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The Multi-Spectrum Advantage for the Food Industry

CEIA THS Multi-spectrum Metal Detection

Take advantage of the world’s only multi-spectrum metal detection technology and neutralize product effect for all types of metal contaminants - both magnetic, and non-magnetic.

Food safety and quality control


Deliver unparalleled inspection with extremely high detection sensitivity for metals - whether ferrous, non-ferrous, or stainless steel - for all manner of food products, anywhere along the line.

Protect your consumer and your equipment with industry leading metal contaminant detection technology. Efficient detection of foreign objects is critical to consumer safety and brand survival and will also protect machinery and prevent downtime.

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CEIA Metal Detector Inspecting Vegetables Tray

About CEIA


Since 1968, quality control is at the core of CEIA development of the most advanced electronic and mechanical technologies for detection of contaminants accidentally present in a broad range of food and consumer products. The extreme level of sensitivity, immunity to interference, and quick response support today’s high-quality control standards.

TYPES OF METAL DETECTION
  • Industrial metal contaminant detection
  • Fully HACCP and GMP compliant
  • ISO 9001 certified and constructed of EC and FDA approved materials
  • Metal detector heads
  • Conveyor inspection systems
  • Metal detector for free-falling product applications
  • Free-fall integrated systems
  • Pipeline integrated systems 
  • Systems for tablets and capsules

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