Mettler-Toledo’s focus on glass-in-glass X-ray inspection

Webinar to discuss glass contamination in food

Glass packaging is a common choice for food and pharmaceutical manufacturers, but a single shard of glass can lead to devastating consequences

Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection is hosting a live webinar on 9 March 2023 to explain how advanced x-ray inspection systems can detect a wide range of foreign body contaminants in glass-packaged products. Experts will describe how x-ray technology can detect glass within glass packaging resulting in improved consumer protection and less costly product recalls for manufacturers. 

The webinar –  titled ‘Glass-in-Glass Detection with X-ray Inspection’– will be presented by Adam Green, Market manager, X-ray Inspection, Mettler-Toledo.

Green explains the importance of the webinar, “Glass packaging is a common choice for food and pharmaceutical manufacturers, but a single shard of glass can lead to devastating consequences. That’s why it’s vital to protect your product by selecting the right x-ray inspection system for optimum contamination detection. This will be an informative session, packed with the solutions manufacturers require, alongside real-time demos, to help alleviate  some of the risks facing their businesses”. 

‘Glass-in-Glass Detection with X-ray Inspection’ will be presented by Adam Green, Market manager, Mettler-Toledo.

In the webinar, Green will look at the basic principles of x-ray inspection technology and how they can help significantly reduce the risk of glass-in-glass and other foreign body contamination. He will discuss the importance of choosing the right x-ray beam technology for your application while giving a live demo of the Mettler-Toledo X3750 X-ray Inspection system.  

The webinar will look into six key areas among glass-in-glass detection, including:   

Risk of glass in glass – The significant safety risk imposed and the effects of glass-in-glass contamination. 

Challenges with detecting glass in glass – The issue with how foreign bodies and potential contaminants can “hide” anywhere in glass.

Test piece – The importance of understanding the different test piece types.

X3750 benefits – From an adjustable angle inspection beam to an FDA Approved Modular Conveyor, an in-depth look at what makes the X3750 a viable solution for manufacturers. 

Factory integration – New software methods and easy connectivity. 

Service and warranty – A look at the different care packages and warranties on offer. 

To register for the webinar: click here.

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