The HEUFT InLine II IXS sets completely new standards as the first empty bottle inspector of the new generation of devices and the only system of its kind to combine superior optical detection procedures with pulsed X-ray technology.
It defines the state of the art – highly automated with a completely new level of computing power and user friendliness and equipped with X-ray strobes: the HEUFT InLine II IXS makes the complete all-around inspection of empty bottles easier and more precise than ever before!
The exactness when detecting glass splinters and chips on the bottom of a bottle opens up new dimensions due to the unique pulsed X-ray technology. A glass in glass detection is even possible when the transparent foreign object is surrounded by residual liquid. For this the HEUFT InLine II IXS produces extremely clear X-ray images without any motion blurs. They are processed and analysed in real time by the HEUFT reflexx² just like the detection pictures generated by the proven optical modules.
The conveyor belt of the new empty bottle inspector is driven by precisely working servo motors so that the inspection covers the container volume completely. Thus a specifically adjustable angle of rotation is implemented for each individual type of container; the bottles are correctly positioned and aligned at all the detection units. In addition the servo technology reduces the proportion of components prone to wear and makes product changes particularly fast and easy due to clearly reproducible brand adjustments.
The intuitively understandable, audiovisual HEUFT NaVi user guidance of the first X-ray empty bottle inspector on the basis of the HEUFT SPECTRUM II ensures maximum simplicity and transparency.