What Food Processors Should Know: Metal Detection Vs. X-Ray Inspection
Consumer safety has always been a primary concern for food processors. However, the recent enactment of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FMSA) has turned the intensity up even higher. This white paper, "What food processors should know: metal detection vs. X-ray inspection," will tell you everything you need to know about what product inspection equipment to use to ensure that you in compliance with regulations established by the FMSA.
Brochure: Sartorius Vistus® Metal Detectors
Sartorius metal detectors work to a very high level of accuracy and can detect various metal contaminants. The timely detection and rejection of contaminated products helps to avoid faulty batches and thus keeps costs down and avoids
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Datasheet: KD81/82xx Metal Detector — duw-h Series
The new high-sensitivity head and new algorithms achieve higher sensitivity. The detection sensitivity in S/N ratio has been improved by three times or more, leading to an improvement of up to two ranks in detectable metal sizes (in-house comparison).
Datasheet: TurboGrate™ Magnetic Separator
Our newly redesigned TurboGrate Magnetic Separator removes ferrous metals from powder and granular materials with even the most difficult flow characteristics. This magnetic separator features a powerful motorized rotating grate magnet which processes material, such as cocoa, flour or starch, that would bridge traditional grate assemblies.
S+S Metal Detectors Keeps Marsha's Buckeyes Safe By S+S Inspection
Known as the "Buckeye State" after the buckeye tree, Ohio is also well known for candy Buckeyes, confections made in the shape of the nut from this famous tree. One of the best known producers of these candies is Marsha's Homemade Buckeyes of Perrysburg, Ohio.
The popcorn processing and packaging industry typically relies on low-velocity, dense phase pneumatic conveying to transfer popcorn kernels. This is primarily due to the friability of the popcorn kernel.
Nutraceuticals are becoming increasingly popular in America. Most major food companies have developed food and beverage lines incorporating various "functional foods" that provide health benefits that extend beyond basic nutrition.
The Milchwerke Schwaben dairy company processes 370 million kilograms of milk annually. As there is a market for them, the company opted not only to supply 1 kg packs but to offer its existing product range also in small cups.
Filamatic's automatic inline filling equipment accommodates an array of products, from free-flowing to viscous, from pharmaceuticals to contract packagers, as well as a variety of containers in all shapes and sizes. Filamatic Inline Fillers provide a quick and accurate fill within a straight line on a conveyor and offers a quick changeover and simple operation.