Food metal detectors are one of the tools that food processors use to help ensure only quality metal-free food products are being shipped to consumers. The newest technology to be incorporated into food metal detectors is a multiscan capability where the critical control point scans up to five completely adjustable frequencies to find metal types and sizes previously undetectable. How does it do it?
Are multiscan food metal detectors harder to operate than single-scan detectors?
How long does it take to see the results of a scan?
How is the metal detector balanced?
Does multiscan technology work with high-salt, high-moisture products that have “product effect”?
What is the “best” frequency to use for catching metal contaminants?
Do more frequencies mean more false rejects?
What is the easiest metal to detect?
Can multiscan technology reduce the escape rate?
What environmental factors can interfere with finding metal contaminants?
Multiscan technology overcomes many of the challenges in finding metal contaminants in packaged foods and can dramatically increase the probability of detection and lower the chance of an escape to almost zero. Learn how it works, and then get your questions answered.