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Minebea Intec UK Ltd.

2670 Kings Court,
The Crescent,
Birmingham Business Park,
B37 7YE

Telephone : +44 0121 779 3131
Fax : +44 0121 769 2956
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Most recent articles relating to Minebea Intec UK Ltd.;

The value of support whenever you need it

Food Processing spoke with Colin Maher, sales manager at Minebea Intec, about how and why the company has ramped up its product inspection equipment service offering to provide a 24/7 service. FULL STORY...

X-ray inspection system for bulk goods

Minebea Intec is continuing to expand its foreign body detection product range with the introduction of the new Dymond Bulk X-ray inspection system. FULL STORY...

DIY assembly kit for dynamic checkweighing

Minebea Intec is now offering an intelligent assembly kit for the integration of checkweighing solutions into machines and installations. FULL STORY...

Average Weight Control Seminar: Find out how to increase profit and reduce giveaway

Minebea Intec is hosting a seminar that will bring together a variety of experts to explain the Packaged Goods Regulation for average weight control of pre-packaged goods. FULL STORY...

Making product inspection safer and faster

Food Processing looks at a few interesting features of production inspection solutions which can help to make systems more robust, safer and faster. FULL STORY...

Easy to use solution to detect foreign bodies in raw materials

Dymond Bulk is the most recent addition to Minebea Intec’s X-ray inspection product portfolio. It was developed specifically with bulk goods in mind, and is said to be suitable for processes between incoming goods and packaging lines in the food industry. FULL STORY...

When two beams are better than one

Since Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen discovered ‘invisible rays’ in 1895 X-ray diagnostics became established practice in the medical field. Today X-rays are also helping the food industry to ensure food quality and safety, even in challenging applications. FULL STORY...


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