Eagle is experienced in providing x-ray inspection solutions to the poultry industry and we understand the different challenges inherent to the industry, especially regarding detection of bones. Automated poultry inspection systems offer processors an inline contamination inspection system which includes x-ray, trim tables, infeed, reject and return facilities. This system offers much more reliable and consistent results than manual inspection, resulting in consistent product quality and ultimately protecting your brand.
Installing a trimming station in conjunction with an Eagle x-ray system can help poultry manufacturers enhance product safety and quality, as well as maximize yields and profits. Trimming stations allow chicken breasts to be trimmed, deboned and cut to a particular size, before being subjected to x-ray inspection, where bones down to 2 mm in size can be detected and rejected. Furthermore, if products don’t meet manufacturers’ exact requirements, they can be returned to the trimming station for re-work.
Process Simulation can add value throughout the life-cycle of your facility: from master planning through start-up, de-bottlenecking and even day-to-day operations.
Our Compensator is a shock absorption device that couples directly between the active unit and your process machine to protect equipment from docking forces.
Tri-Mer offers production-scale mobile dust collection systems to demonstrate and document equipment capability, and generate comprehensive process operating data. This is an ideal tool for validating system performance, and eliminating uncertainties prior to making a capital investment.
cGMP production of recombinant proteins made in E. coli is performed in Grifols’ new state-of-the-art facility.
At University of Chicago Medicine, we’ve been on a journey to make our experience match our science. One of the key efforts on that journey was to introduce iPad-based rounding as a tool to help nurse leaders identify and solve any patient or family concerns quickly and efficiently, as well as to recognize nurses and other staff members for excellence. We also wanted to capture patient comments in a way that would help inform system-level improvement efforts.
Mariani Packing Company established critical control points (CCP) in its five processing facilities. This case study explores those CCPs, how they were found, established, and the benefits they provide.
How CEO, Asterios Satrazemis Turns Blueline Rental Profitable with an Emphasis on Culture and Communication — and the Help of Zinc.
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BUNN demonstrates how interactive merged reality is driving collaboration and competitive value using everyday mobile technologies.
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Working towards a goal to define current good practices providing information to allow organizations to benchmark their practices and improve on them.
UK Power Networks serves over eight million customers in the Greater London and south east areas. This large customer base depends on safe, reliable electric service. Recurring fires in underground cable pits posed a public hazard and caused power outages. The utility contracted Black & Veatch to rapidly inspect its facilities. Collector for ArcGIS enabled fast and accurate inspections and provided actionable data to help ensure the public's safety.
Examine the options available for measuring your laboratory capacity.
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Consistent management and communication are the keys to success when managing the supply chain of any advanced therapy clinical trial. In this article, we’ll review two case studies that demonstrate the importance of supply chain management by focusing on scaling up for commercial distribution and on packaging challenges within a cryogenic environment.
The ultimate degree of control for engineering would be the ability to create and manipulate materials at the most basic level, fabricating devices atom by atom with precise control.
Project Alpakka, a new collaboration between Hydro, Metallco, Infinitum, Norsk Metallgjenvinning and Kavli, along with NTNU and SINTEF, will save Norway more than 1.5 TWh of energy and several hundred thousand tonnes of CO2 each year by increasing the recyclability of food packaging.
For the first time, scientists have obtained direct, quantifiable observations of cloud seeding for increased snowfall -- from the growth of ice crystals, through the processes that occur in clouds, to the eventual snowfall.
Tohoku University researchers have developed an algorithm that enhances the ability of a Canadian-designed quantum computer to more efficiently find the best solution for complicated problems, according to a study published in the journal Scientific Reports.
The founders and employees of Mazzei Injector Company celebrated the organization's 40th anniversary with a look at the evolution from its humble beginnings in Angelo and Mary Mazzei's Bakersfield garage to its maturation into a world-renowned leader in fluid processing technology.