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Partnership boosts sorting technology experts’ quality mission

Eclipse Magnetics has become the official UK sales representative for contamination detection and materials sorting technology provider Sesotec.

In addition to its own magnetic separation and detection systems, Eclipse Magnetics is now able to offer customers Sesotec’s ‘impressive’ range of metal detection, X-ray detection and magnet systems.

‘This partnership is a fantastic step forward for us and we look forward to a successful on-going relationship with Sesotec,’ says Eclipse Magnetics’ general sales manager Martyn Cotterill.

Headquartered in Germany, Sesotec has a global footprint which includes subsidiaries in Singapore, China, the US, Italy, India, Canada and Thailand as well as more than 60 partners in all of the key markets around the world. In the UK, Eclipse Magnetics has now been added to the line-up.

Purity matters

The Sesotec Intuity metal detector for conveyor applications, claimed to deliver ‘the highest levels’ of product quality, is now available through Eclipse Magnetics: ‘Its set up and operation ensures minimal training requirements, facilitating ease of use for operators and time-saving operation’. The Intuity also gives full compliance with major food safety standards and is audit ready, the company stresses.

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