A Day in the life of MDS Sales and Marketing Director

MDS are the UK distributors for CEIA Metal Detectors focusing on Food, Pharma and Textiles. CEIA are world leaders in metal detection and attend events world-wide. MDS attend many of these events as the UK CEIA distributor, this enables potential clients as well as those we currently work with to meet with the right person. Next week CEIA will be …

Metal Detection for the Pharma Industry

The importance of Metal Detection for the Pharma Industry

With the increasingly global nature of the pharmaceutical industry and the international scale of most of today’s pharmaceutical companies, pharmaceutical production facilities follow both EU and US manufacturing legislation. Under the title of GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) or CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) these regulations cover food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical products. The CGMP for drugs contain the minimum requirements for …

Top Tips – How to test for contaminated conveyor belt

Metal Detector belts ideally need to be replaced annually, the belt itself acts as an inspection platform for the product and is itself effectively continually checked for metal as it passes through the metal detector. It can often be very difficult to determine whether a conveyor belt is contaminated without using the check facility. By accessing the configuration menu and …

Foodex 2018 Day 2

Yesterday was a great day at #FoodEx, we had loads of demos through the day showing the different options for rejections. Today is our final day at the show so make sure you come over to Stand M260 and see what we can do.

Foodex 2018 Day 1

It’s all going great at @Foodex , here’s a short video of day 1

training for metal detection

Day in the life of an MDS Trainer

MDS offer training packages which meet the M&S and Tesco Codes of Practice, these are usually done on site and are suitable for Tier C (QA and Supervisor level) or Tier D (Engineer level). MDS can offer packages as well as bespoke pay by the hour training. Rob is training today, he has many years of experience in the metal …

metal detection training

What to Expect from a Training Day with MDS

When supplying to food retailers all manufacturers need to meet certain criteria, there are a number of Codes of Practice that have to be met. The most common are; BRC, Tesco and Marks and Spencer. If a manufacturer doesn’t comply with these rules the product cannot be sold through them as it can cause risks to the customer. CEIA metal …

Foodex 2018 – What will you see on the MDS stand?

FoodEx is the UK’s premier trade event for the food and drink processing, packaging and logistics industries. Alongside numerous other exhibitors, MDS will be there, showcasing a number of metal detectors which will help retailers meet codes of practice and improve their consumer trust. Below is a list of the metal detectors we will have on the stand for you …

David is Helping Give Some Easter Cheer

Each Easter numerous children have to spend the weekend in the hospital. In a valiant effort to try and make this easier for the children, Ian Wilkinson and Robert Snowdon of Snowdon Wilkinson, an estate agent from Cheadle Hulme, Manchester, are running an Easter Egg collection for the children on the Tree House Ward at the Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport. …

MS21 Multispectrum Metal Detection Technology

10 Reasons why you should be using an MS21

It can use multiple frequencies simultaneously, compared to conventional detectors which only use one frequency at a time. Has the ability to detect half the test sample size of a conventional frequency metal detector. It comes with automatic learning and tracking of product effect as standard. A high contrast graphical LED display. Quick access key for fast programming of user …