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Heat and Control: Weigh-blending system reduces giveaway of product mixes

Designed to create trail mixes, snack blends, and combinations of cereals, frozen vegetables, meats, pasta, and other product mixes, Heat and Control’s weigh-blending system blends and precisely weighs up to eight product ingredients simultaneously, and helps reduce giveaway of product mixes.

Designed for individual company’s specific requirements, a system can include FastBack horizontal motion product feed conveyors, an Ishida multihead weigher, CEIA metal detector, Ishida checkweigher, an Ishida X-ray inspection system, and a complete support platform for all components.

Available with up to 32 weighing heads and 4 discharge outlets in dry or washdown construction, the Ishida weigher can interface with any packaging machine.  FastBack conveyors reduce product damage and the loss of seasonings and coatings, and maintain the integrity of product blends.  CEIA MS21 metal detectors help eliminate false rejects with no reduction of sensitivity.  Ishida X-ray systems detect plastic, rocks, metal, glass, and missing or damaged product. 

Ishida DACS-G checkweighers inspect two weight ranges and are available with different weight sensors to fit your application.Heat and Control support platforms for dry or washdown applications feature washracks for weigher hoppers, conveyor pedestals to simplify cleaning, integrated lighting, and single point utility connections. 


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