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Heat and Control, Inc: Economical, high-performance weighers from Ishida

 For dry, fresh, and frozen product applications, Heat and Control offers a variety of affordable Ishida multihead weighers and technical support services.
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Heat and Control, Inc: Economical, high-performance weighers from IshidaHeat and Control, Inc: Economical, high-performance weighers from Ishida

Ishida RS-series weighers deliver Ishida’s unbeatable speed, accuracy and reliability.  10, 14 and 16 head models are available in sanitary washdown or dust-proof construction. Features include corrosion-resistant stainless steel weigh/drive units, digital filtering to maintain consistent high-speed accuracy, and an easy-to-use color touchscreen remote control with 200 product presets for quick changeovers. Weighing speeds range up to 180 per minute.

Ishida’s lowest priced SE-series weighers are a sensible alternative to entry-level or used weighers. Choose 10 or 14 head models, or a 20 head double-dischage weigher capable of up to 110 weighments/minute. Color touch screen remote controls include 50 product presets. Stainless steel product contact parts are easily removed by hand from the open-ended main body for quick cleaning.

Unlike used and cheaply manufactured weighers in the same price range, SE and RS models use Ishida’s exclusive double-beam load cells for unmatched weighing accuracy. Heat and Control provides extensive technical support services including service, spare parts, repair, and operator training throughout North, Central and South America.

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