Metal Detector for Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals

Metal detection systems to detect various ferrous and non-ferrous metals in industrial applications

Our advanced metal detection systems can detect and reject metal contaminants from your production line. It’s important to use an industrial metal detector for detecting ferrous and non-ferrous metals in your production to help optimize quality control and preserve brand integrity. We specialize in systems that can reject various metal contaminants in packaged, non-packaged, frozen, wet, or liquid food applications, as well as capsules, powders, and other pharma or non-food applications.

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What metal contaminants can industrial metal detection systems detect?

Our industrial metal detection systems can detect and reject a range of ferrous, non-ferrous, and stainless-steel metal contaminants.

There are many ways metal contamination can enter your products. They can be found in raw materials such as fishhooks in seafood, through machinery wear and tear, during maintenance practices (washers and bolts), or even accidentally through employee personal effects like jewelry.

What’s the difference between ferrous and non-ferrous metals?

When detecting metal in industrial applications, ferrous and non-ferrous metals can be distinguished by their many properties. The simplest way of defining the difference is that ferrous metals contain iron and non-ferrous metals do not.

Examples of ferrous metals include stainless steel, carbon steel, and cast iron. Examples of non-ferrous metals include copper, aluminum, and nickel.

One common property of ferrous metals is that they are often magnetic. However, you can also find some contamination risks from non-magnetic stainless steels, which is why you need an advanced industrial metal detector for detecting ferrous and non-ferrous metals of all types.

How can spherical sensitivity affect how metal contamination is detected?

Spherical sensitivity is a crucial aspect of your industrial metal detection system, and acts as a measurement of how a system detects different shapes, sizes, and types of metal contaminants. The higher the level of sensitivity, the smaller the ferrous and non-ferrous metal contaminants that can be detected.

However, certain factors can affect the level of sensitivity of the metal detection system. These factors need to be taken into account in order to help increase the effectiveness of your inspection process.

Many factors can affect metal detection for detecting metal inclusions in industrial processes such as whether the metal is ferrous or non-ferrous, the physical form of the product being inspected, the size and shape of the metal, the temperature of the product at inspection, and much more.

We offer a wide range of metal detection systems with various sensitivity options to help you find the right industrial metal detector for detecting ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

Why is it important to reject ferrous and non-ferrous metal contaminants from industrial applications?

Using an industrial metal detector for detecting ferrous and non-ferrous metals in your industrial food, non-food, and pharma applications is crucial for a wide number of reasons. These include:

  • Reducing costs from having to unnecessarily dispose of uncontaminated products
  • Supporting compliance with industry standards
  • Using metal detection for product recalls prevention
  • Solidifying your brand integrity, so customers and businesses can rely on your products to be free of metal contamination