The HEUFT eXaminer II XOS carries out a complete in-line inspection of full containers using optical and radiometric procedures. The new highly efficient HEUFT SPECTRUM II technology ensures that the detection of low density foreign objects functions just as easily and precisely as that of solid objects - in fact where space is limited.
The particularly compact HEUFT eXaminer II XOS identifies bits of paper, insects or foil remnants which float about in the product or have sunk to the bottom of a bottle using LED strobes, mirror cabinets which are adjustable by motor and colour cameras. High resolution images are therefore produced which show the whole neck, body and base area completely. Consequently faults on the bottle itself are reliably detected besides low density foreign objects. And that even when the faults are covered by material structures such as embossing - thanks to the HEUFT reflexx².
The system detects glass splinters, small pieces of metal, stones and other high density foreign objects on the bottom of the bottle by means of a pulsed radiometric measurement. A servo-controlled belt drive rotates the bottles harmoniously. This makes sure that the foreign objects are identified by at least one of the detection units. Thus they can be clearly seen on the pictures which have been processed and put together using the HEUFT reflexx² technology. The new highly efficient HEUFT SPECTRUM II control unit ensures that the compact system achieves a new standard of detection reliability, availability and user friendliness in a confined area.