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Pre-audit site surveys for foreign body removal equipment

03 March 2018

Meet HACCP guidelines with Eclipse Magnetics’ annual assessments on magnetic separators and metal detectors. 

Eclipse Magnetics offers dedicated site magnetic equipment inspection and validation service to provide the necessary information to comply with external BRC or customer audit requirements. Site inspection services include the visual inspection of magnetic equipment, magnetic performance testing (by Gauss meter), an appraisal of installations and applications, issue of test certification and an assessment report including recommendations.

In line with HACCP procedures it is vital that critical Foreign Body Removal equipment such as magnetic separators and metal detectors are assessed annually. The performance of magnetic equipment can vary depending on the age, design, product type or operating conditions. It is, therefore, important to have annual performance tests to maintain high levels of protection. Eclipse Magnetics is SafeContractor accredited and provides a dedicated service team provide a comprehensive assessment and certification for audit requirements by a qualified engineer. In addition, if you take out one of its equipment service contracts, Eclipse Magnetics will plan your service schedule and contact you when the equipment service is due and arrange a time to visit.

To arrange a site survey from Eclipse Magnetics, or to simply find out more please contact us:

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