Just like all food manufacturers, producers of cheese and other milk products must perform HACCP analyses, as required by legal regulations and supermarket specifications. Contaminant detectors are an essential part of a successful HACCP set-up. Brand image also depends on the purity and quality of products; after all, contaminants that go undetected could potentially injure consumers.
These are just a few examples of typical contaminants in milk products. Sources of contamination can include machine and pipe wear, contaminated raw materials and additives (e.g. fruit mixtures), and objects belonging to machine operators.
One key task for which metal detectors and X-ray scanners are used with dairy products is the final inspection of the packaged products before they are shipped out. Apart from contaminant detection, our X-ray systems can also be used to check fill levels (e.g. for yogurt or yogurt drinks) and completeness. With regard to cheese production, contaminant detection also helps to prevent damage to processing machines.
As you can see, we support you in all steps of the process. Together we will find the solution that is best suited to your specific need.
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.
In this White Paper we show you the key benefits and
diverse application possibilities of x-ray technology and how these systems help
you to ensure your product quality.
With our booklet
about X-ray inspection of food products we give you an overview of x-ray
inspection in general, important food standards and Sesotec's
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.
Whitepaper outlines the legal requirements for food safety in some
of the world’s major markets and compares them with the most common standards.
This information is meant to help food industry companies choose the best
standard for their business.
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.
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.
As the world population grows and global living standards rise, the food industry is confronted with a number of challenges and opportunities, especially in the area of Food Safety. This e-book is meant to offer a comprehensive overview of the varying and influential factors shaping the future of food manufacturing and processing.
In the first part of our e-book article series "Food Safety", we looked at the factors that play an important role in the food industry from different perspectives. In the second part of the article series, we will discuss what support is available for the effective implementation of various food safety measures.
Founded in 1890, the Josef Manner & Comp. AG is the number one specialist for wafers, dragées,
and marshmallow products
As a leading
manufacturer of product
inspection technology, Sesotec supplied Manner with three RAYCON x-ray systems to help them renew their IFS certification in 2019. The solution was a success:
their IFS certificate was renewed and both production
sites continue to operate at the highest level of accreditation.
Among the favorite products of Tunacor Fishing Ltd are their fish sausages, which are especially celebrated in Spain. However, every now and then they would receive complaints from customers about bits of metal in the sausages.
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.
Metall-Separator für Fülleranwendungen
Metal separator for pumped products
Metal detector for installation on conveyor belts
Metal detector for installation on conveyor belts
Metall-Detektor zum Einbau in Förderbänder
Metall-Detektionssystem für Förderbandanwendungen
Conveyor based Metal detection systems
Kompaktes Metall-Detektionssystem mit Förderband zur Untersuchung von Stückgütern
Filter-Magnet für flüssige und pastöse Produkte
Product inspection system for slim and packaged products at moderate pricing
The RAYCON D+ MX LW is the standard model for inspecting lightly
packaged products. Therefore, this unit is equipped with an innovative
conveyor belt design that does not require curtains.
RAYCON D+ HX LW is the high-end model for inspecting light packaged
products. Therefore, this device is equipped with an innovative conveyor
belt design that does not require curtains. It achieves the highest
The RAYCON D+ MX BULK is the standard device for inspecting unpacked
bulk materials. Pneumatically driven flaps ensure minimal loss of good
RAYCON D+ HX BULK is the high-end model for the inspection of unpacked
bulk materials. It achieves the highest detection accuracies.
Pneumatically driven flaps ensure minimal loss of good material.
The RAYCON D+ HX Dual Energy high-end X-ray inspection system detects
difficult-to-detect low-density contaminants such as certain plastics
has completed the proven RAYCON product family and thus offers X-ray inspection
solutions for all applications in the food industry.