ABOUT

X-ray Machines & Metal Detectors For Food

HACCP System for Food Safety Management

About Us

The story of AutoMS – Automation Science Solutions was founded in 2015 when the director M.Kirk saw an opportunity to improve product
support and bring in the latest technology without having to spend all of your budget on upgrading or implementing CCP’s. “technology is
improving all the time, do you have local support to back you up? If No give us a call, we have experience with all brands of metal detectors,
checkweighers and x ray machines.

AutoMS has found that many suppliers do not have the resources to provide customers with exceptional support. CCP’s are probably the most
important part of any FMCG company for many reasons.

Product Protection

You want to ensure that your product is safe for the consumer to eat.

Brand Protection

With social media at our fingertips any slip up could result in millions of rands lost in revenue.

Process protection

In any largely automated production plant you stand the risk of fatigue on internal components that might break off into your product, if this happens you want to ensure you have the necessary measures to find the contaminant and get rid of it before it can cause further damage.

What is Equipment Calibration?

Calibration of equipment needs to be carried out on a regular basis. This is because instruments tend to deviate owing to hard operating conditions, mechanical shocks or exposure to extreme temperature or pressure. Frequency of calibration would depend on the tolerance level. When the objective of the measurement is critical, calibration would need to be carried out more frequently and with great accuracy. To ensure accuracy in instrument calibration, it is vital to ensure that each component of the measuring instrument is conforming to its specified standard. Regular equipment calibration carried out in a set format helps you obtain valid data and operate in a safe working environment.

What is Equipment Validation?

Equipment validation comprehensively establishes, in a documented way that the instrument is working accurately. A validation process offers evidence that the components critically contributing to accurate functioning of the equipment consistently meet the predefined specifications and operational attributes. The process involves keenly identifying and quantifying each constituting element that has a bearing upon the result produced during analytical measurements. Validation is a commercial grade assurance that internal malfunctioning of the equipment will not adversely impact the result’s quality.