Before using CXR’s X-Ray Inspection Equipment
Every industry that uses diagnostic x-ray equipment and machinery is regulated by both the federal and state governments.
However, in comparison to each other, some states issue minimal regulations and guidelines for x-ray used in non-destructive testing of products versus that used for humans.
Using CXR’s X-Ray Inspection Equipment At Multiple Locations
Inspection Process for CXR’s X-Ray Inspection Equipment:
We recommend that each plant designate a “Person-In-Charge” to coordinate activities between plant personnel, our technician and, when applicable, the USDA Inspector-In-Charge (I.I.C.).
In most cases, the inspection will require four of your own personnel: one to monitor the screen, one to feed the product unto the conveyor, one to unload and repackage or re-palletize the product, and one to help out on either end and to keep the belt full at all times.
The CXR technician will demonstrate the operation of the equipment to all of our personnel.
A seeded sample will be introduced into the machine to train the operators.
Upon the approval of the Person-In-Charge the inspection commences.
The I.I.C. and the Person-In-Charge may choose to reintroduce the seeded sample throughout the inspection process to anytime.