Case and crate Inspectors Classification 922x578@1x


What Container 





Case and Crates Inspectors (also named Crate Checkers) and the related measurements whose goal is a binary classification (collectively name inspections), are not the most common in the Food and Beverage Packaging Lines. Their presence is however a valuable contribution to the automated solution of an amount of problems typical of the packaging Lines, avoiding huge amounts of Operators to be compelled to do what a single Crate Inspector does. Crate and case inspectors are differentiated as below for the kind of container inspected, full case or crate, crate returned by the market filled with returned bottles or empty crate.    

 Crate and case inspectors are differentiated as below for the kind of container inspected, full case or crate, crate returned by the market filled with returned bottles or empty crate


What Tracking







Another fundamental design-dependant, inital parameter is the way crates or case shall be tracked.  “To track” is a synonimous of “synchronisation” implying the persistence of the information regarding the identity of the container, along its entire displacement thru the Shifting-Register:

  1. where identity is attributed before, 
  2. a physical measurement made later, 
  3. a binary classification then made of the base of the comparison between the measurement’s result and preset limits;
  4. an the eventual rejection made on the base of the classification result.

  Classification on base of the kind of case or crate tracking



Measurement Physical Principle



With respect to the figure below, reducing the field to the most common chain-cycle synchro based, whatever the material crates or case are made of, they can be classified including the physical principle used to measure the property. 




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