Mettler Toledo Safeline Signature Gravity Fall Metal Detector
Seamless 'Detect and Reject' of Contaminated Products
Our Gravity Fall metal detector systems with keypad operation are designed to inspect bulk, free falling fine powdered and granular products in food production and non-food applications. High volume products are able to free-fall, or drop through a small metal detector aperture delivering very high sensitivity. The combination of maximum detection capability, efficient rejection systems and new technology to optimize performance testing leads to increased operational efficiency, maximized profitability, and easier compliance with both industry standards and regulations.
Maximum Sensitivity and Performance
Using one or multiple tuned frequencies with enhanced noise and vibration immunity, delivers high levels of sensitivity to detect more metal.
Simple to Use and Robust Detector Design
Proven reliability. Intuitive, easy to use menu driven keypanel. IP65 rated with a choice of detector finishes.
Automatic balance control and on board fault reporting combine to deliver a stable operating platform to reduce potential downtime.
Features & Benefits
|Unrivalled sensitivity and stability||The capacity to detect all metal contaminants with robust on-line stability for minimised false reject events.|
|Integrated reject systems||Effective rejection of all contaminants in all loose product types via a choice of heavy duty reject diverter options.|
|Performance validation software||Built-in performance validation software indicates when scheduled testing is due and assists QA staff by guiding them through step by step test routines. Systems can incorporate integrated test kit to aid compliance.|
|Compact design for easy line integration||Space saving design incorporating patented ZMFZ technology ensures installation can take place in situations where head room is extremely restricted.|
|Connectivity options||Can be provided with an integral Ethernet adapter enabling connection to all external data collection devices and factory management systems.|