industrial food metal detector
Commercial Metal Detectors for Food Manufacturers
When you're a food manufacturer, you need to ensure the safety of your products at every stage of the process. That's why we have a wide selection of commercial metal detectors that can be deployed in your food processing facility or your manufacturing plant to ensure that there are no contaminants in any product.
Industrial Metal Detectors for Food Safety
In addition to being used as part of an overall quality control program, we also offer industrial metal detectors that can be used specifically for food safety purposes. These units are designed to detect contaminants like lead and other heavy metals, as well as mold and bacteria. They work by detecting the presence of these contaminants by using X-rays or radiation to detect the items hidden within your products.
Food Science industrial Metal Detectors
Our food science metal detectors are designed specifically for use in laboratories where researchers are working with foods and other materials that may contain small amounts of metal contaminants. These units work by detecting these items through X-ray technology and then ejecting them from whatever container they may be stored in before they enter into contact with any other substances or equipment used during experimentation (for example).
Food metal detectors are a must-have for any food manufacturer or restaurant. These devices are used to ensure that your products are safe and uncontaminated, and they can also help you identify issues with your manufacturing process so that you can fix them before they become a problem.
The first step in choosing the best food metal detector for your needs is deciding what type of product you are looking for. There are many different types of food metal detectors on the market, but most fall into two categories: XRF (X-ray fluorescence) and NDE (near-infrared). Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it's important to know what each one offers before making a decision.
XRF detectors scan objects with an X-ray beam that contains photons with high energy levels. This beam passes through the object being scanned and then hits a detector at the other end of the machine. The amount of energy absorbed by this beam is measured and analyzed by software in order to determine if there are any contaminants present. While this method is relatively quick, it does require special training in order to operate safely; however, it does provide accurate results without damaging the product being tested.