Loma introduces a number of innovative upgrades to its flagship IQ3+ metal detector to ensure it continues to offer unsurpassed levels of detection performance, whilst keeping compliant with the latest inspection Codes of Practice set by key industry standards.
The Loma IQ3 metal detector has been upgraded with the addition of a Global Dual Line display panel, providing additional flexibility and functionality of the controls, while ensuring the machine is even easier to use and set up.
Loma Systems’ IQ+ Pharma metal detection system for inspection of pills and tablets is constructed of a hygenic, easily-cleaned inspection environment: all contact points are made from high-grade plastic and mirrored stainless steel to provide easy cleaning and prevention of cross contamination.
Loma Systems introduced its LCW Series checkweigher, the first in the launch of a new line of checkweighers designed for simplicity and low cost. Machine is designed to operate in demanding, multi-shift production environments typically found in North and South American food and contract packaging facilities.
Loma Systems offers improved accuracy and speed on its AS checkweigher line through the FIT (Fast Intelligent Transducer) load cell. Specifically designed for dynamic weighing applications due to its high torsion and bending stiffness.
Loma Systems launches the AS1200C checkweigher to cost-effectively address weight-control applications. Checkweigher is suited for customers who couldn’t previously economically justify the addition of a checkweigher.
From Loma Systems, a non-destructive temperature measurement system for chilled food applications is a new-generation Celsius unit that relies on microwave thermometry to measure the thermal radiation wavelengths emitted by an object. Celsius is accurate to within ± 0.2° and measures the average equilibrium temperature of the product, rather than the surface or center, without physically disturbing the food item or its packaging material.
The IQ2 metal detector from Loma Systems (Carol Stream, IL) has been engineered to offer greater reliability with fewer components. Due to software advances, 1 chip performs functions that formerly required 7.
New, high-speed processing software is incorporated into Loma’s (Carol Stream, IL) IQ2 metal detector. The software generates higher levels of sensitivity to metal contamination while eliminating outside interference, such as RF, vibration and voltage spikes.
The Axis inspection system from Loma (Carol Stream, IL) detects metal, glass, stone, bone, plastic, rubber, ceramic and other dense contaminants in packages without being affected by aluminum or metallized packaging materials.
Loma (Carol Stream, IL) has added to its range of checkweighers with its AS1200 unit. Designed for use in weighing packs of dry foods such as cereals, sugar and spices, the unit weighs 187 packs/min with accuracy of ±0.2 g.
Loma Intl. (Carol Stream, IL) has introduced the IQ FreeFall metal detector to provide metal detection for gravity-fed bulk materials such as foods, cereals, flour, sugar and other bulk powder food products.
Loma IQ metal detectors offer a 25% increase in sensitivity, says manufacturer Loma Intl. (Carol Stream, IL). These detectors incorporate a range of features as standard, including a contamination log, performance validation system and IQ sensitivity control.