Unrivaled bone detection
Marel's SensorX Magna is a unique inspection system that detects and eliminates hard contaminants such as bone, glass and metal, at the very start of the production process. The system uses industry-leading X-ray technology to monitor and control the incoming meat supply and ensure it is contaminant-free before it is formed into the end product.
Marel's SensorX Magna ensures meat is bone free before it forms the end product.
Protecting brands and consumers
Many of the world's largest fast-food chains rely on SensorX to guarantee bone-free products. The system gives peace of mind that both their brand name and consumers are protected. SensorX Magna gives everyone in the meat value chain, including retailers and QSRs, complete confidence that bone, metal and glass will be removed before products are created. Ultimately, this means that consumers will always get safe, high-quality products.
SensorX Magna delivers bone-free products with unrivaled accuracy. On average, the system finds between 30 and 70 bones in 2,000 lbs of meat.
Palmi Freyr Bardarson
Global Product Manager X-ray solutions, Marel
On-spec products every time
Not only does SensorX Magna ensure bone-free products, it also measures fat to lean ratio with the highest levels of accuracy. This ensures that extremely consistent products can be created, which means a consumer will get the same experience, time and time again.
A proven solution, optimizing food safety
Not only is SensorX Magna used by many of the leading global fast-food chains, there are also more than 1,000 systems installed in more than 40 countries around the world.
Discover more about our solutions
Our SensorX trim handling solutions are all based on extensive knowledge of X-ray technology, the most efficient way to detect bone fragments and measure CL accurately.
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