Metal Detection Systems with new Coil – High Sensitivity and Ease of Operation

Sesotec's new INTUITY metal detector operates with multi-simultaneous-frequency technology  for high-end metal detection. The also newly designed INTUITY CONTROL user interface  provides improved ease of operation and is er	 gonomically positioned. (Photo: Sesotec)
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Sesotec is one of the world's leading manufacturers of machines and systems for contaminant detection and product sorting. At this year's interpack 2017 the new INTUITY metal detection coil is one of the trade fair highlights presented by Sesotec GmbH at stand A90 in hall 13.

The metal detection system that is demonstrated at the trade fair is equipped with the new INTUITY metal detection coil. With multi-simultaneous-frequency technology INTUITY reaches a scanning sensitivity that is up to 50 percent higher than in other systems on the market. Since this coil operates with several different frequencies in parallel, highest product purity is ensured also in demanding applications with a high product effect. With the newly developed INTUITY CONTROL user interface the system also offers improved ease of operation.

With metal detection systems packed products can be inspected for accidental metal contaminations. The systems even detect smallest metal particles in products and thus ensure that packed products are free of metallic contaminations.

What all Sesotec metal detection systems have in common is a mechanical design that meets the special hygienic requirements of the food industry ("hygienic design"). Sesotec product inspection systems are "ready for Industry 4.0" and can be networked with other plant components, which increases the total efficiency, quality and flexibility of production.

Metal detection systems that can be seamlessly integrated in packing lines allow an automated reliable quality inspection on an industrial level. In view of increasingly stringent statutory regulations and higher liability risks, the inspection of products for contaminants must become an integral part of quality management for companies in the food industry.
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