Minute metal particles in polymer melt can lead to costly breakdowns during injection moulding, extrusion and blow moulding. The risk is further increasing with the growing practice in the plastics-processing and recycling industries of processing regranulate and regrind. Our metal separators efficiently and reliably remove contaminants right at the material inlet above the machine.
Our metal detectors are installed directly before injection-moulding
machines, extruders and blow-moulding machines to inspect slow-moving or
standing material columns. Positioning our metal detectors there enables you to
remove all magnetic and non-magnetic metals − even if they are embedded in the
product − while ensuring minimal loss of material. More information on how
Sesotec metal detectors and separators work is available
The compact, space-saving design facilitates quick assembly.
Metallic contaminants are removed through the “Quick-Valve” separation unit and a venturi nozzle or the proven quick separating slide for high levels of material throughput.
We offer designs for bulk good temperatures up to 140 ̊C and special mains voltages. The SAFEMAG magnet separator or a hopper magnet for the pre-separation of ferrous metals can also be integrated. Regarding manual separation and functional testing, buttons are available for custom placement in own housing.
Unser White Paper beschreibt einige der Herausforderungen, die sich
in der Fleischindustrie hinsichtlich der Produktreinheit und -sicherheit
ergeben und erklärt die verfügbaren Technologien, die für die Detektion
von Fremdkörpern zur Verfügung stehen.
Our White Paper informs you about the criteria that
need to be considered when you choose machines and systems for the
protection against contaminants and for metal detection.
Our White Paper describes the development of technologies in
contaminant detection in the food industry.
How easy is it to install the metal detector in the production line – and
how easy is it for your staff to operate the device?
In our white paper, we provide a detailed
outline of the issues, their causes and the necessary countermeasures for
eliminating metal contamination in the plastics processing industry.
In our e-book we show you, amongst others, what challenges the development of the world's population and especially food safety pose for manufacturers and processors and how they can still be mastered.
Despite the breadth of technology available for foreign object detection, certain types of food products remain difficult to inspect via conventional methods. The reason for this is that some foods have high levels of product effect, which can interfere with metal detection. This white paper examines the phenomenon of product effect, the problems it can cause, and why artificial intelligence offers an innovative and promising solution.
The plastics industry is under pressure. Between climate change, excessive consumption of finite resources, and vast amounts of plastic waste in the world’s oceans, plastics are coming to be seen in a different light by politicians, businesses, and consumers alike. Read in our e-book about the most important factors of a functioning circular economy, especially which challenges and opportunities exist for recyclers and plastics processors.
This guide is intended to help quality managers and production managers in food processing companies to generate a common understanding regarding validation and verification processes in their own organization and to implement appropriate procedures.
In the new Sesotec White Paper "Using recycled materials in plastics processing" you will learn about
SITRAPLAS GmbH is a producer of high-performance engineering plastic compounds. Unplanned downtime is a nightmare for every company, but especially for continuous production facilities. When metal separators are networked with plastic processing machines, the flow of information between machines can be monitored.
While processing virgin glass-filled material together with regrind, the same problem was coming up up over and over again. Metal inclusions were clogging the hot runners of the molds, leading to as many as 10 emergency stops and 2 to 3 costly repairs per month. After careful consideration of the production environment and manufacturing specifications, the metal detection system PROTECTOR 40 was installed along with the magnet system SAFEMAG at the feed hopper of the injection molding machine.
The Backwelt Pilz produces pre-baked and pre-cooked deep-frozen baked goods, for the food retail trade, petrol station shops and system gastronomy. In order to ensure that bread and rolls are absolutely free of foreign bodies, the Backwelt Pilz decided, in addition to the existing metal detectors, also to install RAYCON D+ X-ray inspection equipment for packaged products.
For more than 335 years and 14 generations, Rubinmühle has been managed by the Rubin family.
Customers in Europe and beyond benefit from their reliable and flexible supply of innovative, high-quality grain products.
As quality requirements have become
more stringent over time,
commenced a search for a solution that could
inspect grain flakes with the best possible detection rates.
Many customers face the problem of lacking the knowledge of which setting parameters can cause a significant change in product safety and process relevance. A validation process can aid these customers to overcome this challenge and take a successful path towards compliance with food safety standards. Such as process can also be used as a service.
Brochure about the production and processing of meat products.
Metall-Separator für Extruder, Spritzgieß- und Blasformmaschinen
Metall-Separator für Spritzgießmaschinen, Extruder und Blasformmaschinen