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WITT’S SOLUTIONS FOR LEAK DETECTION AND GAS ANALYSIS IN PACKAGING AT FOODEX 2010

WITT’S SOLUTIONS FOR LEAK DETECTION AND GAS ANALYSIS IN PACKAGING AT FOODEX 2010
18/01/2010

WITT will be demonstrating a range of innovative leak detector and gas mixing/analysis products including MAPY 4.0, an ergonomically designed, mains operated, multifunctional, O2 and CO2 gas analyser available with an optional integrated printer.

OXYBABY® 6.0 is handheld gas analyser used to randomly measure either the O2 or O2/CO2 content in the smallest individual food packages, such as salami and cheese slices as well as other food packaging including poultry and salads on packaging lines, in warehouses and for laboratory food packaging analysis,.

LEAK-MASTER® micro-leak detection system uses CO2 detection technology for non destructive testing of individual flexible and rigid food and pharmaceutical products on modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) lines.

A KM gas mixing system for mixing 2 or 3 defined gases such as N2, CO2 and O2 used on flow packaging machines and other continuous packaging processes.

A PA gas analyser with an integrated printer for fast continuous in line analysis of the O2 and CO2 contents in packages requiring only the smallest gas sample to record an analysis. It is able to record the last 100 measurements, assigning measurements to different product names.

Information on PACK-VAC, a leak detection system which requires no trace gases using only water and compressed air to detect leaks will be available. Designed for use with most flexible and rigid packaging used in the food production industry as well as other industrial packaging, it is also portable and available with 6 different size chambers ranging from height 203mm x width 280mm x depth 203mm to height 508mm x width 813mm x depth 660mm.

Information will be available on MAPMAX, a fully automatic inline micro-leak detection system for use on high productivity packaging lines, with non-destructive testing capability and available in a range of chamber sizes with the capability to test single packages, cartons and E2 boxes.

EDITORS: PLEASE NOTE Martin Clark will be away from the office from Tuesday 19th January 2010 until Monday 22nd February 2010. If you have any questions about this release, images or colour separation requests, please contact Carl Long by e-mail quoting the above press release number. Thanks for you help in this matter. His address is carl.long@witt.co.uk

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