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Eriez' Metalarm Detector is ideal for textile industries
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May '09
Eriez' Metalarm series of metal detectors are designed for the protection of downstream equipment from damaging tramp metal. These versatile and reliable metal detectors are ideal for the aggregates, coal, wood, plastic and textile industries. Metalarm detectors have the unique advantage of fitting easily to virtually any conveyor, belt or vibratory.

Metalarm detectors employ pulse induction technology and utilize a single printed circuit board for maximum dependability and easy access for servicing. All Metalarm units are CE certified and have a high level of immunity to radiated signals, which typically result in false tripping of traditional metal detectors.

Eriez Metalarm units feature an advanced high density polyethylene encased coil system. All Metalarm search coils are fully screened to reduce unwanted emissions. These detectors' sensitivity levels can be set to meet application specific requirements. Plug-in connectors allow simple installation and maintenance of Metalarm units.

Several models are available to solve practically any metal detection problem. All Metalarm Metal Detectors are custom designed and manufactured to suit customers' requirements. Eriez' Metalarms can also be equipped with accessories such as audible or visual alarms and metal location markers.

Eriez is recognized as world authority in advanced technology for magnetic, vibratory and inspection applications. The company's magnetic lift and separation, metal detection, x-ray, materials feeding, screening, conveying and controlling equipment have application in the process, metalworking, packaging, recycling, mining, aggregate and textile industries.

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