PresseBox
Press release BoxID: 803308 (Sesotec GmbH)
  • Sesotec GmbH
  • Regener Strasse 130
  • 94513 Schönberg
  • https://www.sesotec.com
  • Contact person
  • Brigitte Rothkopf
  • +49 (8554) 308-274

„180 Degrees“ Selects Sesotec Metal Detectors

(PresseBox) (Schönberg, ) 180 Degrees is a rapidly growing Auckland company producing a range of baked biscuits, snacks and crackers. With export markets really taking off, 180 Degrees have begun a major investment programme to expand production capacity and improve the efficiency of their plant.

Quality is the big driver behind 180 Degrees investment programme, so it was a priority for company director Nigel Cranston to make sure 180 Degrees had the best available metal detection technology in place.

After looking at all the options 180 Degrees selected a Sesotec Varicon+ metal detector supplied by Reynolds Group, featuring a C-SCAN multi-frequency detector tunnel. The Varicon+ metal detection system detects all metal contaminants (ferrous, non-ferrous and stainless steel) – even when enclosed in the product. This provided the best possible level of detection for all metal types across the full range of products, and extremely easy set-up and operation.

Nigel noted, “We have worked with Reynolds Group for our coding requirements for many years, and knowing that our new quality control systems are supported by such a great partner is reassuring.”

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Sesotec - an overview
With a turnover of more than EUR 60 million the Sesotec group is one of the leading manufacturers of machines and systems for product inspection and for the sorting of material flows. Product sales primarily focus on the food, plastics, chemical, pharmaceutical, and recycling industries. Sesotec's global presence includes subsidiaries in Great Britain, France, Italy, China, Singapore, India, Canada, and in the USA, a representative office in Turkey, and more than 40 agencies all over the world. The Sesotec group presently has 500 employees, about 400 are working at the main factory in Schönberg.