Safely free of metallic contaminants – piece by piece. Our tunnel metal detectors for conveyor belt use enable you to detect metallic contaminants in piece goods and separate out affected products quickly and reliably. The most effective protection for consumers, your machines and your image.
Metal detectors with integrated conveyor belt
are all-in-one systems consisting of a tunnel metal detector, a conveyor belt
and optional reject mechanisms. They can be integrated without issue into
existing production lines. Our systems provide robust and hygienic conveyor
belt technology, together with ultra-precise metal detection and extremely easy
handling. The modular design allows for custom solutions tailored to you and
your products. More information on how Sesotec metal detectors work is available here.
The materials used meet the food industry’s hygiene requirements. We offer models for dry and wet use.
Standard belt widths of 200 to 500 mm and effective aperture heights of 100 to 350 mm make it possible to check a wide range of products.
In line with the different properties of the products that require inspection, different separation systems are available, including pushers, air-blast nozzles, swivel arms, retraction belts and reject flaps.
We offer the right options for housing and surface finish, even when it comes to special hygienic requirements and mechanical load.
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 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.