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Mettler-Toledo Hi-Speed, Inc: Rugged, heavy-duty construction-Beltweigh/MM

Features & BenefitsHi-Speed Checkweigher's Cornerstone Series, Model Beltweigh/MM is designed to provide superior weighing accuracy, functionality, and dependability for single-line packaging applications.
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The Beltweigh/MM is powered by high-performance servo motors that minimize vibration and improve weighing accuracy. It includes DSP Hi-Speed's patented advanced noise-filtering system which further enhances accuracy especially in high-throughput applications. Its solid heavy-duty construction provides a rugged stable foundation for precise consistent checkweighing and is well suited for operation 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

The operator interface consists of a membrane keypad and LCD which facilitate easy product set-up. A large character display is dedicated for weights. The Beltweigh/MM has password-protected programming for up to 25 products. Programmed speeds are stored with individual product setups for fast and easy product changeover. The Beltweigh/MM allows for both PLC and PC connectivity. Hi-Speed Cornerstone checkweighers are backed by the most comprehensive warranty in the industry.

The Beltweigh/MM is a three-conveyor checkweigher that is designed to weigh classify and reject uniformly timed packages in a single mainframe. The system consists of an infeed conveyor a weigh conveyor and a discharge conveyor with machine-mounted reject device. The infeed conveyor is designed to accelerate products to provide the proper spacing for weighing. The weigh conveyor weighs and classifies the product into a customer-defined weight zone and transfers the product to the discharge conveyor. A machine-mounted reject device located at the discharge conveyor will remove off-weight packages allowing only acceptable-weight packages to continue downstream.

All of the conveyors are standard with variable speed operation allowing a wide range of package sizes to be accomodated on the same system.

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