Tortillas/Pizza/Flat Bread

For these products, a series of special measurements have been developed to allow manufacturers to properly quantify critical quality attributes. Measurements sold as Fold Length, Bite Depth, and Diameter ‘Roughness’ are a few examples of attributes that would otherwise be impossible to accurately measure manually in real-time.

In addition, since these products are normally manufactured in a specific pattern, special ‘lane’ analysis can display any measured attribute by lane in order to pinpoint the location of process problems.

Automatic rejection is an important feature of these systems, since irregular and misshaped products can jam-up downstream packaging equipment and cause production downtime.

LEARN MORE about the Sightline products best suited for the inspection of tortillas, flatbread and pizza: Benchtop Inspection System, Over-Line Inspection System, In-Line Inspection System, Automation Solutions and Software Reporting & Analysis.

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