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Lock to unveil two metal detection systems at PPMA

September 18
11:48 2012

Lock Inspection is to launch two metal detection systems to help pharmaceutical manufacturers achieve greater product integrity throughout the entire production process

The company’s new Insight PH Gravity Fall metal detection system, aims to empower pharmaceutical manufacturers seeking to achieve greater product integrity during the production process.

This new in-process system inspects raw materials in powder or granular form for contaminants at a flow rate of up to 3,000kg per hour prior to the tableting process.

The second new offering is Lock’s BottleChek metal detection system, which, with its value-added software for quick product set-ups and a higher level of traceability, provides customers with a unique competitive edge.

The new system, which inspects bottles of tablets and capsules at the end of the packaging line for unwanted metallic particles, is the only system on the market to incorporate Lock’s unique OPTIX detector management software and signature Direct Digital Signal vector image display, which aids quick automated product set-ups and achieves a high level of product accountability and traceability giving customers a unique competitive edge in the marketplace.

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