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Minebea Intec continues to expand foreign body detection products

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By Jenny Eagle+


Minebea Intec launches Dymond Bulk X-ray inspection system. Picture: Minebea Intec.
Minebea Intec launches Dymond Bulk X-ray inspection system. Picture: Minebea Intec.

Minebea Intec continues to expand its foreign body detection products launching Dymond Bulk X-ray inspection system.

Dymond Bulk was developed with bulk goods in mind including nuts, smaller fruits, frozen vegetables, spices, coffee and seeds, and eliminates any foreign bodies it identifies.

It can identify foreign bodies made from metal, plastic, stone, dirt and glass and is suitable for processes between incoming goods and packaging lines in the food industry.

Dymond Bulk stands out because it is so user friendly. A conscious effort has been made to simplify the complex technology for the user: from real-time detection via color-based contamination analysis, to straightforward belt replacement and an easy-to-clean inspection system,” said Michael Zabawski, global product manager, Minebea Intec.

Zabawski added another product for processing granulated raw materials and foodstuffs is Minebea Intec’s Freefall Metal Detection System Vistus.

The modular detection system can be equipped with tubes and rejection devices that detects and eliminates all metal foreign bodies including ferrous, non-ferrous and non-magnetic stainless steels.

Minebea Intec is presenting a software release for statistical process controls: SPC@Enterprise 3.0 which converts all measurement data into useful information, including foreign body detection and dynamic checkweighing, at Interpack trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, this week (May 4-10).

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