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Parsons-Eagle: Linear scale

See it at PACK EXPO, Booth #S-2001! A reliable, heavy-duty scale system for weighing free-flowing and semi-free flowing products such as sugar, ground meal, seeds, and more, the Parsons-Eagle Duplex E-Series HS Linear Scale is suited for large pre-made bag-, case-, and drum-filling of product from 10 lbs up to 110 lbs, and can be configured for semi-automatic applications or fully integrated high-speed production lines.
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Strain gauge load cells with optional full load calibration weights automatically ensure correct weight sensing and control in a variety of production environments and conditions. The pneumatically actuated buckets can be supplied in different sizes to maximize product flow and weighing accuracy.

The HS Series servo-driven feed chute and product feeding systems can be precisely configured to specific product flow requirements and can include vibratory or gravity feed on the main and/or dribble discharges. Linear actuated flow plates are also available for precise feeding of product and repeatable electronic adjustments. The user-friendly color touchscreen terminal provides intuitive set-up, data monitoring, and diagnostic capabilities.

The scale is designed for clean and sanitary operation in dry, wipe-down packaging environments. All product contact surfaces are made from heavy-gauge stainless steel with smooth welded seams and generously radiused corners.

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