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S+S Inspection

24 Park Gate Business Park
Chandlers Way
SO31 1FQ
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01489 553740
Fax : 01489 575471
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Most recent articles relating to S+S Inspection;

Metal detectors keep veg moving safely

Processing up to 9 tonnes of fresh veg for the retail and catering sectors every day, seven days a week, demands the highest level of hygiene and safety. FULL STORY...

S+S Inspection launches X-ray inspection system for bulk materials

Many industries use metal detection at various points in production and almost invariably at end of line. However, it makes good sense to remove any contamination as early as possible, ideally at goods-in before any value has been addedFULL STORY...

S+S detection system working in Ohio

Metal detector keeps buckeyes safe. “Within two weeks of installing the S+S system”, says CFO David Smith, “it had detected a 3 inch strip of aluminium foil from a peanut butter container and a very small chip of cast iron from a mixer beaterFULL STORY...

Detecting metals in 'free-flowing materials'

Thirty years ago, S+S launched its first metal detection and separation system, called the Rapid 1000. Designed for the plastics industry, it was the first metal detector able to detect all metals in free-flowing materials.FULL STORY...

'X-ray inspection system is versatile, reliable'

End of line inspection and contamination detection has become increasingly difficult for the food industry as metallic packaging, especially for ready meals, is more widely usedFULL STORY...

'Enhanced' image processing

The new Raycon range of X-ray product inspection systems uses a lower power X-ray source but provides 'enhanced' image processing at higher throughput speeds than the previous modelFULL STORY...