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How are X-ray Systems Used in the Pharmaceutical Industry?
The webinar shows how x-ray inspection can monitor numerous quality-control issues simultaneously. In a single pass, one x-ray inspection unit can identify dangerous physical contaminants and reject any product that fails to meet the exacting physical or presentational standards that pharmaceutical brands set themselves. It talks about brand values and the damage that product faults can cause and goes on to explain how x-ray inspection works and how it can catch contaminants at any stage of the production process. It continues by explaining the wide range of product integrity checks that pharmaceutical manufacturers can do by using x-ray inspection systems and shows how the technology can identify: Missing or broken products, like blister packs containing a damaged or missing capsule Checking fill levels and measuring the mass of a wide variety of products Identify airtight seals compromised by stray product or contaminants Looking for missing leaflets or components from for example medical devices such as asthma inhalers, to name only a few examples If you thought x-ray systems are not suitable for the inspection of pharmaceutical products, then you should view this short webinar to find out the opposite.
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