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CombiScale Inc: CombiScale

The Combi Scale. This model is available in 8, 10, 12 and 14 head configuration. Designed for highspeed applications, this scale is easy to operate with its touch screen controls and user friendliness.
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Weigh and fill over 100 cycles per minute and be accurate to the gram.

Key Features: Stainless steel constructiontotal digital control logic tool-less disassembly for quick wash out de-contamination and servicing. Microprocessor operating store recipes in memory interface with any type of packaging machine and much more....

Application

· Dry & processed foods and fresh foods.

· Snack foods seeds candies nuts coffee beans tea cheeses hardware pharmaceuticals.

Features

· Digital sensors

· Wash down (garden hose)

· Dimpled contact parts overweight reject mechanism and timing hopper available

· Color touch screen controls

· Compressed air not required

Specifications

Model 8 head 10 head 12 head 14 head

Weighing range 7g to 600g 7g to 1kg 7g to 3kg 7g to 3kg

Weighing accuracy (+/-) 0.3 to 1g 0.3 to 1g 0.3 to 1g 0.3 to 1g

Speed - cycles per minute up to 60 up to 70 up to 100 up to 120

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