Metal Detector MFS11
The convenience of using a metal detector is closely related to the HACCP principles.
An HACCP example is to identify the critical control points (CCPS), i.e. a phase of the production line in which a specific control eliminates or drastically reduces the risk that a contaminated product continues on the line and gets on the market.
One of the main risks is that a metal contaminant (nails, screws, coins, metal scrap, etc.) accidentally ends up in the package.
For this reason, one of the most common solutions is to inspect the product by a metal detector immediately after closing the package.
Implementing this type of control often involves the problem of obtaining the space necessary to insert the metal detector inside the production line. The MFS11 metal detector responds perfectly to this need: using a compact metal head allows you to fulfil the requirement to check for metal contaminants even in very limited spaces, while also managing contaminated product collection.
The multi-frequency electronics, combined with advanced functions - like self-check, automatic calibration and tracking - guarantee top level performance and fully meet the most common standards (including, among others: BRC, Marks & Spencer...) and the need to minimise false rejects.