Vision Inspection Systems

Inspection systems are intended to examine and measure a product’s features, as well as the components and materials it is made of. It can also be useful for evaluating a particular service or process, using measuring instruments, comparison standards, or testing equipment. E2M COUTH provides effective quality inspection systems to allow you to confirm the optimal functioning of any processes you carry out.

The inspection process involves verifying the units of a batch. During an inspection, only parts with a specific quality are accepted. Two problems can arise if you wish to do this manually. It would be considerably more costly on the one hand, while the accuracy of the inspection process could also be reduced.

E2M COUTH provides you with the most modern and sophisticated inspection systems to evaluate the quality of your products or processes. E2M COUTH has a wide range of in-line inspection systems, capable of covering all kinds of needs and industrial sectors.

These types of inspection systems are used within the quality control, labelling, and product packaging processes from industries such as cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, beverages, and regular and baby food. Vision inspection systems are also key to detect irregularities, residues, flaws, and printing errors in the packaging and labelling of products, removing any that do not meet the standards defined in the production process.

If you wish to perform thorough control of the quality of your production for your industry, then you should learn about the advantages of E2M COUTH’s inspection systems. They are:


Packaging quality control

Quality inspection systems that work with vision allow you to thoroughly inspect each product on the line. This will give you the peace of mind that no product will leave the facility with flaws. This makes the inspection system an additional layer of brand protection, reducing the risk of certain product recalls, among other aspects.


Minimising reprocessing

Numerous types of products can pass through the production lines throughout the day. This requires the execution of product change, which is where errors are often made. With inspection systems that work with vision, an incorrect label can be identified quickly, notifying operators. This means fewer products with wrong labels will be reprocessed, allowing staff to focus on other tasks.


Reducing product recalls

Another advantage of inspection systems is the reduction of product recalls for the end customer. Manufacturers seek to minimise these recalls, given the cost and damage to the brand image that can result. Errors in packaging and labelling are often the main reasons for these product recalls.

Installing a vision inspection solution can eliminate almost every possibility of a product with a packaging or labelling error reaching the distribution network. Identifying and removing non-compliant packaging from the production line minimises the cost for this type of correction.


Waste reduction

Vision inspection systems allow you to verify that the container is correct before filling it. This reduces the chances of product waste. If labels are placed after filling, the contents can also be checked before labelling is applied to the packaging, which also reduces the chance of product waste.


Increased efficiency

One clear advantage of using vision inspection systems within any industry is how it provides a meaningful perspective of the entire production process. This enables manufacturers to better plan the entire maintenance of their production equipment by tracking trends, such as defect type.

This inspection system can share valuable data with other production equipment on the line, making adjustments to the system configuration along the way to correct any minor errors before they can lead to a major problem.


Protecting the brand

Whenever a company begins to recall products or has flaws in its products, this can undermine the image that customers and partners have of the brand. Inspection systems can also be very useful for keeping the image intact by detecting packaging and labelling errors before these products reach a warehouse or the shelves of a store. This will also help to maintain a company’s reputation of always having quality products.

One of the ways these systems work is with cells in vision inspection systems. This is a piece of equipment that all products pass through to review and check their condition. This uses software that processes the images captured by the cell chambers, carrying out an analysis and obtaining measurements and data that can verify whether the condition of the product is correct or defective.

If it is in proper condition, the product will continue along the production line. However, if the product has any flaws or defects, the system springs into action, ejecting the item from the production line.

The vision inspection system is composed of several elements that allow it to act successfully. These include sensors, lighting, cameras, and software that processes the data and orders rejection if quality requirements are not met.

It ultimately involves a joint effort with one clear objective: to make the production line as effective as possible, controlling the quality of all products to avoid flaws or errors that undermine the image of the company.

A proper inspection system is a must within any industry that produces certain items to achieve the highest quality in all its products. These types of systems are key for ensuring that any item with flaws in its packaging or is poorly labelled, defective or is damaged, can be removed from the production line before it reaches customers’ hands.

To this end, if you have a production process and are thinking of improving the quality of your products, having a good inspection system like the ones we have at E2M COUTH is just for you. The technology allows you to improve your brand image to your customers’ eyes, since all your products will have undergone an inspection, ensuring the highest quality, both in terms of  condition and of appearance.


E2M COUTH® has a wide range of inspection systems for all sectors at each phase in the industrial process:





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