December 12, 2018

Multi-spectrum metal detector receives USDA certification

CEIA-metal-detector-USDAThe CEIA THS/MS21 is now available with optional USDA-certified construction, compliant with the USDA’s stringent hygiene and sanitation guidelines for the design and fabrication of a variety of processing equipment. This design eliminates any difficult to clean areas, which could harbor bacteria.

Designed for the most difficult products with strong product effect, only CEIA THS/MS21 multi-spectrum metal detectors use multiple detection frequencies simultaneously to deliver the greatest sensitivity to all magnetic and non-magnetic metals and accurately compensate for product effect to reduce waste and false reject signals without reducing sensitivity.

CEIA, the world’s largest manufacturer of metal detectors, developed multi-spectrum technology, available in no other metal detector. In addition to the industry’s highest sensitivity to all magnetic and non-magnetic metals, including stainless steel, CEIA THS/MS21 detectors accurately differentiate between product effect and metal contaminants with no need to reduce sensitivity. They have exclusively partnered with Heat and Control to provide sales and service throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Latin America (excluding Chile).

CEIA’s MS21 metal detector achieves the highest sensitivity to smaller metal particles by applying a broad spectrum of frequencies simultaneously and continuously. Unlike the latest multi-frequency detectors which apply frequencies one-at-a-time, CEIA’s continuous inspection process accurately differentiates between metal contaminants and product effects without reducing metal detection sensitivity.







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