sesotec: High-performance metal separator RAPID PRO-SENSE for free-fall applications

The RAPID PRO-SENSE metal separator is used for the inspection of bulk materials in free-fall conveyor pipes. It detects and separates all magnetic and non-magnetic metal contaminations (especially also stainless steel, aluminium, non-ferrous metals, …) — even if such contaminations are enclosed in the product. The reject unit reliably separates metal contaminations from the conveyed material flow. The RAPID PRO-SENSE metal separator predominantly is used for the quality inspection of bulk materials in plastics and compound production.

■ Highest scanning sensitivity for all metals due to innovative HRF
technology (High Resolution Frequency)
■ Modular system design for optimal adaptation to customer- and
material-specific requirements
■ Auto-learn function or manual product effect compensation for
optimal compensation of the intrinsic conductivity of the material
to be inspected
■ Cleaning and auto-clean systems available as an option
■ Low mounting height even with large nominal widths guarantees
easy integration of the metal separator in existing pipe systems
■ Quick and easy installation due to Jacob standard connections
■ Increased interference immunity to electrosmog and vibration
■ Outstanding ease of operation with GENIUS+ Control Unit with
LCD graphic display
■ Product-contacting metal components completely made of
stainless steel 1.4301 (AISI 304).
(This video was uploaded at YouTube on September 17, 2015)


At the K 2016 Sesotec presents latest developments and proven solutions for contaminant detection and for the first time also demonstrates the possibilities of “Industrie 4.0” in product inspection for the plastics industry!


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