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CombiScale Inc: Multi-head scale

The CS Series of multi-head scales by CombiScale is designed as a low cost solution; its straightforward design and technology are suitable for a variety of applications and budgets.
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All contact parts are completely tool-less: pans, buckets, and chutes are all designed for quick and easy removal and features standard food grade stainless steel construction using 304 S/S for all contact parts. All functions are controlled digitally using a microprocessor and includes memory to store recipes. CS series weighers interface easily with other equipment. CombiScale offers several different models of the CS scale to meet the diverse needs of the market. CS series scales are available with 8, 10, and 14 heads for weight ranges up to 3,000 grams (6.6 lbs.), 3,200 grams (7 lbs.), and 5,000 grams (11 lbs.) with maximum speed ranging from 60 to 120 cpm. Features of the CS Series of scales include quick-clamp weigh buckets, motorized door openers, double stage buckets, microprocessor control, and center discharge chute.
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