Did you know that every time your metal detector rejects a contaminant, good product is eliminated as well? How much product goes into the trash depends on your equipment. Certainly, some rejected product is an essential cost of protecting your brand and customers. But the right equipment can significantly minimize the amount of rejected product and thereby reduce the daily costs of keeping your food supply safe.
What do you need to know as you consider metal detection equipment?
What is ‘gate open time’ and how can it be reduced?
How can you determine the value of minimizing gate open time for your product?
What is ‘product effect’ and why is it important for your metal detector to learn your product?
Find answers to these questions and more inside Bunting Magnetics Co.’s latest white paper.