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METTLER TOLEDO Safeline Certus XR X-Ray Inspection System offers high-speed inspection of small packaged products

May 29, 2014
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Mettler Toledo Safeline X-Ray InspectionThe METTLER TOLEDO Safeline Certus XR x-ray inspection system was designed specifically to offer an effective and highly efficient solution for cost-effective production line x-ray inspection of small packaged products. Two models are available, the Certus XR 300 with a 300 mm inspection area and the Certus XR 400, with a 400 mm inspection area.

Using unique low energy x-ray technology, Certus XR inspection units reliably detect and reject many contaminants, including metal, stone, glass and bone, that can lead to consumer complaints, possible liability lawsuits and damage to your brand image––damage that can take years to repair. With a 6-inch full-color touch screen user interface and intuitive software, the system makes operation extremely simple, requiring no time-consuming manual changeover operations or specialized knowledge about x-ray inspection technology.

These Certus XR models provide modular design that includes a user inter-face and processor that are combined into an easily removable single assembly. Rated NEMA 4/IP65, the equipment’s sanitary design enables easy access to all machine areas and can be disassembled for cleaning in seconds without the need for tools.

 The primary benefits of these Certus XR models are the protection they offer against consumer dissatisfaction or injury that can lead to loss of market share, damage to your brand image and possible legal action. The benefits offered by Certus XR equipment over competitive inspection equipment in-clude minimal training requirements, faster line startups and changeovers, and reduced costs for training, operation, maintenance and sanitation.

Mettler Toledo Safeline:  (800) 447-4439 or visit

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