Mettler Toledo will display four improvements to its popular Gravity Flow Metal Detectors at Pack Expo 2019 in Las Vegas
Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection, a global market leader in product inspection technology, will present a comprehensive range of inspection solutions at Pack Expo 2019 in Las Vegas, NV, September 23 to 25. Systems for providing thorough and reliable inspection of food, beverage, pharmaceuticals and other products – both bulk and packaged – will be exhibited in booth C2023. Mettler Toledo specialists will be available to thoroughly explain the systems’ technology and answer questions about attendees’ specific inspection needs.
One focus in the booth will be Mettler Toledo’s metal detectors for vertical gravity flow applications, each incorporating four improvements that increase the productivity, quality and worker safety of the unit. The four new improvements are the RT (Reduced Test) Mode; the ATS (Automatic Test System; e-DriveÔ technology to increase the detection of smaller and spherical contaminants; and Emulation, which enables the remote monitoring of detector performance using hand-held wireless devices.
Also this year Mettler Toledo will showcase an important new feature on its metal detectors that only visitors to the booth will be able to see. The company’s popular Profile Advantage, rated to IP69K, will be inspecting frozen bread as it thaws, a challenge for traditional metal detectors that often produces multiple false rejects. Among all of the inspection technologies, METTLER TOLEDO will showcase its custom material handling designs and a variety of reject mechanisms will be shown, including stop alarm, side diverter, pusher, air blast, retracting band, and lift flap.
The numerous exhibited systems in the booth will focus on critical areas such as food safety, brand protection and food and pharmaceutical industry regulatory compliance. They will also demonstrate the equipment’s ability to enhance productivity and increase operator efficiency to improve OEE in addition to protecting product quality and brand image. These systems detect physical contaminants, as well as ensuring accurate package weights, complete contents and correct labelling. On display will be systems demonstrating the five areas of product inspection technology–checkweighing, metal detection, X-ray, vision inspection, and Track & Trace with serialization and aggregation solutions. Also on display will be the Mettler Toledo ProdX data collection and management software that can be linked to all systems and monitored on a single PC onsite or remotely.
For more information visit www.mt.com/pi.