These spring retracting key reels feature stainless steel casing with internal components also made from other metals. This product is manufactured specifically for environments where “due diligence” must be shown in the prevention of foreign body product contamination. 60cm or 110cm Stainless Steel key reels are available.
60cm sainless steel key reel – The cord has a pulling strength of 120g and is manufactured from 1mm stainless steel, with a 60cm length. The 60cm key reel is supplied with a split ring attached.
110cm heavy duty stainless steel key reels – The cord has a pulling strength of 200g and is manufactured from 1mm stainless steel, with a 110cm length. The 110cm heavy duty key reel is supplied with a belt clip attached.
- Detectable by conventional metal detection & x-ray inspection systems
- Displays all due diligence in preventing foreign body contamination
- Can be used to form part of HACCP and BRC procedures
- Ideal for keeping tools and other items both handy and secure
A metal detectable product is made fully from detectable materials and has the potential to be detected on most industrial metal detection systems. These materials may be metallic or plastic/rubber with special ferromagnetic additives.
The whole outer of the Stainless Steel Key Reel is manufactured from stainless steel with internal components
manufactured from other metals. Subject to correct calibration of metal detection / x-ray inspection systems, this
product should be fully metal detectable and x-ray visible. Detectability performance will vary based on, but not
limited to the following factors:
• Detector Calibration Levels
• Food Product Type (E.g. Wet, Dry, Frozen, Liquid)
• Aperture Dimensions
• Contaminant Orientation
For this reason we recommend that all our products be thoroughly tested on your metal detection systems by a
trained and certified professional. It may be the case that your equipment needs to be recalibrated in order to reliably
detect this product and its fragments. Such a professional should be available by contacting the manufacturer of your
metal detection system.