Detectors and quality-control inspection machines are absolutely necessary in fields such as the meat, dairy and other similar segments of the food industry. They are designed to thoroughly analyze products and containers, and reject the ones that do not meet the required quality standard. They allow you to determine the chemical makeup of raw ingredients, check for the presence of fungi, impurities, toxins, fecal components, metals, nitrates, etc. They are also used when working with herbs, berries, vegetables, fruits, cereals, milk, meat, tea, coffee, flour, spices, and chocolate. There are also devices intended for detecting defective glass bottles, PET bottles, or beverage cans.

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