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October 10
10:42 2011

HALL 5 Stand No: B59



For the past 30 years, S+S has worked with clients in a wide range of industries developing practical and cost-effective solutions to product inspection, metal detection and contaminant removal problems using innovative and reliable technology.  With many thousands of metal detection and separation systems installed worldwide, S+S is one of the leading manufacturers and the only one with such a wide and flexible product range

Using the extensive technical resources, both at the main facility and in subsidiary companies, S+S engineers can evaluate even the most difficult applications and provide our customers with realistic performance estimates. Whether end of line or in process materials inspection, S+S can provide a definitive and cost effective solution whatever the application problem.

In addition to the main facility in Schönberg, Germany, with over one hundred employees, S+S has subsidiaries and agents in over fifty countries throughout the world.

Stand Contacts

Christopher Perkins

Rachael Payne

More information is available from:-

S+S Inspection Limited

6 Kingdom Close

Kingdom Business Park

Segensworth East


PO15 5TJ


Tel:             01489 553740

Fax:            01489 575471

Email:        info@sesotec.co.uk

WebSite:   www.sesotec.co.uk/


The totally new RAYCON X-ray product inspection system uses the latest low energy X-ray source and sophisticated image processing software to identify metallic and non-metallic contamination. Capable of operating at product rates up to 600 items per minute,  RAYCON has a number of “unique” features when compared with other end of line X-ray inspection systems and S+S expect it to gain wide acceptance in food processing and related markets where product inspection is critical.

The RAYCON inspection system provides a high level of quality assurance by detecting not only metallic contaminants but also a wide range of non-metallic materials including glass, ceramics, stones, rubber, bone and some plastics.  Foil and metallic packaging, such as foil containers used for ready-meals and salt and moisture content of the product do not compromise the inspection process.  The advanced image processing and display enables out of specification product to be easily identified.  Typically incorrect fills, missing or broken items and malformed product can be detected, as well as misshapen packs and flavour clumps.

new GHF search headwith integrated GENIUS+ Control System

The new GHF multi-frequency search head, to be shown mounted on an S+S conveyor system as a full metal detection system, has the well proven GENIUS+ “Touch” control system fully integrated into the detector housing to provide a smooth, modern appearance, which is simple and quick to clean. Particular features of the GHF are its hygienic and solid construction and, very importantly for food applications, the enhanced, high frequency detection capability for stainless steel.


  • Optimised detection performance throughout the detector head
  • Very high stainless steel sensitivity
  • Standard HML multi-frequency technology
  • Compact construction and reduced metal-free zone
  • Sanitary design, extremely durable housing with standard IP 65 protection
  • Password-protected logbook and menu driven set up for HACCP, IFS, BRC validation
  • Application solutions with integral conveyor and rejection system for total safety
  • Optional finishes and 316 stainless steel available

The GHF metal detection system detects all magnetic and non-magnetic metal impurities that are enclosed in the product.  It is used for examining packed and unpacked single-piece materials. The GHF system is available with standard belt widths of up to 500 mm and effective passage heights of up to 250 mm.

A wide range of application specific separating systems (pushers, blow nozzles, swivel arm, etc) are available combined with a lockable collecting vessel.

In addition, to tie in to the co-located show, Interplas, S+S Inspection will be showing two metal detection systems designed specifically for the plastics industry.  These are;


The Protector removes both magnetic and non-magnetic metal contamination from new and recycled granulate and ground feedstock for all types of plastics injection, blow moulding and extrusion machines to minimise machine downtime and give rapid cost recovery.




GF 50/60 – Metal detection for vacuum & pressure feed systems

The GF Series metal separators are mainly used in vacuum or pressure feeding systems in the plastics industry to examine granulated and ground material.  These devices are preferably installed in the conveying pipe in front of the processing machine, the day silo or the dryer.  The GF metal separator can be integrated in horizontal, vertical, or inclined suction and pressure conveyor pipes.


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