InspectRx® Consumers Product
Toothbrush Inspection System
Compiance with FDA CFR-21 Part 11
Toothbrush system is being used to identify high quality toothbrushes
filled with tufts. Each tuft must be properly collimated to contain
acceptable number if high quality bristles. Also, the InspectRx®
Toothbrush system ensures that each tuft contains acceptable number
of bristles, and free from debris or impurities.
Toothbrush system inspects for ¡°wild bristles,¡±
¡°long bristles,¡± ¡°empty tufts,¡±
¡°partially empty tufts,¡± ¡°handle
color,¡± and several other manufacturing and molding flaws.
Toothbrush system can be easily programmed within minutes by trained
operators. The system contains several ¡°fool-proof¡±
algorithsms to prevent inadvertent error. Therfore, highly skilled operators
are not necessary required.
Toothbrush system detects manufacturing errors with exceptional precision
and with a high degree of repeatability.
InspectRx® Toothbrush System analyzes
top view of a good transparent toothbrush
The InspectRx® Toothbrush System accounts
for every acceptable or unacceptable toothbrush. The unacceptable toothbrushes
are claassified and directed to separate reject chutes according to
the type of errors detected. The system ensures product safety, accountability,
InspectRx® Toothbrush System analyzes side
view of a good transparent toothbrush
If wild bristles on either side of the tufts are detected, the
toothbrush is deemed unacceptable. The InspectRx®
Toothbrush system directs this type of toothbrush to a corrective work
When a long bristle is detected, the toothbrush is deemed unacceptable.
The InspectRx® Toothbrush system directs also
this type of toothbrush to a corrective work area.
When an empty cavity is detected, it indicates that a complete tuft
is missing. The toothbrush is deemed unacceptable. The InspectRx®
Toothbrush system directs this type of toothbrush to a reject chute.
When an acceptable toothbrush is analyzed, the InspectRx®
system directs it to the final packaing station.