Overpressed finishes are anything but harmless. Affected bottles should thus definitely be detected and rejected before they are filled and closed. HEUFT has specially adapted detection technologies to offer for this – and the right combination of artificial and human intelligence during image processing.
At the new bottling lines for its own glass bottles Gerolsteiner Brunnen GmbH & Co. KG not only relies on HEUFT QA equipment but also on its line competence.
The HEUFT LAMBDA-K convinces as a single-lane complete solution consisting of conveyor mechanics and a multi-segment folding rejector with its variety of applications for the upright rejection of empty and full containers in a very confined space. It makes a valuable contribution to line optimisation, either directly or integrated subsequently, as Part 1 of our new series on this subject shows.
The HEUFT eXaminer II XS checks the completeness, functionality and integrity of special disposable applicators for an uncomplicated and precise nasal drug administration using pulsed radiometric technology.
The further developed HEUFT eXaminer II XB now achieves even more detection and reliability in different applications during the pulsed X-ray inspection of tablet blister strips.
Leakproof, pure and
safeguarding the hermetic seals
on vials sustainably.
Artificial intelligence has already long been used in our self-developed image processing in order to clearly distinguish genuine faults from harmless structures and thus to minimise the false rejection rate during the quality inspection. It is directly integrable into the compact HEUFT reflexx A.I. camera and ensures full detection accuracy.
The HEUFT eXaminer II XS lateral inspector, as a particularly slim and versatile turnkey solution at the end of the line, is predestined to be used to guarantee the product and packaging safety of ready meals.
The variety of packaging which can be inspected by HEUFT systems is constantly increasing.
HEUFT sets the standards regarding innovative checking and inspecting technology for the beverage, food and pharmaceutical industries.