Metal detection

What does it take to ensure a proper operation of your metal detection program?

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When your process runs smoothly without interruptions, you have less chance of fails in the metal detection system. Interruptions can negatively affect the reliability of your detection system: Continue reading “What does it take to ensure a proper operation of your metal detection program?”

Metal detection

Determination of the minimum rejected body size

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All detection methods have their minimal detection limits, inclusive metal detection. The factor which restricts the most is your product. On the second place there is the type of metal. You wish to reject all the metal, but unfortunately, this is impossible. Continue reading “Determination of the minimum rejected body size”

Metal detection

Metal detection – The solution for minimizing the contamination of your products?

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Metal detectors are widely used in the food producing industry, to reject the products containing metallic foreign bodies. Is it sufficient to install a metal detection within your production line? Continue reading “Metal detection – The solution for minimizing the contamination of your products?”