Friday, June 14, 2024

LOMA SYSTEMS® introduces virtually unbreakable test sticks to global markets

Loma Systems, a global leader in inspection technologies for food quality and safety, has recently launched its latest innovation – LOMA® test sticks. Designed in response to customer requests, the sticks offer unparalleled reliability for performance testing of metal detectors and X-ray machines.

Hard-wearing and practically unbreakable, the Loma test sticks are built to withstand even the most demanding testing environments. Intelligently designed with a shaped end allowing for easy insertion into various products, easily pushing into a product or placing into small containers like jars or bottles, their rugged construction ensures remarkable durability.

The sticks are colour-coded for effortless identification and come in a range of contaminants to cater to diverse industry needs, including ferrous and non-ferrous metals, stainless steel and aluminium. Each test stick is marked with essential information, such as ball material, ball size, ball batch number, and Loma part number, thereby ensuring traceability and compliance.

Furthermore, to guarantee transparency and uphold quality assurance, all test sticks are accompanied by a free certificate of conformity. And lastly, for added peace of mind, the test sticks bear the EU symbol, signifying that the materials used are safe for food contact.

Loma’s Designed to Survive® test sticks can be purchased directly from Loma’s online stores in the UK ( and Germany ( The online stores also sell a complete range of test pieces to suit different applications. Additionally, Loma’s service teams worldwide can assist with any inquiries or orders for test pieces, inspection accessories or equipment.

Visit Loma Systems ( for more information about its range of inspection solutions.

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