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The New SensorX 25 - High Throughput & Bone-Free

05 Jun 2013

Food safety is essential in all food processing operations and is vital to maintaining brand loyalty. If bones and bone fragments in deboned poultry are not effectively removed, end customers can easily switch brands. Our SensorX bone detection system ensures processors a higher level of product quality than was possible before at a profit-enhancing cost.

Food safety: the new SensorX 25 bone detection system

How it works

The SensorX bone detection system automatically finds bones and other foreign objects in poultry meat using advanced X-ray technology.

Product with bone is rejected to a workstation with a display showing the precise location of the bone.

The bone (or other contaminant) is removed by the operator before the product is re-scanned for added safety.

In addition to bone detection, the SensorX can detect other contaminants such as metal, stone and glass. With the SensorX, bone risk is no longer an inevitable part of poultry processing.

SensorX 25 - increased throughput

The SensorX 25 provides poultry processors with even more opportunities to improve their bone detection capability.

Increased throughput & options

Ever since its introduction in 2007, the SensorX system has become the benchmark for bone detection with over 300 SensorX systems operating worldwide.

The new SensorX 25 has all the capabilities and benefits of the existing SensorX 23, plus these new features and options:

  • Much larger scan width: 500mm (20”) compared to 300mm (12”). The increased scanning width greatly expands possibilities for bone detection in poultry processing.
  • Simple setting to quickly switch between single-lane & dual-lane setup, minimizing downtime.
  • Poultry fillets can now be placed sideways on the belt in a dual-lane setup, an option that can increase throughput & improve ergonomics & labor efficiency.
  • Can handle the throughput of two Stork AMF-BX breast cap filleting systems – 132 fillets per minute on each lane with dual-lane setup.
  • Larger poultry products can be handled, such as turkey breasts.
  • Dual lane for butterflies is now an option for butterflies smaller than 250mm (10").

A much larger scan width: 500mm (20”) compared to 300mm (12”). The increased scanning width greatly expands possibilities for bone detection in poultry processing.

A simple setting to quickly switch between single-lane and dual-lane setup, minimizing downtime.

Poultry fillets can now be placed sideways on the belt in a dual-lane setup, an option that can increase throughput and improve ergonomics and labor efficiency.

Can handle the throughput of two Stork AMF-BX breast cap filleting systems – 132 fillets per minute on each lane with dual-lane setup.

Larger poultry products can be handled, such as turkey breasts.

Dual lane for butterflies is now an option for butterflies smaller than 250mm (10").

The SensorX commonly achieves a 99% detection rate on calcified bones larger than 2mm, with false positives below 3%.

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