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The scope of application of treasure detector


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2021-07-24

In terms of cost, treasure detectors are more valuable for early detection of pollutants, because only low-cost ingredients are wasted, rather than packaged finished products. The ideal installation location for metal detection systems varies by product and industry, and varies from factory to factory. For most manufacturers, limited space is often a problem if the metal detector is installed in a relatively forward flow in the production line.

In terms of cost, treasure detectors are more valuable for early detection of pollutants, because only low-cost ingredients are wasted, rather than packaged finished products. The ideal installation location for metal detection systems varies by product and industry, and varies from factory to factory. For most manufacturers, limited space is often a problem if the metal detector is installed in a relatively forward flow in the production line.

Most manufacturers can configure the system according to the customer's space requirements. Liquid products, such as soup or pie filling, can be detected online through the pipeline detector, and the pipeline connected to the processing equipment will carry the product through the detector. The treasure finder manufacturer should be able to provide accessories to connect the equipment to any processing equipment. The type of pipe required depends on the temperature, flow rate and viscosity of the product, but is made of non-metallic materials.

 General metal detectors cannot fully monitor the entire production process of fluid products, such as ham sauce, chewing gum, oral liquid, etc., to remove metal impurities online in real time to ensure the safe delivery of products to the next process. Under normal circumstances, these products are encapsulated in metal, after becoming a finished product, it is generally impossible to detect with a treasure detector. In addition, checking the manners or viscous items before canning or packaging can effectively improve the inspection accuracy.

Although they are all metal substances, there are differences in the detection of different types of metals by treasure detectors, and some metals are not easy to detect. For example, conductive and magnetic metals, iron, chromium steel, carbon steel, and tungsten carbide are easy to detect metals because they have a significant impact on the magnetic field of the treasure detector. The same is true for other low-resistance non-ferrous metals, such as copper, aluminum, lead, brass, bronze, etc. Although they are not magnetic, they are conductors and are more easily detected by treasure detectors.

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