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Eriez E-Z Tec DSP metal detector conveyor systems protect against ferrous and nonferrous metal contamination.
Compliant with the Food Safety Modernization Act, SLIDEWAYS metal- and X-ray-detectable components for conveyor and food processing equipment provide detection levels that exceed FDA requirements.
Metal detection is a fact of life in the food processing industry. Most processors, whether they process snacks, meats, grains or liquids, have either metal detectors or X-ray machines to detect and control metal contamination.
Engineered to remove ferrous contaminants from dry products, the PPS dual inline, rare earth magnet plate features a tapered-step design that provides optimal contact with product as it travels through the unit.
The IMI Rare Earth RotoDrawer rotary-style, magnetic drawer-in-housing separator removes ferrous metal from powder and bulk processed products with difficult flow characteristics or a higher moisture content or particle size.
Featuring 4-quadrant technology, Cassel metal detectors find metals in “difficult” products such as cheese or high-salt content foods.
Designed to reduce the threat of product contamination for food processors, Rochling metal and X-ray detectable plastics are FDA and USDA approved for food contact.
Featuring a full-color touch screen, membrane key panel and product inspection data collection capability, the Mettler-Toledo Safeline Signature metal detector can be combined with a range of standard or custom conveyor systems.
The Anritsu Dual Wave series metal detector detects both ferrous and nonferrous metals.
Compensating for product effects without reducing detection sensitivity, CEIA MS21 metal detectors simultaneously use a broad spectrum of inspection frequencies to achieve sensitivity to all metal contaminants.