Scales/weighers

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WeighPack: Multi-head weigher for blending and mixing applications

Designed for blending frozen foods, vegetables, fruits, confections, snack foods, ingredients, hardware, and more, the 24 Head PrimoCombi combination scale from WeighPack automatically weighs, mixes, and dispenses 2, 3, and 4 products at a time.
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Multipond: Multihead weighers with hygienic design

Multipond’s new J-Generation multi-head weighers meet tough hygiene regulations worldwide: the frame, monitor holder, and hopper have been revamped and redeveloped; there are no double surfaces, gaps, dead space, or cavities, making cleaning simple; and no aluminum is used in production.
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Mettler Toledo: Microgram weights

Mettler Toledo announces a new range of microgram weights with nominal values from 0.05 mg to 0.5 mg.
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Mettler Toledo: Weighing terminals

Designed for general purpose transaction weighing, the IND231 and IND236 weighing terminals from Mettler Toledo provide a cost-effective, operator-friendly solution that comes standard with several application programs ranging from basic weighing to over/under checkweighing, basic counting, and even animal weighing.
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Sartorius: Platform scales weigh up to 300kg

Two new models in Sartorius’ Industry Supreme platform scale range, the ISBBS and ISDCS, are built entirely from stainless steel and are designed specifically to integrate into process scenarios with the strictest hygiene regimens.
Feature Article
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Best practices when implementing weigh/filling equipment

Weighing can be the most important operation in food processing, and the one with the highest ROI within your plant.
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Powerful linear scales

Dura-Pack's family of net linear scales uses a new B&R automation platform that retains the functionalities of a high end control system with the economies of a micro PLC.
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Dura-Pack scales deliver uncompromising value

Dura-Pack’s family of net linear scales uses a new B&R automation platform that retains the functionalities of a high end control system with the economies of a micro PLC -- while simplifying operation, adding remote connectivity and diagnostics, and replacing pneumatics with precise stepper/servo control.
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Combination scale offers multiple discharge options
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Combination scale offers multiple discharge options

Inside and outside chutes permit this Yamato combination scale to perform a three-point discharge, and the design of its collector buckets lets it do a six-point discharge if desired.
A front-row seat to Ishida weigher applications, in high-def video
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A front-row seat to Ishida weigher applications, in high-def video

Ishida, the pioneer in computer-controlled combination weighing solutions, tackles a multitude of applications including candy, snacks, fresh-and-sticky meats, IQF veggies, cereals, wet salads, snack foods, pasta, nuts/seeds, tobacco, IQF meat, cheese and non-foods. Watch this high-resolution video to see them in action! Ishida is part of the Heat and Control family of solutions for processing, product handling, inspection, and packaging.
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