Metallic contaminants in plastic granulate, regrind, flour or breadcrumbs can lead to blocked nozzles and filters, damaged machines or impure final products. Our metal detectors for pneumatic applications provide optimum protection against interruptions to production, downtime and customer complaints.
Our metal detection systems can be integrated quickly and easily into
existing vacuum or pressure conveyor pipes. Even at high conveying speeds and
temperatures, they reliably remove contaminants from pneumatically conveyed
bulk goods with minimal loss of material for the plastics-processing, chemical,
pharmaceutical and food industries. More information on how Sesotec metal
detectors and separators work is available
All components come pre-assembled, and the assembly frame ensures quick and easy installation. A compact design also helps you save space.
Thanks to its responsive shutter flap, the “Quick-Flap” separation unit safely removes metal particles even at high conveying speeds without interrupting the flow of the conveyed material. It also prevents leak air from entering the conveyor pipes. The entire separation mechanics, junctions and separation flap are made out of stainless steel (1.4301).
Integration into already existing conveyor pipe systems with standard nominal widths up to 150 mm is possible without any issue thanks to quick-lock couplings and ventilation flanges.
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.
Lecture by Sesotec X-ray Product Manager Uli Hurzlmeier concerning the "Food Safety" IFFA focus.
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.
Separately purchased recyclate often contains various different polymers as well as metal contaminants such as aluminum, brass, and stainless steel. Learn in our Case Study how Sitraplas has solved this problem.