CINTEX

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CINTEXCombined In-Port Tactical Exercise
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A heating oven from Cintex Industrial, India, a balance from Mettler Toledo India Private Limited, India, and a razor blade from a local market were also used to perform the experiment.
Setup and calibration is dramatically reduced via Cintex's patented IDC electronics.
In order to keep the machines and conveyors working smoothly, however, Cintex's design team needed a reliable way to control both the speed of the conveyor and the detection of contaminants.
The Cintex machines that inspect for particulate contamination in food typically work on two principles: electro-magnetic field and X-ray.
High speed imaging capabilities, compact design and user-friendly operation are all features designed into the new InSight X-Ray System from Cintex of America.
It then passes through a Cintex CS 3000S checkweigher, which signals a second auger filler downstream to top off the bag with exactly the needed amount of flour.
A full range of products is available to hire; from both the Loma and Cintex range of checkweighers and combo's to the top-of-the-range X-ray and metal detection systems.
Cintex of America, Inc., 6919 51st St., Kenosha, WI 53142; Tel: 262-657-7848, Fax: 262-657-3056, Toll Free: 800-4-CINTEX
Cintex of America Inc., 6919 - 51st St., Kenosha, WI 53144.
The latest technology for peering inside food packages is capacitive resistance, used in the recently introduced Closed Pack Inspection System made by Cintex of America, Kenosha, Wis.
Loma Systems and Cintex will be exhibiting a range of new inspection solutions at the Total Show.