PPMA 2017 – 26th to 28th September at the NEC Birmingham

The UK’s unmissable trade event for processing and packaging machinery.

CEIA – MDS Stand D14 Hall 5

This year’s PPMA sees Metal Detection Services (MDS) showing a range of new and innovative metal detection systems from CEIA.

For the first time in the UK, MDS will demonstrate the CEIA FBR conveyor designed specifically for jar and bottle lines. The FBR incorporates a conveyor belt, metal detector and rejection system and is fully HACCP and retailer failsafe compliant.

It can detect and eject magnetic, non-magnetic and stainless steel contaminants and has automatic learning and tracking of the product effect for different end products.

Also on display will be a dual head metal detector demonstrating the market leading MS21 system as well as the MN Ferrous in foil unit specifically designed for use with packaged goods which include a foil element.

As part of the company’s efforts to ensure their equipment is up-to-date with the latest BRC and Retail Codes of Practice, MDS will demonstrate a fully compliant, working MS21 system and highlight the full failsafe menu available with the CEIA control system.

For the Pharmaceutical industry, MDS will be showing their Tablex system that integrates into tablet presses with both detection and rejection of contaminants.

MDS will also be displaying the specially designed single sided metal detector. The system is designed for the textile, food packaging and any woven application. This ultra-low profile unit is ideal for simple integration on production lines for flat sheet material.

CEIA now have thousands of systems installed across the UK and MDS are looking forward to many more in the future.

The MDS team will be available to offer advice on any application or detection problem you would like to solve, so please call in. They would also like to invite any existing customers who are visiting the show to stop by for an update on what is new at MDS and CEIA.

Please visit us on stand D14.

Tue, 26 September: 9.30 – 5.00pm
Wed, 27 September: 9.30 – 5.00pm
Thu, 28 September: 9.30 – 4.00pm