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Thanks to the excellent, semi-automatic self-learning procedure for determining the sensor parameters (recipes) of the INDEC vacuum inspection systems, commissioning is possible without a KoCoS technician.

Ensuring the highest product quality is a primary and indispensable objective, especially in food production. The tightness of the product containers are an important role in this.

Leaks can cause the contents to leak out. But it is much more important that germs penetrate the container and spoil the product.

The INDEC vacuum testing systems monitor the tightness of containers fully automatically directly in the production process. A wide variety of containers such as bottles, jars and cans are checked for leaks without contact and defective containers are removed from the product flow.

Often, the necessary technician charges for commissioning, especially in Europe or overseas, are not in good proportion to the purchase price of an INDEC system. Sometimes these costs amount to another 30-40% of the purchase price for the equipment.

For this reason, it is very important to have good and meaningful documents such as the operating instructions and suitable videos. We have all those resources in good quality with the INDEC vacuum inspection system.

To make the start easier for the customer, we offer to send us some bottles and jars from his range. We already save predefined sensor parameter sets (recipes) in his ordered INDEC device ex works. If fine-tuning is still required, this can be completed between the end customer and us using modern communication media.

This has already been proven several times in the past, both in Germany with the company STANGL, in the EU with the French company ANDRESY and overseas with PRINCES TUNA in Mauritius. These screen shots illustrate the self-learning process.

The system automatically adjusts the threshold to distinguish between good and bad containers. The more containers are fed to the tester, the more representative the result is for a good separation of good and bad containers.

Due to the excellent, semi-automatic self-learning procedure for determining the sensor parameters (recipes) of the INDEC vacuum testing systems, it is possible for the customer to commission the system on his own. The use of a KoCoS technician or a technician from our local representative on site is not mandatory.

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