X-ray Food Inspection
Our X-ray Food Inspection Process
At FlexXray, we can detect metal, glass particles, stones, bone, rubber, plastic, gasket material, product clumps, container defects, wood and missing components 0.8mm or smaller — and we maintain traceability every step of the way. Here’s how our process works:
- You send your bracketed product to one of our facilities in Texas, Illinois or Connecticut. (Or, you can rent our equipment and do the inspection at your facility.)
- FlexXray inspects it within hours, often while the driver waits.
- We maintain traceability throughout the entire process, noting the pallet, batch and lot numbers where the contaminant was located.
- You get the clean product back.
- Within 24 to 48 hours of the inspection, we send you an in-depth report of our findings.
It’s that simple.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution, so we’re happy to discuss other options, such as our X-ray rental systems.
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