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DETECTION TOOLS: HAND-HELD UNIT FINDS METAL FLECKS


February 1, 2001
By Pulp & Paper Canada

MISSISSAUGA, ON — Eriez of Canada Ltd.’s hand-held metal detector is built to locate the exact position of small pieces of unwanted ferrous materials, which could pose problems to all types of machin…

MISSISSAUGA, ON — Eriez of Canada Ltd.’s hand-held metal detector is built to locate the exact position of small pieces of unwanted ferrous materials, which could pose problems to all types of machinery and rotating equipment. When it does so, the unit can activate audio and visual alarms. The model HH-10 detector is suited for any place that in-line detectors are usually installed. It operates much in the same manner as an in-line detector, pinpointing metal bits as small as one millimetre. Its plug-in-and-go design ensures consistent voltages and best possible sensitivities, the company said, “unlike battery-operated units, which lose sensitivity over time.”

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