How to Improve Detection of Real World Metal Contaminants | Live Webinar
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How to Improve Detection of Real World Metal Contaminants

On Demand Webinar

Why Sensitivity is Critical for Detecting Wires, Swarf and Other Thin Slithers of Metal

How to Improve Detection of Real World Metal Contaminants
Stuart Preston: Market Manager METTLER TOLEDO Safeline

Stuart Preston
Market Manager

METTLER TOLEDO Safeline

How to Improve Detection of Real World Metal Contaminants
Robert Stevens: Market Manager METTLER TOLEDO Safeline

Robert Stevens
Market Manager 

METTLER TOLEDO Safeline

This webinar - How to Improve Detection of Real World Metal Contaminants - is part of a new "How To…" series of educational, online events designed to help food manufacturers to better understand how you can optimize the performance of your product inspection equipment.

Most food manufacturers and food processors have metal detection systems installed in their production lines yet they still receive customer complaints regarding metal contamination. Upon investigation the contamination is often found to be non-spherical in shape such as wire-type contamination or long thin slithers of metal.

This free webinar explores how to improve detection of real world contaminants to improve the performance of your metal detection program. At the same time you will see tools that can help you reduce product waste, reduce false rejects, and optimize your production processes. 

The live webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.

Stuart Preston and Rob Stevens
20 minutes
English

Routine Performance Monitoring Testing Requirements

Choosing the right metal detection system for your application is essential to maximize inspection performance, and ultimately, protect your brand, whilst minimizing costs associated with product recalls and false rejects.

This webinar explores a range of solutions available, identifies key considerations when comparing different metal detection systems, and offers top tips to help you manage your metal detection program effectively.

Interested in learning more? Register to attend our webinar to get the inside scoop.

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