Mettler- Toledo’s webinar, with a live x-ray system demo, looks at how to detect and remove glass contaminants in glass packaging at high speeds.
Online PR News – 16-March-2021 – Royston, Herts, UK. – Mettler-Toledo is to hold two live sessions, focusing on how x-ray inspection systems can best detect glass contaminants within glass packaged products, on the 24th March 2021. The webinars will communicate how manufacturers can choose the correct contamination detection technologies for glass products thereby protecting consumers and preventing product recalls.
The one-hour sessions (at 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., UK time) will cover basic principles of x-ray inspection technology, look at “glass-in-glass” contamination and the correct choice of x-ray beam technology for such applications. A full live demo of Mettler Toledo’s X3750 x-ray inspection system will also be presented. Moderated by Mettler-Toledo’s X-ray Specialist, Adam Green, the webinar will also give participants a chance to ask questions in an interactive Q&A segment.
Adam Green commented: “Glass packaging creates risk because glass contaminants within glass packaging can be difficult to detect. Getting the right technology is an important step in safeguarding products, but it is also vital to understand the nature of glass-in-glass contamination and how glass contaminants can be detected amongst other foreign bodies in glass packaging at high throughputs. I will be delving deeper into these issues on the webinar, as well as giving an exciting live demo of our X3750 x-ray system, which is a great option for many potential glass-in-glass applications”.
Registration and joining details:
Event: 24th March 2021, 8 a.m. and 2p.m.
Duration: 1 hour each session