Conveyor belt metal detector for food products
Inspecting and rejecting finished food products for metal contamination is a vital part of the manufacturing process. However, many existing detection solutions require a line redesign in order to be integrated into existing production. A complete system comprising high-sensitivity detection with food-safe conveying and automatic rejection allows for simple integration into almost any existing facility.
Metal detection and rejection system with conveyor
The THS/FBB and THS/MBB from Ceia are self-contained metal detection and (optionally) rejection systems for food products with an inbuilt conveyor. This allows for the simplest integration of high-sensitivity contamination detection into any existing line operation.
CEIA Conveyor Inspection Systems are available in a wide range of sizes covering different application requirements with flat (THS/FBB) or modular (THS/MBB) belt: the inspection systems are certified fully compatible with food product handling ( EU, FDA compliant) requirements.
THS/FBB and THS/MBB feature the high-performance THS21 multi-spectrum metal detection system. This has been purpose-designed for maximum sensitivity, even in difficult installations with high levels of electromagnetic interference.
The detector unit feature auto-learning, meaning it can be used with a huge variety of product and packaging types without affecting its ability to detect all ferrous, non-ferrous and stainless steel metals.
The conveyor system is built around a hygienic structure of AISI 316L stainless steel. It features full digital control of the conveyor speed and can be configured for a range of rejection methods including belt stop, air blast, pusher arm and retractable systems.
- All-stainless and FDA-certified material construction
- Wide range of rejection mechanisms available to suit your exact needs
- Highest sensitivity detection of all metals in a wide range of product and packaging types
- Available in sizes and conveyor types to meet your needs
- Rapid detection and rejection for maximum throughput