you want to avoid the risk of metallic contaminants halting production or
ending up in the final product? Our metal detectors reliably detect all
metallic contaminants und provide protection – perfectly tailored to your
Regardless of whether the contaminant − exposed or embedded in the
product − is made of iron, steel, stainless steel or non-ferrous metals, such
as aluminum, copper and brass, our metal detection systems identify all
metallic contaminants using inductive technology (see below). They send a
signal to the process controls and, together with a separation unit, remove the
contaminated products – entirely automatically. Our machines for the food
industry comply with standards such as IFS, BRC and FSMA.
Our complete range of leading technology covers a wide range of products, types of conveyance and process steps. Whenever standard solutions do not provide the right fit, we find another way through customization. Our many years of experience in a variety of user-focused industries enables us to quickly immerse ourselves in your processes and offer solutions that will integrate perfectly into your production line!In terms of design and development, we focus on making the installation, everyday operation and cleaning of our systems as quick and easy as possible. Our machines and systems also feature a high level of mechanical stability and resistance to interference – quality that is engineered and made in Germany.
The detection abilities of our metal detection systems are not limited to
iron or magnetic materials, but rather include every type of metal. To make
this possible, they use the transmitter/receiver method based on
electromagnetic induction. While in operation, the metal detector generates a
constant electromagnetic field. If a piece of metal passes through the
detector, it disturbs the field. The signal subsequently received registers as the
presence of metal.
Our control systems therefore use sophisticated algorithms to analyze signals with reference values that either come preset or that are established during ongoing operations. This approach prevents them from triggering false alarms, while enabling them to reliably identify metallic contaminants. If a contaminant is detected, the module (depending on the configuration) sends a signal to the process controls, activates the downstream separation unit, notifies the operating staff and enters the incident into the integrated logbook.
Do you still have questions? Are you looking for brochures or technical data sheets? Would you like us to advise you with respect to your specific application? Contact us!
Our technology center also provides the opportunity to test your products with our systems and machines. You can either send us the product for testing, or you can visit in person.