integrate into your existing process.
Each of our food x-ray systems come with the training, service and support your staff needs — TDI Packsys is with you every step of the way to make sure you are 100% satisfied. Additionally, TDI Packsys provides annual testing, certification and maintains FDA registration to ensure your system remains in complete and continual compliance with all applicable regulations.
All X-ray inspection systems use componentry from global market leaders, including VJT, Siemens and Schneider. Each unit is constructed of 304 stainless steel with a stunning mirror finish (optional sand-blasted finish available). X-ray inspection systems from TDI Packsys can be used in virtually any environment, and all areas are rated for full wash down with our IP69K option.
TDI Packsys offers the most precise x-ray systems on the market. When your application requires an exceptional level of metal detection sensitivity, or the ability to detect non-metallic contaminants such as bone, stone or even glass, then pharmaceutical or food x-ray inspection equipment is a necessity.
TDI Packsys offers a wide variety of systems that deliver best-in-class performance at a tremendous value. No other provider can match the level of safety and quality of inspection systems that TDI Packsys delivers. Our machines also provide a higher level of quality and performance features, such as unique triple-beam x-ray detection, for incredibly precise three-dimensional inspection.
If you are interested in seeing the superior performance of x-ray inspection systems from TDI Packsys, we offer free, no-obligation validation testing of your exact products and any contaminant samples you would like tested, in addition to our standard certified contaminant sample set. We simulate your exact production conditions, and will provide photos, videos and a formal report on the sensitivities you would be able to achieve with a TDI Packsys x-ray. Reach out today to get your validation test scheduled, and see the real difference of TDI Packsys x-rays.
The use of x-ray inspection for food is incredibly safe. Ambient x-ray emissions are less than 1 microsievert per hour, well below FDA standards. Both software and hardware are equipped with extensive safeguards, which constantly inspect the machine’s state, and prevent accidental emissions caused by operator error or system malfunction. For example, if the operator accidentally opens an access panel during operation, x-ray generation is stopped immediately. All TDI Packsys x-rays are FDA certified, and are compliant with all UK, EU and FDA regulations to ensure safe use. Radiation from TDI Packsys x-rays is produced by an electronic generator, rather than a radioactive material, which means there is no radiation being produced when the system is not running. During operation, radiation levels produced are incredibly low, and our intelligent body design and use of protective curtains in the product tunnel keep radiation to less than 1/5th the FDA allowable limit. Products inspected by food x-ray systems remain unaltered after inspection, and are 100% safe for use or consumption. With the numerous safety features and redundancies, operating an x-ray inspection system is 100% safe for both people and products.
X-ray inspection systems work by producing beams of high frequency electromagnetic radiation (x-rays) in a generator. These beams are then directed at a desired target, which will absorb some of the rays while allowing others to pass through. On the opposite side of the target from the generator sits a detector which then reads the EM waves that make it through the target.
The higher the density/larger the size of the product, the less radiation will pass through. The result is an image produced by the detector which details the high and low density areas throughout the target. This is the same principle seen when making shadow puppets on a wall. Some light is blocked by the puppet, and the resulting shadow gives detail on the shape of the puppet. With x-rays, that detail is also internal.
The main difference between metal detectors and x-ray inspection systems is in the methodology of how each machine inspects for foreign materials. Metal detection relies on conductivity to locate stainless, ferrous and non-ferrous metals in product, while x-ray uses density differences between the product and foreign bodies to perform inspection. X-ray technology allows for a far greater range of foreign materials to be detected, including metal, glass, stone, bone, rubber, gasket (both metal detectable and non-metal detectable), plastic, and various other mid and high-density items. As a general rule of thumb, x-ray inspection systems are able to detect contaminants at a much smaller size than metal detectors.
Some products are limited by their composition and packaging with which inspection systems can be used. Products with metallic packaging, such as those with metallized foil, cannot be accurately inspected with a metal detector, and require the use of an x-ray system. The best way to determine which option is best for your application is to receive a consultation or free, no-obligation validation testing. We can test your exact product on a variety of different systems using certified test cards, or foreign material samples you provide, to offer you a formal report on the capabilities and expected performance of each type of technology. At TDI Packsys, we believe validation testing on your specific products is an integral step in choosing the right system for your needs.
No PPE is required to be worn while operating x-ray inspection systems from TDI Packsys. The use of lead lining and protective curtains in the x-ray mitigates radiation from the generator, allowing only a fraction of the radiation used in inspection to exit the system. The FDA regulates these systems, and has set a standard of 5 μSv/hour as the safe level of radiation. X-ray systems from TDI Packsys emit doses of less than 1 μSv an hour, well below the FDA allowable limit. Every day, we are exposed to background radiation naturally produced by the sun and various environmental factors. Each year, the average person is exposed to 2,400 μSv of this background radiation, a higher dose than you would get standing next to an active x-ray inspection system for more than 3 months straight.
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