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Metal Detector For Food Industry
Touch screen digital belt conveyor metal detector
Metal detection systems can be utilized to provide compliance with food safety standards (GFSI, BRC, IFS), retailers’ code of practice, legislation and industry guidance.
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APPLICATION IS INTRODUCED
Metal Detectors detect metal contaminants accidentally present on industrial products, with levels of sensitivity, immunity to interference and response speeds designed to satisfy the strictest Quality Control requirements.
In the food production industry, metal is one of the most commonly found contaminant materials in food. Metal can be introduced at all stages of processing of food, as it is most commonly used in the construction of machinery, handling equipment and ancillary utensils. A metal detector for the food industry can help ensure the safety and integrity of a wide range of unpack-aged, packaged or bulk goods, by identifying metal contaminants during processing or packaging and helping to ensure that they do not enter food that we eat. As part of a HACCP program, metal detection systems can be utilized to provide compliance with food safety standards (GFSI, BRC, IFS), retailers’ code of practice, legislation and industry guidance.
APPLICATIONS IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY
Convenience Food/fast food
The Convenience Food covers a variety of highly processed and prepared foods, whether they are frozen, chilled, baked or unbaked. This includes products such as ready meals or ready-to-eat meals, soups, wraps, pizzas, burritos, pies, salads, sushi, sandwiches and sauces
Encompasses many different flour-based products, which include fresh and frozen bread and rolls, semi-baked goods, croissants, cakes, pastries, doughnuts, pancakes, and dough. It also includes biscuits, cookies, crackers, tarts, and fruit pies
Cereals & Grains& Nuts
Products that are typically inspected in dried foods, cereals & grains include: coffee, tea, nuts, dried beans, dried fruits, herbs, cereals, wheat, rice, flour, sugar, barley, quinoa and many more. This product is usually inspected in bulk or free-flowing form, either on a horizontal conveyor or a free fall gravity-fed detector, or could be inspected end of line when packaged
The Snack Food segment includes food products such as chocolates, candy bars, sweets, jellies, gums, hard and chew candies, through to snack foods such as potato chips, crisps, ready to eat nuts, trail mix, savory snacks, energy and granola bars.