Metal Detector Aims to Future-Proof Compliance

Options range from simple 'stop-on-detection' systems to fully-automated detect-and-reject systems, including pushers and air-blast devices.

Mettler Toledo 3

Mettler-Toledo (Lutz, FL) has unveiled its GC Series of conveyorized metal detection systems with features that include:

  • A highly configurable design that can be used with a variety of Safeline metal detectors, polyurethane or modular belts, and different reject mechanisms.
  • Integrated sensors and reject mechanisms ensure contaminated products are removed from the production process.
  • Options range from simple 'stop-on-detection' systems to fully-automated detect-and-reject systems, including pushers and air-blast devices.
  • Three levels of due diligence packages, with a suite of failsafe monitoring options, are available to meet specific compliance requirements.
  • A modular design simplifies the spare parts inventory because common parts can be used across multiple systems.
  • A quick release mechanism means conveyor belts can be removed in under ten minutes, and the tubular, open-frame design and sloping surfaces of the metal detector case minimizes dirt traps, making cleaning easier and faster.

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