Working Principle of Metal Detector
Metal Detectors work on the principle of detecting metal contaminants in food products. They use electromagnetic fields to identify any metallic objects present in the food. When a metal object passes through the detector, it disrupts the electromagnetic field, triggering an alarm or signal. This alert indicates the presence of metal contamination in the food.
Metal Detectors are widely used in the food industry to ensure the safety and quality of food products. They can detect various types of metal contaminants, including ferrous metals (such as iron and steel), non-ferrous metals (such as aluminum and copper), and stainless steel. Metal Detectors are particularly effective at detecting metal particles, fragments, or foreign objects that may have accidentally entered the food during processing or packaging.
It is important to note that metal detectors are not able to detect non-metallic contaminants, such as plastic, glass, or rubber. For this reason, X-Ray inspection systems may be preferred in certain situations where non-metallic contaminants need to be detected.
Overall, metal detectors are an essential tool in the food industry to ensure product safety and meet regulatory requirements.
• Vixdtetal Metal Detector applying multifrequency detection technology with high detect sensitivity.
• One machine, Five different detection modes for different types of products, including DRY, WET, Super WET, SALTY and Aluminized Film modes.
• Easy to use, it only takes two steps toset a new recipe for a new products to be detected.
• Stable, Ferrous, Non-Ferrous, StainlessStill all could be detected on high precision.