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Recently added to some retailer specifications the requirement for a 'Best Sensitivity' Check (also known as a BSR) may be requested for your site. Although the structure of the test is nothing new to industry the requirement to have it documented at this level is now necessary for Audit purposes.
This will entail each and every product being set and tested for optimum performance on the customers’ existing Metal Detection Equipment. All limiting factors for sensitivity are detailed and recommendations are put forward to further improve results where possible. Metal Detection Search Heads are extremely sensitive in order to be able to detect the levels commonly seen in today's standards. As a result of this they are susceptible to many influences both internal and external. Limiting factors are detailed in the Best Sensitivity exercise and highlight many areas including, but not limiting to, product effects, application restrictions, environmental influences, search head design limitations and operational errors.
Our Engineers will require access to each and every product on the production lines for the duration of testing.
By conducting a best sensitivity on your metal detector, it can help your production with the following:By conducting a best sensitivity on your metal detector, it can help your production with the following:
Ever since Best Sensitivity checks were introduced, SNB have been supporting their customers by conducting BSR’s on sites. Our engineers are trained to test for the optimum performance on metal detector brands such as:
In order to conduct a Best Sensitivity on your site, our engineer will need access to:
After our engineer has been to site, the results from the report will be typed up and sent across for you to keep on file. The report includes the original products set up and (if improved) the optimum product set up. The optimum set up section will detail the metal detectors new properties such as:
The report can be used for auditing purposes and to help employees to understand the limitations of your specific metal detectors. <2>Differences Between a BSR & Calibration
Booking a BSR couldn’t be easier. You can contact SNB Electronic Services on 01977689555 or email it our office on firstname.lastname@example.org