Ammunition Sorting

If you’re going to meet today’s toughest standards, and even tougher standards of the future, you’re going to need a partner that provides innovative inspection technology. Technology that gives you the confidence to assure customers their exact requirements will be met. Technology that lets you raise product quality and uniformity to new levels. Technology that gives you a competitive edge in value. For the past 20 years General Inspection LLC has been helping manufacturers around the world reduce their parts per minute defect levels to almost zero with our ammunition sorting systems.

Case Sorting

GI-6V

The Gi-6V is the world’s fastest and most accurate ammunition inspection machine available. It is a high speed comprehensive inspection system that detects all critical defects according to MIL-STD-636 for small caliber, MIL-STD-651 for medium caliber ammunition and components…

Bullet & Penetrator Sorting

GI-360T

The GI-360T is a 3-D 100% inspection machine. Precision split/narrow laser beams, multi laser velocity gauge and system 22 modeling of threads are used to accurately measure parts to print specs and tolerances. It uses 3-D information from multiple laser beams to detect defects…

Cartridge Sorting

GI-360T

The GI-360T is a 3-D 100% inspection machine. Precision split/narrow laser beams, multi laser velocity gauge and system 22 modeling of threads are used to accurately measure parts to print specs and tolerances. It uses 3-D information from multiple laser beams to detect defects…

Cup & Primer Sorting

GI-100DT

The GI-100DT is a high-speed vision based measuring machine used for cup inspection. This system incorporates a series of front and back lit cameras to calculate a part’s height, profile and inner/outer diameters…

Projectile Sorting

GI-360T

The GI-360T is a 3-D 100% inspection machine. Precision split/narrow laser beams, multi laser velocity gauge and system 22 modeling of threads are used to accurately measure parts to print specs and tolerances. It uses 3-D information from multiple laser beams to detect defects…